Their Last Chance

This blog is dedicated to finding families for kids who are running out of time. Every child listed on here will lose their chance for a forever family within one year.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

DIRE: Kyle - 2/1998 - Update

Kyle is on the shared list (any agency with access to this list can assign him to a family) for China.  He will turn 14 in February.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Danielle's Story

Please scroll down and read about these other kids (especially Kyle) that NEED  families.

Monday, December 19, 2011

DIRE - Kyle 2/1998 - Update

Kyle needs a family to submit LOI for him in the next 7 days or he will lose his chance at a family FOREVER!!!

Here is some more information on Kyle from a family that met him:

He wanted to be adopted by my wife for sure.  He bonded with her during a orphans camp that she volunteered at this last July.  It was in Yantai.  I believe that he could still bond with another family. 
He loves basketball and airplanes.
He has not been in the orphanage all his life.  He was placed there three years ago after his mother's death.  His father died when he was about two.  His surviving family is unable to support him.
He won't talk about his mother's death.  Some of his family believe he may have witnessed it.
He is respectful and mature.
By the way, his only special need is his age.  He is normal in all accounts as far as we know.

Friday, December 16, 2011

DIRE: Jonathan 12/1995

Jonathan has DAYS to find a family.  He turns 16 on 12/31.  If a family has not initiated the process for an I-600 visa for him by that date, he will forever lose his chance at a family.  He needs a family that is married, can travel, and has a homestudy that can be used for immigration approval and is willing to apply for immigration in the next week.  If a family is ready to apply they will work directly with the facilitator who knows him.
Jonathan is apparently a very, very good boy. He has a great sense of humor which has been confirmed by other kids in his class and two children who were recently adopted to U.S. He loves to work on a computer, takes part in virtually all theatrical performances organized at the orphanage, just a great actor, very calm when not on stage, never gets in trouble, loves sports and plays soccer, played basketball and trained in light athletics, studies at good level. Jonathan is respectful to adults and older children. He is obedient and always ready to help. NEEDS A FAMILY to file for immigration ASAP, can adopt later. BEGS translator when he visits if he has found his family yet, desperately wants to be adopted. Can be chatted to on Skype as well as email.

If anyone would like more information about adopting Jonathan, please contact Amy at

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Colton - 12/1998

Colton will be turning 13 this month! Colton is very healthy, tall and athletic boy. He is a very good student, studies hard, and gets excellent grades. He is open and likes sports. He is the older son in his foster family, and he is also able to help take care of the younger children in the family. He told Great Wall staff that sometimes other children make fun of him because he is always nice, but he never argues with them. He understands adoption and wants to have a family of his own. He loves dogs and hopes his family will have one for him to play with.

For more information on Colton, please contact Jessa at Great Wall of China Adoption at jessa (at) gwca (dot) org

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

URGENT: Michelle - 4/1998

Michelle is 13 and she will turn 14 in April! Michelle is active, kind and loving. She likes to dress other children, help the caretaker to distribute candies and learn to sing children's songs and simple dances with other children. In watching TV, she can concentrate on it and can remember some new songs. She has good memory and can sing after learning for a few times. She is a very smart and lovely girl.

For more information on Michelle, please contact Jessa at Great Wall of China Adoption:  jessa (at) gwca (dot) org

Monday, December 12, 2011

URGENT: Lilly - 3/1998

Lilly is 13 and will turn 14 in March! She is a slightly quiet and introverted child. She likes to watch TV at home, also likes to help mom do housework. She can just do addition and subtraction with numerals 1-10, can not do multiplication and division. She can count numerals from 1 to 50 and count to 100 reluctantly with reminding of the adult. Her vocabulary is rich, and she had no difficulty communicating with others. Through her special education class, she has made progress. She can read and write simple Chinese characters, words and sentences, and can also write her own name. Her caregivers hope that through continued studying in the future, she could make more progress in all areas.

For more information on Lilly, please contact Jessa at Great Wall of China Adoption: jessa (at) gwca (dot) org

Friday, December 9, 2011

DIRE: Kyle - 2/1998

Kyle is a sweet and very handsome boy who greatly wants a family of his own.  On admission, he is timid and strained and dare not to speak to other children. He has little words and sometimes even shed tears due to sadness. After a time of caring by the caretakers in the institute, he became more and more outgoing and can speak first to other children with more words. The staff in the institute all likes him. In the teachers’ eyes of the school, he is a compliant and sensible child. On admission, he was 9 years old and is a 3rd year student in school. He listened carefully in classes and is ready to help others. The childhood has not left a shadow on his heart. Time flies, he grows up and became more and more bright and sunny and confident. In the institute, he can get on well with others and is ready to help those in need. The little brothers and sisters like him very much and are dependent on him. In life, he would take care of those younger than him. At the same time, he has good self-care ability and has regular life. He gets up at 5:30, clean up and run on the playground at 6:00, breakfast at 6:00, arrive at school on time at 7:00. Now he is at the second year of junior high school. He makes more friends. He is passionate and knows to care about others. In study, he works hard but he likes Chinese best and is doing averagely in other subjects. After school, he often plays basketball with other children. He likes to travel out with the guidance of teachers. At this time, he would be like a happy bird, twittering all along with the teachers and students. On Sep 1, he would be a student of 3rd year when he will have more tasks. We hope he would have a bright future.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Kolina - 12/2002

While this precious child may not be in danger of legally aging out of international adoption, her time is probably very short for her to find a family.  You see, she is in a situation physically where her life expectancy is most likely very short if she remains in the orphanage.  That is why I chose to highlight Kolina today. 

This sweet little girl is literally deteriorating daily in a crib in Eastern Europe.  On December 16 she will "celebrate" her birthday.  Kolina will be nine years old. Yes, nine! She has Down syndrome. Looking at her pictures, she probably only weighs around 10-12 pounds.  If that.  Clothes cover her clearly skeletal legs, and her pitiful frame is nothing but skin and bones.  Poor little darling.

Time is obviously crucial and she needs to come home as quickly as possible. Poor lovie is living on borrowed time--she is severely malnourished. A home-study-ready family would be ideal, but at this stage, it is not essential.  Anyone wanting more information can contact Shelley at  shele337 (at) yahoo (dot)com
You can see a picture of Kolina here as well as donate towards the cost of her adoption.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

URGENT - Shannon 2/98

Shannon is 13, in the 7th grade, is smart and does well in school. She likes to take walks and jump rope, and she lives in Guangxi. She has mild cerebral palsy (a slight limp and some weakness in one hand). She has been pleading for a family to adopt her, and her orphanage has finally decided to give her a shot, and is rushing to prepare her adoption papers! She needs a committed family to step up NOW to adopt her by Feb 27th! A family with LID can do it!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

URGENT - Marshall - 2/98

This handsome young man is in need of his forever family. He came into care in May 1998 and has lived with two different foster families until 2010 when he was transferred back to an institution. He has club feet and stiff knee joints that make it difficult for him to walk. He has had two surgeries to help correct his club feet and one surgery to help improve the mobility of his knees. He has also been hospitalized in 2005 and 2009 for bone tuberculosis. He is able to walk with crutches or the assistance of others. Due to his difficulty in mobility, he was unable to attend formal school. His foster mother was able to find a tutor for him and he was able to learn addition, subtraction and writing. It is reported that he has some difficulty learning. It is reported that he is very close with his foster mother and still speaks with her on the phone even after being transferred back to the institution. He is in need of a family who is comfortable with his special needs.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Update - Zeke 03/1998

Yesterday Zeke came to my house and I was reminded of what an amazing little guy he is.  He is such a little gentleman, helping to clear the table, serving everyone food, saying Thank You, etc...  He loves to talk and had a lot of catching up to do after our long time away in America--he kept us laughing.  I talked with him about being adopted and what that would mean--leaving his birth country and the only home he's ever known.  He said that he understood that, but still really wanted a family. 
Last week some of the other kids teased him (in front of me but thinking I didn't hear) about how he was running out of time and no one would want him before his next birthday.  He just listened in silence.  He is fully aware that he only has a little time left.  Oh, I pray that someone comes forward soon.  There is still plenty of time, even starting from scratch (if someone moved really quickly).  He will be such a blessing.  
I would also feel confident bringing him in with smaller children.  He would be a wonderful big brother.  He takes good care of my younger girls, making sure they are always with the group, have enough food at the table, etc...  
We played lots of birthday games yesterday and he had a blast--laughing, dancing, etc...  He especially liked learning "The Chicken Dance" and balloon popping relay.  I hated to bring him back last night. This little guy really needs someone to love him and give him the home that he deserves.
For more information on Zeke,  leave a comment with your e-mail address (it won't be published) and I'll provide you with more information.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Girls in Asia

Due to changes in policy from the Asian country in which these children were born, I am not allowed to post details here.  However, there are two girls who will be aging out soon that are available.  One is healthy and the other has a manageable disorder.

Both girls have possible grant money available.

If you would like more information on either of these girls, please leave a comment with your e-mail address.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Zeke - March 1998

I want to tell you about Zeke----a precious 13 year old boy who is aging out in March of next year (2012). Just like Alex, he comes to our house all the time. He has missing ears, but has some hearing. He doesn't wear any aids or use sign language. He goes to normal school. He's had surgery, where they took some rib and skin from his chest to fashion ears so that he looked a little more normal. He is sooooooooooooo wonderful! I've waited to advocate for him because I had hoped to adopt him myself. That hasn't worked out, so please please please--I know his family is out there.
This child will bring so much joy to your life. He is the best friend of my son. His paperwork is in the
process of being sent to Guangzhou because after Alex was adopted the orphanage agreed to try again with Zeke. He wants a family so badly. He loves to draw and my whole house is decorated with his art work. He loves our pug, Sam:) He always insists on helping me in the kitchen (cook, clean, etc...) He keeps me laughing. He's a great kid. I'll send photos, I just wanted to get the word out immediately. His paperwork should be ready any day now.
This child will steal your heart. He constantly asks me, "Am I good? Do you want me?" I've cried many tears over this child. He came to the center when he was 8 years old. Everyone at the center loves him. He is a good child and well behaved. He is constantly teased by the other children because of his ears. He was a good friend of Alex. I would completely trust him around any other younger children.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Corey - 2/1998

Corey lived with a foster family from the day he was found until 2009 when they were not able to care for him any longer. Corey is in the 6th grade and likes Math and English classes. He likes to play badminton and ping pong for fun. Corey is popular among his classmates and is always willing to help others. He is also popular amongst the younger children at the orphanage, and often leads them in playing games. They call him older brother and like him a lot. He is praised by his teachers as a good and sensible child. He is an intelligent child and is well loved at the orphanage and they hope he can have a happy home. Corey is on the shared list, but there is a $5000 grant available through ASIA for him.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Olga - 12/2007

Olga has Cerebral Palsy.  She is gorgeous- long eyelashes, blue eyes, beautiful teeth and smile.  She seemed to have quite limited movement.  She is facing transfer to an institution which does not allow international adoptions.  For mor information on Olga, please visit

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Mary - 12/1998

Mary was abandoned as an infant at a hospital and after the search for her birthparents failed, she was sent to a welfare institute to be raised. In 1999, she underwent surgery for a spinda bifida related tumor on her back and was diagnosed with scoliosis. She underwent further corrective surgeries in 2007 and 2009, which have greatly improved her scoliosis. Her caretakers say she has adapted well to life in the orphanage and considers the other children her brothers and sisters. She is described as a helpful, kind, introverted, shy and cute girl. Mary enjoys cross-stitch, reading books, and is loved by her teachers. Mary has told her caretakers that if she were adopted, she would miss her caregivers and the children she calls her brothers and sisters. She would love to go back and visit them if she ever had the chance. She also desires her own mother and father, a space of her own, and a warm family. Mary has agreed to be adopted by a foreign family and would have the opportunity to know a life of love, growth and happiness. To learn more about this special girl, please contact Heartsent.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Levi - June 1992

Levi is an insightful, friendly young man who makes friends easily. He likes photography, spending time outdoors, and playing football and soccer. Above all, Levi’s favorite pastime is reading. In regular 11th grade classes, he looks forward to attending college and plans on majoring in literature. Levi gets along well with peers and children. He has an aunt and cousins with whom he maintains contact. Levi wants a family who will listen to his ideas and support him as he ventures into the world.
To view Levi's video, follow this link:
Click here to inquire about this child

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Justin - March 1998

I wanted to introduce some of you to Justin .  He only has 4 months to find a family.   He is wonderful with children.  He is postoperative for cerebral palsy, but he is able to walk and play.  He does about 40 minutes of therapy a night to help strengthen his body.
Justin is a detail-oriented child with independent thinking. He likes to take care of children younger than he is. He acts as a big brother in doing it and he is very thoughtful and caring to other children. He is hard-working too. He loves helping with family chores such as bed-making, laundry, and dish washing. He’s very independent in daily life. He keeps his stuff clean and organized.
He has a hearty appetite and eats a large amount of food. He has never been picky in eating. He sleeps well and he has been healthy. He rarely gets sick. He’s not afraid of cold.
He studies hard and attentively. The first thing he wants to do after school is to finish his home works. He’s very patient in answering other children’s questions.
He’s longing for a family. He’s confident that he will have one.  He’s ready for it.
He is on the shared list - however WACAP has a generous grant for his adoption for an eligble family (need to go thru WACAP for their grant) There is a $4,200 Promise Child grant for eligible families for this adoption. There is also an additional $5000 available for this child’s adoption from a generous donor. Families of all incomes may apply for this grant. Please contact a waiting child case manager at WACAP for more information.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Shanna - Jan 1998

She is 13 years old and attends classes at the orphanage, which she enjoys, and she says her favorite class is Chinese. She likes to read comic books and her favorite food is hum bao. She likes to use a computer to play games and to help the nannies with chores that need to be done. She enjoys running and when she grows up she wants to be a teacher and help kids learn how to draw. Her left foot turns out when she walks, but her caregivers say that she is very independent and can do many physical activities including toileting by herself. They describe her as very thoughtful, caring, smart and kind. She is very skillful in taking things apart and putting them back together. She is very helpful to the caregivers and if she sees an adult, she will try to help out by offering them water. She currently lives at the orphanage and said that she wants to be adopted by a good family.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

URGENT: Hillary - 2/1998

Hillary gets along well with her classmates, knows to share her pencil with others who does not have. She knows to sweep the floor actively. Once, the caretaker gets ill, and tells Hillary she wants to go home and resign from the institute. Hillary hold her hands and says “please don’t leave, please pass the disease to me, I want to get ill instead of you”. And then she cries. She does not sleep for the whole night, and stays beside the caretaker. She is a sensitive girl, knows to greet the staff in the institute. She is introverted, quiet, shy, and not talkative in front of strangers, but would give you a sweet smile. She likes to play games with children at her age, is fond of rope skipping and kicking shuttlecock. Hillary has oval face, a pair of bright and large eyes, thick and black hair. She is thin, and is a sensitive girl.
Hillary is on the shared list but is being advocated for by Madison. Her file states that she has "mental nerve development delay." It sounds like she had TB at some point, and they are saying that caused her mental delay. The information in her file does not appear to support this diagnosis.  She also has polydactyly of one hand I think.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

URGENT - Darien - 01/1998

Darien is beloved by his teachers and always willing to help. He is well liked by his classmates, too. He is active and happy and loves sports. He participates in sports meets and won the championship, earning a cute nickname. He considers the institute his family currently, but sees other children get adopted and fostered and says that he wants a mother and father of his own. When asked if he wants to be adopted, he happily agrees. Darien needs a family that is close to dossier ready who would like to pursue him.

Darien is on ASIA's designated list with a $5,000 grant available for his adoption. Marci said she would transfer his file to another agency if he had a family who wanted to pursue him, though the grant would not follow him!
SN:  Repaired Club Feet
 Contact Marci at: for more info!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Website Updates

Since this site is just getting up and running, I thought I'd take a minute to point out some new pages that were added recently.  You can get to these from the Pages links on the right. 

The first new page is a list of families who have already traveled and brought their aging child home (and one who is in China now!) 

The second new page is a list of families who are fundraising to be able to bring home their aging out child(ren). 

If you would like your blog link added to either of these pages, please leave a comment on this post or on the appropriate page.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Walter - 08/1998

"Walter" is currently living with a foster mom and dad. He goes to regular school and says that his favorite subject is physical education. He doesn’t like to read very much, but he performs a little bit above average in school. Walter has two small dogs and one big dog living at home with him and dogs are his favorite animal. When he grows up, he wants to be a scientist. His favorite food is dumplings. He likes to run and play games on the computer for fun. "Walters" favorite people are his foster parents. He enjoys playing card games with his three good friends, although he says that he often loses at the games they play.

There is a total of up to $8475 in financial aid ( including $4200 Promise Child grant for eligible families for this adoption.Please ask about the possibility of up to $4000 in waived fees and waiver of the application fee).

WACAP ID: Walter JH5.ZW.0898.31350.
Month of Birth:  08/1998
This child is a part of the Special Focus Program so there is an increased chance of receiving an exception if you don’t meet all the requirements to adopt from China. To see this childs’ photo go to<> select waiting child and request an instant password.

Please contact FamilyFinders (at) wacap (dot) org or ckids (at) wacap (dot) org

Saturday, October 22, 2011

David - June 1998

DOB: June  1998

SN: Repaired CL/CP (and now his age)

SWI Jingyang District

"David" has been waiting his entire life for a family. He was born in 1998 in southwest China. This boy is enjoyable and energetic. When my friend visits the orphanage, he is always eager to get out and play soccer, volleyball or whatever sport anyone will play with him. David is quiet and enjoys drawing. The orphanage director says he is quite mature and very smart. David has amazing potential to be a strong leader.
His special need is cleft lip and palate.

He has stated repeatedly that he wants to be adopted! He wants a family!

He only has about 10 months to be adopted. In China, children are not allowed to be adopted when they turn 14 years old.

His care takers say he is very clean, he helps the teachers clean up after school ends, he loves school, loves doing his homework. He loves little kids and will help feed the younger children.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Jonathan - 07/1998

SN: Repaired CL/CP, pigeon chest (now it is age)
DOB: 07/1998
SWI Jingyang District

Jonathon was born in 1998 in southwest China. After being abandoned by his parents at birth, he went straight to the hospital. The doctor said this boy doesn't have long for life. He not only survived but he is now a thriving young boy with amazing potential. He is in 7th grade and is a hard worker. His passions are studying, sports and people. This guy is a thinker. The orphanage director says he thinks even more than many adults. The director also says he is a perfectionist.
Each time my friend goes to the orphanage he is welcoming, friendly and quite helpful.

He has stated repeatedly that he wants to be adopted! He wants a family!

His special need was cleft lip and palate. He has had 3 surgeries to repair his mouth. The 3rd surgery was plastic surgery.
His file states: He is liked by teachers. He likes to answer the questions. He is always the first one to finish the homework. He has no special needs. He is considerate and self-esteemed. He is the cleverest one in his roommates. He always helps caretakers to feed younger children. He also helps caretakers with cleaning. He is a considerate child. Caretakers in SWI all like him.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Gary - 07/1998

"Gary"  is described as an active and outgoing boy who loves sports. He is healthy and has good motor, language and social development. Gary interacts well wlith other children and is a hard worker resulting in good school performance. He likes watching sports on TV and playing soccer.

There is a total of $14475 in aid ( Including a $5000 private donation for families of all incomes and a $4200 Promise Child Grant available to eligible families to assist with this adoption. There is the possibility of up to $5000 in waived fees as well as an  application fee waiver). 

Month of Birth:  07/1998
ID: "Gary"ZGH.0798.16098.01
This child is a part of the Special Focus Program so there is an increased chance of receiving an exception if you don’t meet all the requirements to adopt from China. To see this childs’ photo go to<> select waiting child and request an instant password.
Please contact FamilyFinders (at) wacap (dot) org or ckids (at) wacap (dot) org

UPDATE: Scott - 01/1999

10/19/11 UPDATE - Scott has been matched with a family!!!!!

Scott is a shy, honest and responsible boy. He has been in the orphanage for 4 years now and has adjusted well. He gets along with others well and is very caring. He buys snacks with his allowance and shares with the other children. He does a good job with his chores. Before he came to the orphanage he had not received proper education, so he has some difficulty in school from his lack of foundation. He gets extra help is very studious and determined. He likes to draw is currently learning to draw in the big sisters program. He likes to read all kinds of children's books and novels. He is honest and a good and sensible boy.
Scott is an incredibly determined and brave child. Through his rehabilitation training, he never gave up, even when he was covered in sweat. He takes the role of monitor at school and helps the other children. At the orphanage he also helps the other children with basic daily living tasks, like washing their faces. He is extremely generous and shares his delicious food and favorite toys with others. He is part of the Half the Sky program and cherishes his opportunity, so he studies hard. He has an excellent memory and can remember what he is taught. In his free time, he likes to read poems and sing. He is excellent at math. He didn’t think he could draw very well, but saw a beautiful picture and the teacher encouraged him to try to draw it. He tried after some convincing and drew a beautiful picture. He sees his brothers and sisters get adopted into families and very much wants a family of his own.
An advocate wrote, "I had our local ped ortho doc take a look at his feet and he seems to think they would be very easy to fix. I pray this beautiful boy finds his family!!!"
Here is a video Scott  he appears first on the video. The second boy (with albinism) on the video has a family  The third boy, DZ also needs a family. DZ's DOB is 4/99.
Password: william1

Scott is on ASIA's designated list, but they willtransfer his file to another agency if there is a family who wants to adopt him!
Contact marcisk (at) asiadopt (dot) org

Friday, October 14, 2011

Dire: Jack - Eastern Europe - 11/2004

DIRE Need: Meet Jack, a sweet, affectionate little boy in Eastern Europe. There is a $5,000 grant to assist with the cost of his adoption. Jack is a cheery young boy with a sweet smile. This little guy's legs are stuck in a criss-cross position but that doesn't stop him from getting around using his upper body which is very strong. Jack has only a few weeks left to find a family. He will soon be moved to an orphanage that does not allow adoptions. Please, help us find a family for this little boy. For more information, contact KidsToAdopt at:

More About Jack

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

URGENT - Geoff - 03/1998

Geoff ages out next March. Someone would need to start very very soon to adopt him before he turns 14. He is a precious boy and has partial hearing loss. Please don't let the fact that he's a boy and 13
keep anyone from him--he would be a blessing for someone.

Please contact (at) gmail (dot) com for more information on  Geoff

Thursday, October 6, 2011

DIRE - Tom - 11/1997

An LOI must be sent in for Tom in the next week as he must be adopted by 11/25. He must have a family that already has a dossier in China to pursue his adoption.  Your agency MUST be willing to work with you to get to Tom in time.

Tom's  caregivers use many words to describe him including brave, open, active, lively, and sensible.  He is deaf, and  a bright child with a strong ability to grasp new things. Tom is helpful to his teachers who say he is well behaved and studies hard. He is observant, loves to read and to draw, and communicates through gestures.  He gets along well with other children.

There is grant money for a family that pursues Tom's adoption with WACAP.  There is a total of $14,350 in aid (including $5000 available for this child's adoption from a generous donor) and there is an additional $5150 orphanage donation waiver for this child. Families of all incomes may apply for this grant. In addition, a $4200 grant is available for qualified families. Please contact  FamilyFinders (at) wacap (dot) org or ckids (at) wacap (dot) org for more information

This child is a part of the Special Focus Program so there is an increased chance of receiving an exception if you don’t meet all the requirements to adopt from China. To see Tom’s photo go to<> select waiting child and request an instant password.
WACAP ID: Tom FWH.1197.14825.01

Please click here for more information on how to complete this adoption in time: Expedited Chinese Adoption Timeline

DIRE - Jay 11/1997

An LOI must be sent in for Jay in the next week as he must be adopted by 11/10. He must have a family that already has a dossier in China to pursue his adoption.  Your agency MUST be willing to work with you to get to Jay in time.

This handsome young teen is extroverted and considered a very polite child who is a little shy around strangers. If encouraged by his caregivers, though, he warms up to guests. He is on medication for epilepsy. He especially enjoys model airplanes and also likes to build great figures with building blocks. Jay is very capable of looking after his own needs and helps his caregivers with chores.

Grant money is available if the family adopting Jay uses WACAP.  The total financial aid for all incomes is $14,500 ( including $5000 available for this child's adoption from a generous donor and additional waiver of $5300 in fees). Families of all incomes may apply for this grant. An additional $4200 may be available for qualified families.   Please contact FamilyFinders (at) wacap (dot) org or ckids (at) wacap (dot) org for more information.
WACAP ID: Jay XRM.DZY.1197.31976.01
Month of Birth:  11/1997

This child is a part of the Special Focus Program so there is an increased chance of receiving an exception if you don’t meet all the requirements to adopt from China. To see this childs’ photo go to<> select waiting child and request an instant password.

Please click here for more info on how to complete this adoption in time:  Expedited Chinese Adoption Timeline