In the 60 years since Holt began placing children through international adoption, both the adoption process and the services we offer have been influenced by the stories and lives of those who matter most — adoptees.
At the Yesus Mena School for the Deaf, nearly 400 children can finally express their thoughts and feelings — bringing greater hope, and happiness, to their lives.
How one brave group of women is seeking a better life for their children.
How children like Oliver, Amaya and Alex are redefining this often misunderstood term.
A story about two boys with special needs from India, Holt’s work to improve their lives and the permanent loving families that welcomed them home to stay.
As Vietnam prepares to resume international adoptions to the U.S., Holt reflects on our primary role in the region — helping children grow and thrive in the loving care of their birth families.
How far-reaching is its impact, and how does it change a child’s life? It really depends where you look. In one community in Ethiopia with a high rate of deafness, sponsorship helps children attend a special school for the deaf — which, in turn, helps keep them off the streets […]
Last November, Holt led a group of six supporters on a vision trip to India to see first-hand the programs and services that Holt provides vulnerable children and families through our legacy partners, Vathsalya Charitable Trust (VCT) and Bharatiya Samaj Seva Kendra (BSSK). Vision trips are open to anyone with […]
Whether it is two communities partnering to build a life-saving hospital, sponsors and parents joining forces to educate children with special needs, or a family welcoming home their newest edition, Holt International and the people of Shinshicho, Ethiopia have come together for one cause: to give children a brighter, more […]