In a blog post for friends and family, adoptive mom Kristin Peddicord answers some of the questions she and her husband, Casey, have received since they arrived home with their daughter.
For her seventh grade “Go Make a Difference” project, adoptee Emily Pickett chose an issue close to her heart: advocating for children with special needs.
Today, fundraising is a popular way for families to complete their adoption journey and welcome a child into their home. But there are some important things to consider before you jump into the wild world of fundraising.
For children with disabilities in Vietnam, educational opportunities tailored to their needs are often severely lacking. But one school is changing that.
When Lee and Bette Fisher learned they could give a gift to their sponsored child in Ethiopia, they knew from their own experience just how helpful a cow could be to a family in need.