UPDATE: We shared about Carter in 2018, but he still needs a permanent, loving family of his own! Since that time, he completed the fifth grade and improved his soccer skills. Carter also shares that he hopes to be a martial artist one day — combining his love for competition and physical activities.
Carter excels in his science and history classes, and he can memorize material with ease. He is a talkative and extroverted boy, making him a natural leader in class! When he faces a problem, Carter solves it quickly and always asks for help when he needs it.
Carter is sweet, gentle and helpful to those around him. He enjoys gardening and harvesting the home-grown vegetables at his care center, and he also likes to take care of the younger children.
At 11 years old, Carter dreams of having his own parents and siblings one day. He hopes to be cared for and loved by his adoptive family, and he can’t wait to make memories with them!
UPDATE: We shared Cole’s story in 2018, but he is still waiting for a permanent, loving family! Since that time, Cole’s cognitive, social and language development have significantly improved. At school, Cole enjoys reading, memorizing and asking a lot of questions for better understanding. His teachers share that he has made remarkable progress!
His sense of humor is apparent, and he loves to build relationships and laugh with his peers. More recently, he has enjoyed playing with cars and reading books. He also loves reading and learning about animals!
Cole is increasingly independent and confident with his motorized wheelchair. But even though he can move from place to place, Cole dreams of walking one day. His curiosity is stronger than ever before, and he hopes to explore the world around him by foot.
A Special Blessings grant is available to help the right family bring Cole home!
Like most 6-year-olds, Davey is energetic and loves to play!
An affectionate little boy, Davey loves to be cuddled and hugged by his caregivers, and gets along well with others. His extroverted personality comes out through his talkative nature and a ready smile that greets you warmly. Continue reading “Davey Needs a Family!”
Logan is an energetic and curious 8-year-old boy who enjoys music and has a gift for dancing.
He came into care at birth and is diagnosed as positive for CMG IgG and negative for CMV IgM. He also has a curved right arm due to an injury that didn’t heal properly, but that doesn’t slow him down! Continue reading “Logan needs a family!”
Quinton is an easygoing and polite 8-year-old boy who will start the third grade next year. At school, Quinton works hard and loves to help others without being asked.
Quinton’s motor skills are on target, and he can dress himself, comb his hair and tie his shoes. In his free time, he loves to hang out with his friends and watch cartoons on TV – especially Superman. Quinton enjoys all kinds of food, but his favorites are fried chicken and fried eggs.
Experienced parents of Catholic faith who are open to unknowns and have a good understanding of older child adoption would be best for Quinton.
Pete is a happy and active 6-year-old boy who dreams of going to Disney World someday. Check out his Mickey Mouse shirt in the photos!
Currently in the first grade, Pete loves drawing and painting. Outside of school, he enjoys attending his dance, theater and music classes, and loves playing with toy cars and motorcycles. Continue reading “Pete Needs a Family!”
Palmer is a responsible and friendly 14-year-old boy who will soon age out of adoption eligibility. It is urgent that we find a family for Palmer before he turns 15 and loses his chance to join a family through international adoption. Continue reading “Palmer Urgently Needs a Family!”
Archer is an easygoing and active 11-year-old who is well liked by everyone. He came into care when he was a little over a year old.
Archer is currently in the fifth grade and attends public school, where he studies math, Chinese, English, art and PE. He particularly enjoys Chinese class and PE. He also has a very good memory and can recite poetry. Archer likes to help others, and gets along with his teachers and classmates. He is doing very well in school and can do addition and subtraction problems in his head. Check out the video!