WE ARE GROWING!!!
AAC’s China Waiting Child program is expanding exponentially! As many of you know, AAC has been participating in the “One to One” program for several years now. In this program, China Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption (CCCWA) connects an agency with one or more orphanages. When the children in the care of those orphanages become legally available for international adoption, their files are sent directly to their partner agency. The agency then works to match each child with their forever family. In 2011, when “One to One” was just a pilot program, AAC was matched with three orphanages in the Jiangxi province. This partnership has made a huge difference in our ability to help families grow. One of the most beneficial aspects of the program, is the relationship that we have been able to form with the orphanage staff. The direct communication allows us to obtain as much information as possible about each child. Not only do we communicate by phone and email, but our staff makes annual trips to each of the orphanages. During our visits, we photograph and video the children. We also talk with caregivers about each child’s medical needs, development, and personality. The pictures, video, and personal experiences offer additional insight to prospective adoptive families. They are then able to make a more informed decision.
This program has been so successful, that AAC has been matched with three more orphanages! This means we will be collaborating with a total of SIX orphanages! We are looking forward to working with each new orphanage and helping many more children get to the loving arms of the moms and dads that are searching for them.
If you are looking to grow your family, and are considering doing so through the China Waiting Child program, contact us today! We will soon have the files of many more waiting children. Maybe your child will be among them!
More information is available on our website www.aacadoption.com
By email at firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone at 970-775-4683 (Waiting Child and Program Inquiry Specialist)
or 970-532-3576 (Main Office)