Johnny

A $2,500 grant is available for Johnny’s adoption.  An additional $3,000 grant is available under our Boys Need Families Initiative for a qualified family applying before May 31, 2018 to adopt him.  Further grant of $1,000 for any MD, DC, or VA family completing a home study through Cradle of Hope.

Johnny, 4 years old, was born in April 2014 and found abandoned as a newborn. He received surgery for Anal Atresia prior to admission to his institute. Johnny lives with a foster family and his physical development is described as good. He is close with his foster mom and is happy when she takes him out to play or cuddles him. In his foster home he is reportedly able to use the potty, but wears diapers at night. Johnny is described as being a cheerful, happy, active generous and thoughtful little boy. He can run, jump, go up and down stairs, and imitates drawing lines. His intelligence is on par with his peers, he is speaking in sentences and is able to communicate with adults. His favorite activity is playing outside and he enjoys toy cars. Orphanage staff said that he is too young to know many skills yet but they believe he will in the future

 

 

 

 

Dylan

A $2,500 grant is available for Dylan’s adoption.  An additional $3,000 grant is available under our Boys Need Families Initiative for a qualified family applying before May 31, 2018 to adopt him.  Further grant of $1,000 for any MD, DC, or VA family completing a home study through Cradle of Hope.

Dylan, 4.5 years old, was born in July 2013 and found abandoned when he was around 10 months old. He has been diagnosed with dwarfism. Dylan’s adoption report was written when he was 4 years old and he was described as being a happy, cheerful and active boy who liked to listen to music, play with toys, sing, talk and laugh. He was said to be extroverted and close with his foster parents. Dylan was able to go up and down stairs, imitate drawing lines, pick up peanuts with chopsticks and was speaking in sentences. His intelligences was similar to his peers and he was able to count and manage some of his self care such as undressing and washing his hands. His favorite activity was playing on his foster parents’ cell phone.

 

Jonathan

$5,000 Grant Is Available for Jonathan’s adoption.  An additional $3,000 grant is available under our Boys Need Families Initiative for a qualified family applying before May 31, 2018 to adopt him.  Further grant of $1,000 for any MD, DC, or VA family completing a home study through Cradle of Hope.

Jonathan, 12.5, is an outgoing, healthy, easygoing boy with normal intelligence.  Diagnosed with albinism, his eyesight is weak, but he is on level with his public school 4th grade peers in reading, writing, and math.  A typical boy, he can sometimes be “naughty,” but he is helpful to his foster family, likes doing homework with classmates, and gets along well with other children.  He enjoys playing games, especially on a mobile phone.

 

 

Quinn

Quinn, almost 2 years old, was born in July 2016 and found abandoned as a newborn. She has been diagnosed with hermaphrodism. Quinn’s adoption report was completed when she was around 16 months old and she was living with a foster family. She was described as a timid and shy little girl who was fond of listening to music, had a ready smile and got along well with others. She was said to have an introverted personality and be sweet tempered. She liked being cuddled by her foster parents and was happy to play alone in her bed with toys. Quinn could crawl on her hands and knees, pick up small objects with her fingers, hold a pen to scribble and imitate drawing lines, bang two blocks together, and move them in and out of a cup. Her intelligence was said to be delayed compared to other children and although she didn’t have many self-care abilities, caretakers believed she would learn new skills and begin communicating with words in the near future.

 

 

 

Zoe

A $2,500 grant is available for Zoe’s adoption

Zoe, 2 years old, was born in March 2016 and found abandoned as a newborn. She has been diagnosed with post-operative esophageal atresia, intelligence and motor delays. A hospital report mentions possible congenital heart disease (PDA & PFO) but there is no further information at this time. She received her surgery for esophageal atresia almost immediately after entering government care. She was around 20 months old when her adoption report was written and at that time she was said to be living in foster care and experiencing good development. She was described as active, happy, tolerant and caring. She was fond of listening to music, playing with toys, playing games with other children and being cuddled by her foster parents. Zoe was said to have a ready smile and got along well with others. She could crawl, sit, walk while holding someone’s hand, pick up small objects with her fingers and bang blocks together. She was still wearing diapers and didn’t have many self care skills yet due to her young age, however orphanage staff felt she would learn new skills and be able to express her needs with words in the near future.

 

Joanna

Agency Fees Waived for Joanna’s adoption

Joanna, 10.5 years old, was born in September 2007 and found abandoned as a newborn. She has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome and post-operative anal atresia. Her adoption report was completed shortly after her 10th birthday and reports she has been living with a foster family since she was an infant, and is close with her foster grandmother. Joanna is described as a happy and positive girl who likes playing with toys, putting on new clothes, listening to music and watching her favorite cartoon, “Boonie Bears,” on TV. She can sometimes be a little obstinate and when she isn’t happy she will be quiet for a little while. She is potty trained and has good gross motor development. Joanna’s intelligence is said to be delayed compared to her peers but she is able to express herself with simple communication.