Tuesday, July 7, 2009

INTRODUCING OUR NEWEST CHINA PROGRAM!

ASIA has helped many families successfully adopt special needs and older children from China. Because of that, the China Center of Adoption Affairs (CCAA) has invited ASIA to participate in a unique program for a limited number of agencies that have proven successful at placing special needs children.

On July 26 and 27 ASIA’s Executive Director, Sandra Miller; Senior Program Coordinator, Fei Yang; and China Director, Susan Song, will visit an orphanage in Guangdong Province specifically to meet a group of 20 to 30 girls and boys, ages 5 to 12 years old, available for adoption only through ASIA. A delegation from the CCAA will also participate.

While there we will become acquainted with the children, tell them about the U.S. and in general what adoption is about, participate in activities with them, interview, photograph and videotape them. We will share this information with families interested in adoption. We have not yet received the specific list of children, but we have been informed that their medical needs are rather mild. Our goal is to find families for at least 80% of the children within six months. It’s an ambitious goal, but one that we believe we can attain, especially with your help.

WE ARE ALL VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY TO HELP THESE YOUNGSTERS FIND THEIR FOREVER FAMILIES AND HOPE YOU ARE AS WELL!

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