November is National Adoption Month. This year’s National Adoption Month theme is “Small Steps Open Doors.” Visit the Child Welfare Information Gateway for information and resources.
It began as National Adoption Week in 1984, as a Presidential Proclamation by President Reagan. President Clinton proclaimed the first National Adoption Month in 1995.
National Adoption Day is November 19. It is intended to raise awareness about the thousands of children in foster care awaiting adoption.
Observe National Adoption Day by:
Volunteering at an event. Help one of the hundreds of organizations that support National Adoption Day, such as the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, The Alliance for Children’s Rights, and Children’s Action Network. …
Using social media to share your story.
Doing what you can in your community to connect children and youth with their forever families.
Please take action now by contacting Senators and Representatives to endorse making the adoption tax refundable.
Take a leap.
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