New lives start here

More than 44,500 children in foster care have been adopted on National Adoption Day. It’s a day that represents new lives for children and for their parents. Learn what National Adoption Day means to those who have experienced it first hand.

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Organizations Family and adoptees Advocates

Fred and Kim Millner

Category: Families and adoptees

Los Angeles, CA


AJ Millner

Category: Families and adoptees

Los Angeles, CA


Darnell Cates

Category: Families and adoptees

Los Angeles, CA


Edwina Lewis

Category: Advocates

Los Angeles, CA


Judge Michael Nash

Category: Advocates

Los Angeles, CA


Willie Garson

Category: Families and adoptees

Los Angeles, CA


Category: Families and adoptees

Moorhead, MN

We originally became licensed for foster care only to do respite for mom's that needed a break. Over time our goals changed from short term to long term to forever. We have adopted 5 children from foster care and we are guardian for another. All of them were considered "special needs" for one reason or another. We also have 3 biological children.


Category: Families and adoptees

Topeka, KS

When my husband and I became foster parents through TFI, we had no idea how much it would change our lives. Having 3 boys of our own, of course we said "YES" for a little girl.


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