Ten Colombian Orphans Arrive to D.C. – Kidsave is Seeking Adoptive Families

Ten Colombian orphans (ages 8-14) arrived on June 30, 2017 at Dulles International Airport for a four-week summer visit to enjoy life with a family, summer camps, and meeting new people through Kidsave’s Summer Miracles program. They will be staying with local host families in the DC/MD/VA Area while attending weekly events where families interested in adoption can meet them. The host families together with Kidsave coordinators and volunteers will be advocating to find adoptive families for the kids while they are here and are available for comments and interviews.

Kidsave’s Summer Miracles program is seeking adoptive families for ten older Colombian orphans. Families interested in adoption can meet them this Saturday, July 22, at 5:30 pm at 3771 Point of Rocks Road, Jefferson, MD.

For more information please visit https://www.kidsave.org/sm-meet-the-kids-events/

Kidsave is a volunteer-driven effort to help older, orphan children find families.  This program is the only chance for many children to have a permanent family. Kidsave will provide training and support to the participating families and collaborate with social workers, home study agencies, child welfare advocates, health professionals and government officials to find safe, appropriate families for these children.

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