We strongly believe in supporting other companies and organizations who help us. Please visit the companies listed below for more information.
Resolve of Georgia, Inc. – National Infertility and Adoption Support Group
IRS Adoption Tax Credit – You will find the latest news about the adoption tax credit.
Family and Medical Leave Act – Family and Medical Leave Act is the 1993 Federal law that requires employers that fit certain criteria to provide time off for employees when they have had a child placed with them for adoption.
North American Council on Adoptable Children – NACAC promotes and supports permanent families for children and youth in the U.S. and Canada—especially children and youth who are or have been in foster care and those with special needs.
Adoption Financial Help and Resources
Gift of Adoption Fund – (giftofadoption.org)
- Over 3.8 million in adoption grants awarded to date.
- Applications reviewed monthly
- Must have approved Homestudy
- Given as the “LAST BIT” of adoption $ needed to bring child home
- Grants range from $1,000 – $7,500. Average grant is $3,000.
- $50 application fee
- Financial need, perseverance, and imminence of adoption must be demonstrated
- Usually only rewarded once a match is made and adoption expected within 6 months
National Adoption Foundation – (fundyouradoption.org)
- GRANTS- Must have approved HomeStudy or in Progress.
- Grants given 4 times/year in last week of each calendar quarter.
- Grant $ given is forwarded to adoption attorney you are using
- Grants range from $500 – $2000
- LOANS – partnership with Prosper.com (matches people wanting to invest money with people needing money) – credit score of 640 or higher.
- LOANS – through personalloans.com – credit score of 600 or higher
- Loan amounts of up to $35,000
Grant Place – (helpusadopt.org)
- Must have approved Home study
- Grants range from $500 – $15,000
- Grants given 3x/year –February, June, October
- Given as “last bit” of adoption money to bring child home
Ready to get started on your adoption journey to your special child?