Minnesota Chapter

About Us

Welcome to the Home Page of the Gift of Adoption Minnesota Chapter.


The Minnesota Chapter is named in honor and memory of the ideas and beliefs of Amy M. Silberberg.

Since its inception in 2005, The Minnesota Chapter of Gift of Adoption has awarded more than $218,500 to complete adoptions for more than 75 children. These grants have given parentless children from around the world and the United States permanent homes and the chance to thrive.

Please get involved and help the Minnesota chapter continue to grow and reach more families in Minnesota and its service area. Discover our volunteer opportunities.

Board members are responsible for building awareness and raising funds for this rapidly growing, energetic, national, nonprofit dedicated to putting adoption in reach for the millions of children world-wide without a family.  Gift of Adoption inspires adoption by providing grants to qualified parents – giving children without families permanent homes and the chance to thrive.

Board members can be located anywhere in the state, but must be willing to participate in monthly calls and quarterly in-person meetings to support the development of a strong state presence – as we create awareness of this new philanthropic category and resource our vision.

If you would like to work with smart, dedicated people who believe that a loving family is a basic right for children everywhere, contact Pam Devereux, CEO.

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100% of donations directly to the Chapter are used to provide adoption grants in this region.