Welcome to Gift of Adoption Massachusetts

About Gift of Adoption Massachusetts

As of July 2019, Gift of Adoption Massachusetts has awarded $56,000 in adoption assistance grants across Massachusetts to complete the adoption of 19 children.

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Chapter Goal 

Each year, Gift of Adoption Massachusetts receives requests from approximately five qualified families – representing a funding need of $20,000. The goal of the Massachusetts Chapter’s all-volunteer board is to raise enough funds to help complete each of these adoptions. 100% of the money raised by the chapter is directed to uniting children with forever families in the area.

The chapter is currently seeking leaders throughout Massachusetts to get involved as chapter leaders and help the chapter grow and reach more families.

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Our Success Stories

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Valentyn, adopted from Ukraine with his brother, Pavlo, by Richmond, MA, grant recipients Hannah and Jacob

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Donating your United miles can help unite a child in-need with their forever family.We’re on a mission with United to make a difference. United MileagePlus members can donate their United MileagePlus miles to unite children with their forever families, furthering our impact. #MilesOnAMission

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Donating your United miles can help unite a child in-need with their forever family.

Hollywood film director and screenwriter Sean Anders, creator of Instant Family, is encouraging you to support Gift of Adoption for #GivingTuesday: https://giftofadoption.org/afamilystarts/ ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of #GivingTuesday, Facebook is matching gifts made on its platform up to $7 million. If you give on Facebook today, your contribution to Gift of Adoption could be matched dollar-for-dollar.

Your #GivingTuesday contribution, coupled with a Facebook match, will help unite Robert and Mario with their family this holiday season.

Bryan and Kathi first met Mario when they traveled to Eastern Europe to adopt their daughter, Deni. Now, Kathi and Bryan are working to complete the adoption process for both Robert and Mario and bring them home.

Mario is 15-years-old. He's got a hand for table-tennis and a passion for science.

Things haven't been easy for Mario, though.

"He was removed from his mother’s care at the age of three and has lived as a ward of the State ever since," says Kathi. "After suffering years of untreated seizures, Mario was diagnosed with epilepsy. Orphanages in Eastern Europe are overcrowded and understaffed and he has not received the care he needs."

Robert is Mario's best friend. He's a tenacious 16-year-old that advocated for his own adoption when he met Kathi and Bryan. Robert was just three weeks away from aging out of the adoption system when he approached Kathi and Bryan on the street.

"Our family is his only hope," Bryan says. "If Robert hadn’t gathered his courage, approached us and introduced himself, he would have aged out, never having had the slightest chance for a family."
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In honor of #GivingTuesday, Facebook is matching gifts made on its platform up to $7 million. If you give on Facebook today, your contribution to Gift of Adoption could be matched dollar-for-dollar.

Your #GivingTuesday contribution, coupled with a Facebook match, will help unite Robert and Mario with their family this holiday season. 

Bryan and Kathi first met Mario when they traveled to Eastern Europe to adopt their daughter, Deni. Now, Kathi and Bryan are working to complete the adoption process for both Robert and Mario and bring them home.

Mario is 15-years-old. Hes got a hand for table-tennis and a passion for science.

Things havent been easy for Mario, though.

He was removed from his mother’s care at the age of three and has lived as a ward of the State ever since, says Kathi. After suffering years of untreated seizures, Mario was diagnosed with epilepsy. Orphanages in Eastern Europe are overcrowded and understaffed and he has not received the care he needs.

Robert is Marios best friend. Hes a tenacious 16-year-old that advocated for his own adoption when he met Kathi and Bryan. Robert was just three weeks away from aging out of the adoption system when he approached Kathi and Bryan on the street.

Our family is his only hope, Bryan says. If Robert hadn’t gathered his courage, approached us and introduced himself, he would have aged out, never having had the slightest chance for a family.

Double your #GivingTuesday impact and help us secure a Facebook match: https://www.facebook.com/donate/2451684835150837/ ... See MoreSee Less

The holiday shopping season is in full swing! If you're planning on making any online purchases for #BlackFriday or #CyberMonday, consider buying through Gift of Adoption's Amazon Smile link.

When you shop through this link, Amazon donates a portion of proceeds to Gift of Adoption at no additional cost to you. What're you waiting for? Get shopping!

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The holiday shopping season is in full swing! If youre planning on making any online purchases for #BlackFriday or #CyberMonday, consider buying through Gift of Adoptions Amazon Smile link. 

When you shop through this link, Amazon donates a portion of proceeds to Gift of Adoption at no additional cost to you. Whatre you waiting for? Get shopping!

https://smile.amazon.com/ch/39-1863217
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