Welcome to Gift of Adoption Pennsylvania
the adoptions of vulnerable children—
giving them permanent families
and the chance to thrive.
seek assistance to complete adoptions. Donate today to unite children with forever families.
in your adoption journey, consider
applying for a Gift of Adoption grant.
About Gift of Adoption Pennsylvania
As of December 2020, Gift of Adoption has awarded $358,775 in adoption assistance grants across Pennsylvania to complete the adoptions of 119 children.
Each year, Gift of Adoption Pennsylvania receives requests from approximately 24 qualified families – representing a funding need of $95,200. The goal of the Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania to get involved as chapter leaders and help the chapter grow and reach more families.
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 are interested in learning more, please contact Ashley Greene.
Our Success Stories
Toby, adopted from U.S.A.
by Crafton, PA, grant recipients Christopher and Emily
Recent update from Emily: “After struggling with a few gross motor skill milestones (likely due to in utero drug exposure), Toby is now perfectly on track or ahead with all his milestones. He is running, climbing, digging, asking “why” a million times a day, and busy piecing the whole world together.”
Tessa, adopted from China
by Pittsburgh, PA, grant recipient Sarah
Olivia, adopted from U.S.A.
by Hermitage, PA, grant recipients Timothy and Lisa