Families looking to adopt African American (or biracial) infants


Below you can see some families who currently looking to adopt children of color. If you are interested in learning more about them, click here to request access to full profiles of all the families.

African American individuals/couples

Shannon & Majett: Adoption is already present in Shannon and Majett's extended family and they are ready and eager to become parents through adoption. They would like to have an open adoption with their child's birth family.

Troy & Kimberly: Troy & Kim are prepared and ready to build their family through adoption. With guidance from God this couple is committed to an open adoption with their child's birth family.

Renee: Renee is a single parent who started her family through adoption. Renee is ready to adopt again and watch her daughter become a big sister.


Interracial Couples/People

Katharina & Jason: This interracial couple is excited and ready to adopt and to become first time parents. Adoption is present in their family and they are committed to an open adoption with their child's birth family.

Michael & Brandon: This young, interracial couple is excited and ready to start their family through adoption. They are committed to an open adoption with their child's birth family.

David & Renee: This interracial couple is excited and ready to start their family through adoption. David and Renee are both directly connected to adoption, and understand the importance of family and open adoption.

Eric & Cristina: This interracial couple is excited and ready to expand their family through adoption. They are excited to see their son become a big brother. They are committed to an open adoption.

Melissa & Keenan: Adoption is already present in the families of this young, interracial couple, and they are ready to start their family through adoption. They are committed to an open adoption.


Families Looking to Adopt Transracially *

There are no families currently available.


*Pact supports and prepares pre-adoptive parents to adopt across racial lines. These families must complete a 3-part process with Pact where they explore direct connections to communities of color in their own location that will help them support their child and understand the significance of race for their child and their family once they adopt.

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