Families looking to adopt Latino/Hispanic (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.

Latino/Hispanic individuals/couples

Daniel y Sari: Daniel and Sari each come from large families and are thrilled to start a family of their own. They are excited about having communication with the birth family. Informacion de la Familia disponible en Espanol

Marisela y Victor: This couple is excited to add another child to their family through adoption. They hope to have an open adoption with their child's birth family. Informacion de la Familia disponible en Espanol.

Latino/Hispanic interracial couples or multiracial individuals

Nadia & Raquel: This interracial couple has prepared themselves to become parents for the first time and hopes to have an open adoption with their child's birth family.

Jose & Megumi: This interracial couple is excited about adopting for the first time and looking forward to seeing their young son become a big brother; they hope for an open adoption.

Individual/couples looking to adopt transracially *

Jetta: A single preschool teacher looking to adopt a child of any race, Jetta considers adoption her first choice as a way to become a parent.

Robyn: Robyn is a single teacher who is thrilled to become a parent. She has worked to be connected to people of color so her child will never feel alone and looks forward to having contact and visits.

Ethan & Tara: Along with their first son, this couple is excited to bring home a new baby through adoption. They have educated themselves about transracial adoption and are committed to supporting a child of color.

*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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