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

Rebecca: Looking forward to becoming a parent, Rebecca feels well supported to parent as a single mom and hopes to maintain contact with her child's birth family.

Sara: Adopting as a single parent, Sara feels well supported and is excited to become a mom. Sara wants an open adoption with her child's birth family.

Denise: Adopting as a single parent, Denise is ready to be a mom and feels well supported. Adoption is present in Denise's family and she wants an open adoption with her child's birth family.

Randy & Korin: This creative African American couple is excited to start their family through adoption. They are committed to an open adoption with their child's birth family


Interracial Couples/People

Amarro & Susanna: This multiracial, multicultural couple is excited about adopting and becoming first time parents to a biracial child. They are committed to an open adoption with their child's birth family.

James & David: This interracial couple has prepared themselves to become parents for the first time. They would like to have an open adoption with their child's birth family.

Dawn & John: This multicultural, multiethnic and multilingual couple is excited about adopting for the first time and are excited to see their son become a big brother.

Omar & Yoko: This interracial couple is excited about becoming parents for the first time and they hope for an open adoption. They would like to adopt a multiracial African American, multiracial Asian American or Asian child.


Families Looking to Adopt Transracially *

Jetta: Ready and excited to be a mom, Jetta is well prepared to parent across racial lines. As a single parent Jetta has support from her family and diverse community.


*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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