Welcome to RainbowKids!
RainbowKids.com is an Adoption Advocacy Website. We are the largest and oldest, online website helping people to adopt from multiple countries. Through RainbowKids, thousands of special needs and waiting children have found families.
Our Adoption Advocacy includes:
Our advocacy for children is a gift to children and families everywhere. We never ask for nor do we accept donations from families, but ask that families instead considering sharing their stories with others after they successfully grow through adoption.
We are not an adoption agency , nor do we directly place children into adoptive families. We are a voice of advocacy for the children waiting for families .
RainbowKids.com was created and founded in May 1996 by Martha Osborne , with the purpose of advocating for families that wish to adopt, and children who need families. Martha is herself an adoptee, a wife and the mother of 5 children through the blessing of adoption. Since that time, RK has grown into the greatest on-line advocacy force for International children needing families. Supported by over 60 adoption agencies that share the vision of joining families together, RK is able to offer all information and resources free of charge, so that many more children will find their way home.
PO Box 202
Harvey, LA 70059
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RainbowKids is completely supported through the generous contributions of participating agencies, as well as sponsored advertising throughout the site. For more information on advertising on RainbowKids, please view our ‘ Advertise on RK' area .
RainbowKids welcomes article submissions on a variety of topics of interest to our readers. If you have an idea for an article, or would like to submit an article for publication, please contact our editorial team at email@example.com .
We welcome inquiries from the media.
RainbowKids.com has received several awards over the years. Editor and founder, Martha Osborne, has personally received two national and several state and local awards for her constant advocacy. In 2004 Martha received the North American Council on Adoptable Children Friend of Adoption Award (NACAC). In 2005 Martha received the Congressional Angel in Adoption Award .