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Bethany Christian Services has created the Bamboo Project, a dedicated focus recruitment effort to find families for children in China with Down Syndrome. To date 18 Bamboo children are home or have families pursuing their adoptions! A number worth celebrating! 40 darling children are still waiting for families however, including these beautiful faces. Families interested in adopting a child through Bethany's Bamboo Project often are able to start and finish their process in 12-15 months.
A growing number of families are recognizing the enormous need to provide these children with love and care and are opening their hearts and homes to these little ones. The Bamboo Project and the families that have committed to it are leading the charge for positive change and progress for Chinese children with Down syndrome.
Read about the amazing families involved with the Bamboo Project in People magazine!
To learn more about adopting through the Bamboo Project, please contact Bethany Global’s China team at 1.800.652.7082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bethany’s heart is for children, and every child deserves a loving family—that’s where they thrive best. As a fully accredited industry leader, Bethany has a long track record of bringing children and families together through our adoption services. Adoption is a lifelong journey. We prepare you to bring a child home and provide ongoing support along the way. ...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 901 Eastern Ave NE Michigan
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