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Throughout the course of the past several years, orphan hosting programs have become more and more common. Not only do these programs give families the opportunity to give back to a child in need, but in some cases, they help bring children one step closer to finding their Forever Families.
While not all hosting programs are designed to match children for adoption—some countries prefer to run their hosting programs as a way to provide children with a cultural experience—we have had the honor of seeing the impact that orphan hosting programs can have on a child’s life, whether it’s showing them what it means to be loved by a family or showing them all that the world has to offer.
These are things we often take for granted, and yet, there are so many children in the world who have never had the opportunity to experience them. By welcoming an orphan into your home, you can play a role in helping them find a brighter future!
Here are four reasons your family may want to consider hosting an orphan:
To learn more about Orphan Hosting programs, visit http://orphanhosting.com/.
Great Wall China Adoption is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Austin, Texas. Since 1996, Great Wall has placed more than 8,000 children with forever families. Between the headquarters located in Austin, Texas and the sister office in Beijing, China, we work on behalf of families each day to be experts at exceeding China’s requirements and adoptive families&rsquo...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 248 Addie Roy Road, Suite A102 Texas
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