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I'm Single, Can I Adopt Internationally?
$7,000 in grants are available to I.K.'s adoptive family!
Today, we want to bring your attention to this adorable boy who will turn two in May! We’ve received numerous updates on him over the past year and he has frequently been described as happy, sweet, and curious.
He is independent and busy, but still likes to be held. When he falls or gets hurt slightly, he will ask for a hug.
He loves music and will dance along when it is turned on. He can be shy and cautious in new settings, but once he gets familiar with the location, he plays well. He particularly enjoys playing with his car and musical instruments, and he LOVES bath time! We have video of him playing with his foster mother available to eligible families who inquire, as well as many more photos.
Learn More About I.K.
I.K. is one of the boys currently waiting in Asia for an adoptive family. Do you have room for one more in your family? If so, please contact email@example.com to learn more about I.K. and reference 114-07.
He is eligible for a $2000 Sons of Hope grant and also has a $5000 Child Specific grant (exp 4/2015). Eligible families may also qualify for a grant through Children's Home & LSS and Brittany’s Hope Foundation.
With a combined 275 years of experience, Children’s Home Society of Minnesota and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota serve children and families through adoption, child welfare, and family preservation. We are driven by the understanding that a child in a safe, nurturing home is a child who thrives. We work to give every child security, opportunity and a loving fa...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 1605 Eustis St. Minnesota
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