$12,500 child-specific grant available to their adoptive family
Twin eleven-year-old brother and sister are eager to be adopted. They currently reside in a foster home and attend school together.
Sister YF is known as a graceful and active girl. She enjoys activities that keep her moving such as running, riding a bike, and jumping rope.
Brother YL is known to have good coordination and shows an interest in sports such as basketball and swimming. He also likes watching TV and playing with electronics. He’s described as an optimistic and active boy.
Watch this adorable video of them dancing together.
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General Eligibility Requirements
All applicants must be at least 30 years old. For heterosexual married couples, there can be no more than 50 years’ difference between the youngest parent and the child. Single women are eligible and cannot have more than 45 years’ difference between themselves and the child. Applicants cannot have serious physical or mental health concerns. Eligibility requirements vary so please inquire to discuss individual circumstances and eligibility.
Learn More About these twins
If you would like to know more about YF and YL please contact email@example.com and reference 217-20. Families may qualify for a grant through CH/LSS and Brittany’s Hope Foundation in addition to the $12,500 child-specific grant (exp. 8/24/2017).
There are a number of resources available to families who would like to adopt but are concerned about financing. If you would like to learn more, we welcome you to inquire about the Adoption Support Fund and view our infographic of fundraising ideas.