These five siblings are hoping to be matched with a family soon
This sibling group in Latin America has a very close bond. They all attend school and are well adapted in their classrooms. They form good relationships with their teachers and peers.
“D,” the oldest sister, is 10 years old. She enjoys school and likes to paint or draw for fun. She has positive interactions with others and is known as empathetic, resilient, and independent. She thrives in groups and also shows some natural leadership skills during peer activities. There are no medical concerns with D’s health.
Brother “O” is a well-adjusted, 9-year-old boy with an extroverted personality. He does well academically and is especially good at mathematics. O’s favorite sport is soccer—he even plays three times a week! He has highly developed social skills and there are no concerns with his development
“MB” is 8 years old and she too is described as well-adjusted and academic. Although she is more shy than her siblings, MB enjoys playing with her peers and in group activities. She has a close tie with her younger sister “FB” and frequently checks on her well-being. She has a minor, correctable health concern but otherwise has no known medical concerns.
7-year-old “FB” is both artistic and sporty. She seeks out appropriate affection from others. FB can play matching games and has a good attention span for her age. She has no known medical needs.
Baby brother “L” is 5 years old and thoroughly enjoys to play games with his peers. He is very capable of independent living skills such as feeding himself and getting dressed. He has a slight language delay specifically related to the pronunciation of certain sounds, but otherwise has no known concerns.
We have an adorable “day in the life” video of this sibling group that we would love to share with eligible families who inquire.
General Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must be between the ages of 25 and 51 at the time of child referral. Additionally, there needs to be at least 14 years between the age of the younger parent and the child and no more than 45 years between the age of the older parent and the child being adopted. Applicants can have no serious physical or mental health concerns or criminal history. Heterosexual couples should be married a minimum of three years at the time of home study approval. Single women may adopt. Applicants must be able to travel to Latin America per the requirements of the process.
Learn More About THIS sibling group
If you would like to know more about this sibling group and see clear photos, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and lease reference 817-07. Eligible families may qualify for a grant through CH/LSS and Brittany’s Hope Foundation in addition to a $10,000 Child-Specific Grant (expires 10/31/2017).
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.