Children and teens need loving Christian homes.

Meet the Children

Helping teens, sibling groups, and special needs children find loving, Christian, adoptive families.

Each year, approximately 1,600 children in Georgia’s foster care system need families who will adopt them. These numbers are heartbreaking and tragic, but they represent loving children who deserve forever families. We want to ensure that every child who is eligible for adoption finds a home where they will experience the hope, healing, and unconditional love of Jesus. Scroll down to meet one of these precious children.

  • 18

    The average daily number of new children who need a home

  • 450

    The number of children currently waiting for adoptive homes

  • 500

    The number of teens eligible for adoption this year

  • 1,600

    The number of children who will need an adoptive home each year

Meet London

Born in 2008, London is an independent, mature, thoughtful, and helpful girl who enjoys swimming, making jewelry, and participating in dance and gymnastics. She enjoys spending time with her peers and learning new things at school. London needs a loving family who will care for her as she flourishes and pursues her dream of becoming a pediatrician.

Meet more children at Wednesday's Child or It's My Turn Now.