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A Family For Every Child
1675 West 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402

Fax: 541-343-2866

Tax I.D. 20-4151057

Christy Obie-Barrett,
Executive Director

A Family For Every Child is a non-profit organization that serves families, children, and agencies nationwide. Thank you for all your support.
Adoption Financial Resources

Adoption Grants, Loans and Fundraising Resources

  • Adopt Together
    AdoptTogether is a non-profit funding platform helping families raise money to pay for adoption costs.
  • Both Hands
    Organization that helps with raising funds for a specific family’s adoption.
  • Just Love
    Helps families set up fundraising opportunities with their organization.
  • Pure Charity
    Develop a project to help you raise money toward your goal of adoption.
  • You Caring
    Simple way of raising funds by setting up a profile for your cause.
  • ABBA Fund
    Adoption Assistance for Christian families in the form of interest-free loans.
  • Adoption Subsidies
    Information on adoption subsidies courtesy of NACAC.
  • Affording Adoption Foundation
    Families may apply for grants to help finance their adoptions.
  • Boatner Family Foundation(no link)
    This foundation provides grants from $1,000 up to $10,000. They require an agency approval, a financial statement, and a formal application. P.O. Box 132272, The Woodlands, TX 77393
  • Gift of Adoption Fund
    Provides grants to qualified adoptive families.
  • God's Grace Adoption Ministry
    Provides financial assistance to Christian families seeking to adopt in the form ofgrants and interest-free loans.
  • Hebrew Free Loan Association
    "Provides interest-free loans to Jewish families living in Northern California.
  • Help available to adopt special needs kids
    A Chicago Tribune article on grants available to families adopting special needs children.
  • Helping Kids Cope
    Helps families defray the cost of adoption through their Parens-to-Be program.
  • Help US Adopt
    Help US Adopt offers adoptive families grants of up to $15,000 towards their domestic, international, foster, or special needsadoption expenses.
  • Ibsen Adoption Network (Washington Only)
    Provides adoption grants to families in Washington adopting special-needs children (children who are older, part of a sibling group, children of color, children waiting longer to be adopted, and children with physical, developmental, or emotional needs).
  • LifeSong for Orphans
    Offers adoptiongrants, loans, and funding solutions.
  • National Adoption Foundation
    Awards grants four times a year, and also has a loan program.
  • Parenthood for Me
    Provides adoption or medical grants to families who do not have children.
  • Resources 4 Adoption
    Resources 4 Adoption offers information on over 40 grant programs, adopting coaching, social networks, loans, fundraisers, employer benefits, military benefits, and more.!
  • The Value of Adoption Subsidies: Helping Children Find Permanent Families
    NACAC guide for adoption professionals on the value of adoption subsidies and the benefits they provide to children and families.


Adoption Financing

  • Tip:
    Before you take a loan out from someone else, consider borrowing from yourself. Many company 401K plan allow employees to borrow up to 50 percent of their current 401K balance.


Adoption Tax Credits



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Employee Benefit Programs

  • The Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential. This Foundation offers website links and information for organizations that assist with the costs associated with being a student. This includes tuition help, scholarships – general and LGBTQ specific, living stipends, textbook costs, childcare benefits, work grants, and more. You can find out more information at their Website: Point Foundation