There are over 120,000 children and teens in foster care in the U.S. who need loving, permanent forever families. These are children who have experienced abuse, neglect or other serious family challenges. During National Adoption Month in November, KVC is helping to facilitate over 100 children’s adoptions nationwide.
Since its beginning, KVC has facilitated 4,456 children’s adoptions total and continues to facilitate another 450 children’s adoptions annually. Check out some recent adoptions we celebrated below.
Brayden, Jackson, and Noah celebrated their adoption to Carla Miller!
Aivah, Harlow, Remington and Amiyah celebrated their adoption to Michelle & Johnny Crabtree!
Gabby and Rylan was adopted by Rebecca Risko. All of Gabby’s siblings joined her on her big day!
Hailey was adopted by Jim & Judy Prusack!
KVC’s adoption work is done in partnership with the West Virginia Department for Health and Human Services.
There are more than 6,650 youth in foster care throughout the state who need loving families. You can change a child’s life by becoming a foster parent or by becoming an adoptive parent. Visit AdoptUSKids.org to meet the children in need of an adoptive family.