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jeremy resmerThis episode of the Fund Your Adoption Podcast is jam-packed with practical information and financial resources. I answer a listener’s question about how to overcome the up-front costs of adoption and provide several creative ways to access funds quickly in order to make the initial payments and start the adoption process.

What Is Covered In This Episode

  • Initial costs of adoption (international and domestic private) including application fee and home study
  • 8 ideas to obtain funds quickly to pay for the initial costs of adoption

  • Home study grants available to families starting the adoption process
  • “Fast” fundraisers that you can do quickly and give you immediate access to funds
  • Inquire with your church or religious organization about adoption grants and fundraising support

  • Talk with human resources to find out if your employer offers adoption benefits including financial assistance, paid-time off and any other support
  • Interest-free and low interest loans to help alleviate a potential cash flow crunch so you can make payments on-time
  • How credit cards can act as an interest-free loan to access money immediately and provide a buffer while you fundraise

Adoption Resources Highlighted

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Jeremy Resmer

Child Advocate. Entrepreneur. Fitness Junkie. Parent. Jeremy is an adoption fundraising coach that provides creative strategies and resources that empower families to adopt without debt.

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