The National Adoption Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support for adoptive families in order to assist them in the successful adoption of children. The organization is committed to improving each child’s chance of becoming part of a loving family.

The National Adoption Foundation offers grants, loans and fundraising programs that are available to any family bringing a child into its home through a private domestic, international or foster care adoption. The grant program has no exclusions as to race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, family characteristics, or income. The primary requirement for eligibility is a home study (either completed or in process).

Grant Type: Direct
Award Range: $500-$2,000
Ready To Get Started: Apply Here

Grant Criteria

Max. Household IncomeMarital StatusReligious AffiliationType of AdoptionState Specific
None (must demonstrate financial need)AllAllDomestic (public and private), InternationalNo

Application Info

Application Fee: You need to sign up to donate $25 monthly but after the first month you can cancel your recurring donation if you choose not to continue
When To Apply: Completed Home Study or In Process
How Often Are Grants Reviewed: 4 Times Per Year
Deadlines: Mar 15 | Jun 15 | Sep 15 | Dec 15
Response Time: Within 15 Days After Close of Quarter (by phone or email)
What Expenses Are Covered: All Qualified Adoption Expenses
Where Are Funds Sent: Directly to Your Adoption Agency or Attorney
Additional Resources: Adoption Loans, Social Fundraising
For More Information: Click Here


Address: 36 Mill Plain Rd, Ste 307 | Danbury, CT 06811
Phone: 845.803.4837
Email: [email protected]

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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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