Adoption, adoption funding, adoptive parents, home study

The Different Adoption Costs and How to Adopt Without Going into Debt

As a prospective adoptive parent, you are likely researching various adoption agencies and professionals with one big question in mind: How much will this adoption cost, and will it fall within our budget? Many people say that they would really like to adopt but they automatically think they can’t afford it because the one word… Continue reading The Different Adoption Costs and How to Adopt Without Going into Debt

Adoptees, adoptive parents, Birth Parents, Domestic Adoption, Embryo Adoption

Helping Hands— Supporting the Paper Heart Project

A warm welcome awaited Adoptions From The Heart last week at Bucks County Community College in Bristol, PA on Friday, September 27, 2013 as a part of United Way of Bucks County’s “Volunteer Bucks Day of Service”. Teams of enthusiastic volunteers dispersed throughout Bucks County on Friday to help others in the community. Bucks County… Continue reading Helping Hands— Supporting the Paper Heart Project

adoption funding, adoptive parents, Domestic Adoption, Open Adoption, Parenting

Our Fundraising Story

By Guest Blogger, "Sam" Sam's daughter, Allison Paige, came into this world on April 22, 2011 at 37 weeks and 1 day. She most likely died as a result of a cord accident. It's impossible to know for sure.  Sam and her husband loved her from the start and miss her every single day. Sam… Continue reading Our Fundraising Story

Adoptees, Adoption Books & Movies, adoptive parents, Attachment, discriminination, Domestic Adoption, multicultural families, multiracial families, new fathers, Open Adoption, Parenting, prospective adoptive parents

October Book Reviews

All books purchased by clicking the link in our review or going to our bookstore (see tab above) will give AFTH a small donation from   This is US: The New All-American Family by David Marin - David Marin is funny, insightful, passionate and persistent. As a single, man he adopted three young, bi-cultural children, it… Continue reading October Book Reviews