Family Law Prof Blog

Editor: Margaret Ryznar
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Most Inclusive Adoption Grant Program:

From Forbes:

When Becky Fawcett and her husband pursued adoption twelve years ago, she quickly learned that the adoption process was suited for families defined as “a white woman married to a white man who worshiped a certain way and planned to adopt a certain way.” Fawcett didn’t accept this definition of family and was frustrated that more adoption agencies weren’t empowering families, including single and LGBTQ parents, to build the families they envisioned.

Feeling frustrated, Fawcett directed her energy into writing a business plan “for the nation’s only non-discriminatory adoption grant program that does not define family, does not define religion, does not define adoption and does not charge an application fee.” The result is, founded 2007.

Read more here.

Adoption | Permalink


Post a comment