Quinn Needs a Family!
“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” – Hebrews 11:1
This is what we know about Quinn:
She came into Holt’s care shortly after she was born.
She is a natural caregiver, doting on her younger foster brother and giving her friends gifts.
She has mild cerebral palsy that mostly affects her fine mother skills.
She is the class helper at school.
She understands adoption and says that she would like a family of her own someday.
Lastly, we know that Quinn is waiting for a family of her own. And at 12 years of age, her time is running out.
Hebrews 11:1 tells us to have hope. And for Quinn, we do.
We have hope that someday Quinn will have brothers and sisters.
We have hope that a family will one day give Quinn the encouragement and help she needs to overcome her physical challenges.
We have hope that one day Quinn’s forever family will watch her receive her college diploma.
And lastly, we have hope that Quinn’s day is coming soon.
We don’t know what Quinn’s future holds, but we have faith — and hope — that it includes a permanent family.
On this, the last day of National Adoption Month, help Quinn find that family today, before it’s too late!
*Quinn is in need of family who is comfortable with her medical needs and is knowledgeable in older child adoption.
To adopt Quinn, applicants must be 30-54 years old and meet an income requirement of $30,000 plus $10,000 per additional family member, with $80,000 net worth. More than 4 children in the home may be accepted.* See country criteria for complete requirements.
Contact Erin Anderson at email@example.com for more information