Quason, 11, is polite and responsible. He is in regular fifth-grade classes. Quason resides in a foster home with his brother, Daequan.
Daequan is an upbeat and friendly nine-year-old. He is enrolled in the third grade and benefits from special education services.
Larasia and Janasia are vivacious seven-year-olds. They attend second grade and are in regular education classes. The twins are in the same foster home.
Bre’Asia is a beautiful three-year-old. She enjoys going to day care each day and participates in a pre-school classroom. She and her sister, Myasia, live together in the same foster home.
Myasia is an intelligent two-year-old. She attends the same day care as Bre’Asia, but takes part in a different classroom with children her own age.
These delightful siblings need a stable home with a family who will give them a lot of love. In return, these children will bring joy to the family who welcomes them into their home. The siblings’ dream is to be adopted together so they can all grow up together in the same home.
Adoptive parents do not need to have a specific income, and they do not need to own their own homes. This kind of adoption is virtually free, and many of the children are eligible for financial subsidy.
Please contact the National Adoption Center, 1500 Walnut St. Suite 701, Philadelphia, PA 19102 if you would like more information about adopting children out of the foster care system. Call today for a free packet of information, (215) 735-9988 or visit the website at www.adopt.org.