Friday, January 10, 2014
Gladney Center for Adoption invites all families and friends of adoption to join us for our
Chinese New Year Party!
Sunday, Feb. 9th, 2014
11am - 2pm
Jing Fong Restaurant
20 Elizabeth Street
New York, NY 10013
Click here for full details and registration.
Friday, December 13, 2013
This year with your help we put together a 2014 calendar! This calendar features beautiful photos of children that have been adopted through Gladney's Asia Program. We wanted to say a special thank you to families that sent in photos. Unfortunately, we could not use all of the photos we received due to size and pixel restraints on the calendar software. We also decided to use "kid-only" photos for all of the months. However, we still wish to use all of the photos we received in future monthly newsletters.
Calendars will be on sale for $12, and all additional donations will help support Superkids Charity. We are so excited about this, and hope that you are too! If you are interested, please download the order form, and mail it back to me at Gladney's New York office. If you have any additional questions regarding the 2014 calendar, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on this link to download the order form: 2014 Calendar Order Form
Monday, December 02, 2013
Februrary 8th, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas
February 9th, 2014 in New York, NY
The upcoming year is the Year of the Horse!
Monday, November 25, 2013
"I am in love with my little boy, Toby! As a brand new mom I can't get enough of my baby boy's snuggles, squeaks and funny faces. I am getting to know his sweet personality more and more each day and watching him grow and learn is such a joy. I am already imagining the future with our little guy as he grows up - I hope he loves soccer as much as his daddy! Life has changed so much, but I can't imagine our family without our cuddly, beautiful boy!"
-April Uduhiri, Asia Programs Caseworker
"One of the most important "boys" in my life is my big brother Jym. Jym is three years older than me and my only older sibling. While he picked on me relentlessly at times growing up (and sometimes still does), I'm pretty grateful that I grew up with a big brother. I knew, and still know, that he would always have my back. I've always felt proud being able to tell people that Jym is my brother. I learned so much from Jym - how to be an individual, how to stand up for myself, and how to be a genuinely good person. I love my sisters too, but there's something special about having a big brother!"
-Mary Chapman, Asia Programs Caseworker