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Martin Adoption


Start: Jan 24, 2019 - End: Aug 31, 2019

Martin Adoption

It has always been a dream of ours to have children, but unfortunately, after 10+ years of pain and loss, that dream has not come true. So after many years of prayer, we have decided that God has willed that we adopt a child to build our family–and we are doing so through CCAI and their Taiwan program! We are both so very thankful for the love and support that all of you have given us through our many years of marriage, and recognize that some of you have asked how you can help us going forward with this big decision.

We also recognize that so many of you have helped us financially with our missions trips, and most recently, with Kyle’s cancer treatments. Like these major life events, adoption is costly. Not only does it require a lot of time, paperwork, energy, emotions, etc., but as you probably guessed, the financial cost is pretty high. CCAI is extremely conservative with their fees, and overall, this adoption should cost around $21,000-$25,000.

We have the first $10,000 taken care of, but still need to raise the remaining $11,000-$15,000. We are applying for a few grants, but will still need to supplement much of the cost that possible grants will not cover. It takes a village to raise a child, and it’s going to take a whole bunch of villages to get our child here! If you feel so led to donate, purchase a Martin, “Families Don’t Have To Match” shirt, or buy any of the other gifts available to support the financial cost of our adoption, you can do so through this website.

No thanks will ever be enough for the love and support you, our family and friends, have given us through the years. We thank God for you!

Fund Leader: Caitlin Martin
Fund Type: Adoptive Parents

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