Waiting Children

Every child deserves a family. 

In New York and around the world there are infants and children waiting for the love and stability of an adoptive family. The children listed here are in immediate need of an adoptive family.

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Domestic Special Needs Waiting Children

Spence-Chapin is currently accepting applications from families who are open to adopting a child with significant medical needs. View our Special Needs Adoption page to learn more about the Special Needs Adoption Program. In order to be considered, complete our free pre-application and send us a copy of your current homestudy (completed within the last 12 months) conducted by a licensed adoption organization.

Read more FAQs on our blog!

DOMESTIC WAITING CHILD (SPECIAL NEEDS): INFANT BABY BOY   We are looking for a family for a beautiful baby boy named Connor. Connor was born in August of 2018. He is currently being cared for by a loving, interim care giver.    Read More

DOMESTIC WAITING CHILD (SPECIAL NEEDS): INFANT BABY BOY

We are looking for a family for a beautiful baby boy named Connor. Connor was born in August of 2018. He is currently being cared for by a loving, interim care giver.

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International Waiting Children

We regularly receive information from our international partners about children who are in need of immediate adoption. Visit our International Adoption page to learn more about our international programs.

What is an International Waiting Child? Read more on the blog.

WAITING CHILD (INTERNATIONAL): SMAIL, AGE 9, BULGARIA   Smail is a friendly and charming 9 year old boy living in a children’s home in Bulgaria. Smail is in need of a family who will love and support him and encourage him to reach his full potential.    Read More

WAITING CHILD (INTERNATIONAL): SMAIL, AGE 9, BULGARIA

Smail is a friendly and charming 9 year old boy living in a children’s home in Bulgaria. Smail is in need of a family who will love and support him and encourage him to reach his full potential.

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Spence-Chapin takes the privacy rights of the children whom we are seeking to place very seriously. We don’t publicly use a child’s photo unless we have permission from their guardian. We are happy to share photos and videos of these children to families who email us about international adoption. Contact our team for passwords to view private photos of waiting children. These images may not be released, copied or distributed in any form. Impermissible disclosure of the images may result in legal action.