Lifeline is currently advocating for three sweet sibling sets from Latin America. Many times, we have seen where the government has been faced with difficult decision to separate the siblings in hopes of them having a better chance of being adopted. At Lifeline, it is our heart to advocate for siblings to stay together when it is in their best interest. We have been given permission by their country’s government to advocate for these siblings before they are separated. If you would like to learn more or help advocate, please contact Ferrah Poe immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205.967.0811.
Sibling group of four:
Joe, Sam, Rick and Elena, ages 10-16, are very attached siblings from Latin America. Their minor defender speaks very highly of each of these children. The three older boys are always protecting their younger sister and looking out for her best interest. They are very well bonded to each other and desire to be part of a family together. They all love playing sports and spending time outdoors! These siblings also enjoy art and Rick especially loves to draw cartoon characters in his free time. More information as well as pictures are available for these siblings!
Siblings group of five:
Anna, Alex, Nate, Andy and Cameron, ages 3-12, are siblings from Latin America. These siblings are very well bonded and love each other very much! As the oldest, Anna is always protecting and looking out for her 4 younger brothers. These children are respectful towards those around them and are able to show affection towards the people they care about. Each of the children love sports, especially soccer! They enjoy being outdoors and spending time with each other. More information and pictures are available for these siblings.
Jake and Ben are seven year old twin from Latin America. These boys love each other so much and are very well bonded! They enjoys playing outdoors with each other and their friends. Jake enjoys telling jokes and making those around him laugh. Ben is described as a very fun and joyful boy. These boys desire being a part of a family that will show them unconditional love. More information, pictures and videos are available for these siblings!
In our Latin America programs, we have had the opportunity to see families adopt older children and larger siblings groups. We would love to connect any family interested in learning more about older child/multiple child adoption to families who have walked through this journey. Please contact Ferrah Poe at email@example.com or 205.967.0811 if you would like to learn more.
How Can You Help?
Adopt: Is the Lord calling you to consider adopting one of these sibling groups? Please don’t hesitate to ask questions and pray about whether this may be an option for your family.
Advocate: Share our social media posts about these children, reach out to families you know who may be called to adopt then, spread the word about their need for forever families!
Pray: For a family to be called to be a forever home for each of these siblings groups, for their hearts, and for the Lord’s plan for each of their lives.
Give: Adoption can be expensive, and has the potential to be a deterrent to families considering the call. Your financial gift could make a difference in children’s lives being changed forever through family. www.lifelinechild.org/give