The Dominican Republic has one of the largest economies in the Caribbean and Central American region, and it is known for its great biological diversity and great tourist attractions. Tourists come from all over to the world to partake in activities such as: scuba diving, snorkeling, golf, surfing, and deep sea fishing. Nevertheless, despite all the country has to offer, the DR still has various social issues that have resulted in many children needing forever families.
The Dominican Republic is a beautiful place where thousands of tourists visit each year. But beyond the walls of luxurious resorts, thousands of children live on the streets or in orphanages facing a future that seems hopeless. This leaves them vulnerable to running away, human trafficking, or aging out as they grow older.
Lifeline’s heart is to reduce these potential situations by ensuring children who are legally eligible can be adopted into forever families. Lifeline is seeking particularly families open to older chidden or sibling groups who are often harder to place.
One of the ways you can get involved in Dominican Republic is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list
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