Giving back has never been so meaningful

Earlier this month CCAI launched a campaign with the goal of raising $25,000 by December 31st.  A generous donor has offered to match every gift brought in this month dollar-for-dollar!  Your support will now go twice as far as we impact the lives of children in need of families.  Will you consider taking advantage of this opportunity for the matching gift?

Want to learn more about how CCAI will use your gift to change the lives of children in need of families?  

Watch our video.

Click here to DONATE and impact the life of a child in need of a family!

CCAI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  We do not accept government funding, so we rely on the generous support of individuals like you.  Thank you enabling us to work to see our vision of a family for every child become a reality.

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The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to raising awareness about the millions of children around the world in need of permanent, safe, and loving homes and to eliminating the barriers that hinder these children from realizing their basic right of a family.

One thought on “Giving back has never been so meaningful

  1. Merry Christmas to all at CCAI !! Your mission to place foster children into
    permanent loving homes across our country is noble. With approximately 450,000
    foster children nationally, more awareness in our society to find supportive adoption parents and homes is greatly needed in our country. I would like to help the CCAI mission by inviting CCAI supporters to southeast Michigan for the Spring Reformation: The Coalition Against Overmedicating Our Youth. We are mobilizing leaders in our state to convene this spring. The main focus will involve awareness of the need for adoption parents for referral to CCAI, as well as solutions and treatment plan protocols to eliminate overmedicating our foster youth.

    Frank J Granett R.ph.
    Author, upcoming book
    Over Medicating Our Youth:
    The Public Awareness Guide for A.D.D. and Psychiatric Medications

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