Bill & Jen of TLC’s The Little Couple have a Special National Adoption Day Message for You

National Adoption Day is officially here! The dreams of thousands of children and families will come true today, at National Adoption Day celebrations in courthouses all across the nation where judges finalize more than 4,500 adoptions of children from foster care.

We are thrilled to announce that CCAI’s 2014 National Angels in Adoption™ honorees, Bill Klein and Dr. Jen Arnold of TLC’s The Little Couple, created a special National Adoption Day message to help celebrate this special day. Bill and Jen are adoptive parents and cannot imagine life without their precious children, Will and Zoey.

Will you help us raise awareness about these 4,500 adoptions as well as the almost 108,000 children and youth in foster care still waiting for a loving family to call their own? Share Bill and Jen’s video today to show your support of National Adoption Day on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or by forwarding this email. Be sure to use with the following hashtags: #natadoptionday#nationaladoptionday, and #CCAIadoption.

As our friend and supporter, we want to celebrate this day with you too! Follow CCAI on FacebookInstagram and Twitter and be sure to tag us as you share the video! Together, we can be the difference for so many children seeking their forever families.

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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.

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