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Check out our newest adoption PSA!

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Do you ever wish you had multiple choice answers for life's daily challenges?

We all know that as a parent there are no perfect answers. That's why our newest PSA, in partnership with AdoptUSKids and Washington State DSHS, celebrates the fact that you don't have to be perfect to be an adoptive parent.

There are thousands of children in our region that need foster and adoptive homes. Help spread the word by sharing the PSA on social media, speaking with your friends and family about adoption, and considering adoption from foster care! 




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Meet Felipe!

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014


Felipe Ayala

Felipe Ayala - NWAE Bilingual Program Assistant

Felipe, originally from Chile, is fluent in both Spanish and English. In the past he has volunteered as an interpreter and translator to help monolingual Spanish-speaking families within the Seattle area. Through this work he helped in implementing community events and programs promoting health and wellness in low income communities around King County. He is inspired by the work of NWAE and is thrilled to be part of the team.  Currently, he responds to general inquires and helps connect Spanish speaking families interested in adopting, and fostering children, with a recruiter.

This fall he is expecting to receive his AAS from Bellevue College and is excited about transferring to a University to continue with his education. Outside of work and school he enjoys swimming, painting, spending time with his family, and exploring the many outdoor offerings of Seattle area.


Felipe Ayala - Asistente Bilingüe de NWAE

Felipe, originario de Chile, habla fluidamente en Español e Ingles. En el pasado el ha sido voluntario como interprete y traductor para ayudar a familias de habla hispana en el área de Seattle. A través de su trabajo el ha ayudado a implementar eventos y programas que promueven la salud y el bien estar en comunidades de bajos ingresos alrededor de el condado King. El trabajo que realiza la organizacion NWAE lo inspira y esta encantado de ser parte de el equipo. Actualmente, el responde a preguntas generales y  ayuda a conectar a familias de habla hispana interesadas en  ser padres foster o adoptivos con un trabajador que los ayude con el proceso.

Este Otoño, el estará esperando en recibir su diploma AAS de Bellevue College y este entusiasmado en continuar su educación en la Universidad. Fuera del trabajo y de los estudios él disfruta de la natación, pintar, compartir con su familia, y explorar todos los lugares que el área de Seattle tiene para ofrecer.


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