Donate to NWAE

Our parent organization, Northwest Resource Associates, is a 501(c)3, tax-exempt non-profit organization (Federal ID #91-1117250). We are incorporated in the State of Washington and are registered with the State of Washington Secretary of State Charities Division (Registration #6437). We also are registered with the State of Oregon Department of Justice under the Charitable Trust and Corporation Act (Registration #26986) and with the State of Alaska Department of Law as a charitable organization. We spend less than 1% of our budget on fundraising and our administrative costs are 10%. Therefore, approximately 90% of our revenue is spent in support of our program goals.

A young man who could be the next big basketball star. A teen that, inevitably, will grow the perfect bunch of purple basil. A transgender youth whose name may one day grace the cover of poetry books. A design enthusiast who can’t wait to create the next hit video game.

Children living in foster care often dream about their passions and their futures. For many of these kids, that includes the possibility of being adopted. And at Northwest Adoption Exchange, we share in those dreams.

Will you give to Northwest Adoption Exchange and support the dreams of kids in foster care who want to be adopted?

Together, we know we can find each of these kids the right adoptive family.

When kids in foster care have a family to root for them, to listen to their ideas and encourage their growth, to support them – they are able to thrive. The love of a family and comfort of a home has the ability to change a child’s life. We believe their dream of adoption isn’t out of reach.

At Northwest Adoption Exchange, we find potential adoptive families who are ready to make a difference. Families who are eager to support these kids and their dreams of someday owning a bakery, releasing an album, and becoming a master gardener.

Your gift has a big impact. We thank you for being a part of a community that supports the dreams of kids in foster care.

With plenty of gratitude,

Tyler Helbach
Northwest Adoption Exchange

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