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About The Ward Family
Robert & Heena
Hi, we are the Ward family, and we are adopting a sibling par (brother and sister) from India.
Heena was born in India and her and her family immigrated to the US when she was 14. She grew up in a big city with over 14 million people, and after college she lived and worked in Manhattan in NY. She’s definitely a city girl.
Robert grew up in a small town of less than 1,000 people on a small farm in Kentucky. He raised numerous animals including raccoons and even skunks, and learned how to fix almost anything. He’s definitely a country boy.
While it may appear we are opposites, we share almost all of the same core values, respect for all people, love of our family and friends, honesty and integrity in all that we do, and live the golden rule.
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What is a Brittany's Hope Adoption Grant?
Brittany’s Hope believes in the fundamental right of all children to have the security and love of a family. There are an estimated 153 million orphans living around the world (UNICEF – 02/2011). These staggering statistics are heartbreaking considering a large number of these children are special needs, who have little or no value in the eyes of their own country. They are left to languish in institutions, where they receive minimal care and live hopeless, helpless lives.
The cost of international adoption can be overwhelming and is only further compounded by the medical and accessibility costs a child with special needs presents. Our Adoption Grant Program provides grant monies while giving families the opportunity to assist Brittany’s Hope in raising funds so the next child may also be united with their forever family. The phrase “It takes a village to raise a child,” takes on new meaning as the “seeds” of the adoptive family’s friends, family and neighbors take root and help provide future families with adoption grants. With a gift to Brittany’s Hope, a donor’s monetary support of the Adoption Grant Program means double for the adoptive family.