Mercy for America's Children began with the journey of the Taylor family through their adoption of two children trapped in the foster care system for nearly five years. Read more about their story...
More children become available for adoption each year than are adopted. In 2009, 69,947 children had parental rights terminated by the courts, yet only 57,466 were adopted.
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Children often wait three years or more to be adopted, move three or more times in foster care and often are separated from siblings. The average age of waiting children is 8 years old.
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Last year, 29,471 children turned 18 and left the foster care system without an adoptive family.
courtesy Dave Thomas Foundation

Who We Are

Mission Statement: Mercy for America’s Children is a North Carolina based non-profit group advocating on behalf of children awaiting adoption in the US Foster Care System by educating the public about the benefits of foster care adoption, reforming the adoption process, connecting waiting children to potential adoptive families and supporting them through their adoption journey.

What We Do

Our philosophy towards foster children and adoptive families can be summarized with our favorite acronym…

MAC “C.A.R.E.S.”

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MAC relies on the generosity of our volunteers, donors, sponsors and community partners to help us fulfill our mission of supporting foster care families and children. You can make a difference.

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