Forever Families Through Adoption

Available Parents

Cindy and Steve

Caroline and Josef


We are Cindy and Steve. We live in Canada on a farm that has been in our family for over 100 years. It is located outside of a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada. We dream of building our family and thank you for learning more about us.

Susanna and Daniel

Susanna and Daniel

Dear Birthmother

It is our sincere with to welcome another child to our family regardless of race or origin. To give attention, security, stability, warmth, joy, unconditional love and an excellent education, so that your child can become the person that he/she wants to be.

Irene and Roel

Irene and Roel

Dear Birthparent(s)

It is not easy to find the right words to convey our respect for the love and courage you have as you consider adoption for your child. We believe that such a decision can only be made out of love. We are honored that you are considering us as you think about choosing the right adoptive parents and home for your child.

Ben & Kyle

Ben and Kyle


We are Ben, Kyle and Gloria from New York City. Thank you for taking a moment to learn about us. We know this may be a difficult time in your life, and we are inspired by the strength, courage and love that you are showing by considering an adoption plan. We are here to support you, and would be happy to answer any questions you may have for us. We would love to hear from you.

Barbara & Christian

Barbara and Christian

Dear Birth Parent

We know you have to make a difficult decision and we are very thankful that you will take the time to read our letter, to get to know us better, and to consider us as the parents for your child. We truly believe, it needs strength, encourage and love to consider a adoption plan.

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What's New at FFTA?

Adoption and the Child Tax Credit
With the 2019 tax-filing season underway, a critical issue for families filing for the Child Tax Credit using an Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number (ATIN) has been brought to our attention. As a result of tax law changes made in the 2017 tax reform law (known as the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act", P.L. 115-97), now only a Social Security Number (SSN) is acceptable for claiming the Child Tax Credit. As a result, the Child Tax Credit cannot be claimed using an ATIN (or any other type of taxpayer identification number other than an SSN).

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