The Internet is rich with resources that provide pictures of children who are in need of homes. Adoption agencies and adoption websites list photos of kids in search of loving families and a place to call home, as well as information on their backgrounds and personalities.
On their websites, adoption agencies commonly list photos of children who need to be adopted, along with brief biographies including information regarding age, race and personality insights. Such photo listings can also be found through Internet searches by typing into the search engine relevant keywords such as 'adoption' and 'foster care'. Include your state for the most pertinent information to your situation. Examples of such websites include Adoptuskids.org and Homesforkids.com. These sites ask questions regarding your preferences, such as the minimum and maximum number of children you are willing to accept and whether you have age or race preferences.
According to AdoptUSKids, a national photo listing service for children awaiting adoption throughout the United States, more than 250,000 American children enter the foster care system every year. Websites that provide photos and information on individual children are excellent resources for assisting in the process of matching kids in the foster care and adoption systems with supportive homes.