Our mission: To care for orphans by engaging the Church and reducing barriers to adoption.
Every child needs a family.
We believe that each child has the inherent, God-given right to be a part of a loving, caring family. Our work is dedicated to restoring hope to millions of children who have been orphaned by breaking down barriers between waiting children and loving families. For us, a holistic approach in regard to the spectrum of care needed is crucial, ensuring that each stage of development and need is addressed.
Every year, 81.5 million people consider growing their family through adoption. But less than one in 500 of those who consider it actually adopt. The financial barrier associated with adoption is one of the main reasons for this.
Care Centers Legacy
For more than 12 years, Show Hope supported life-changing work in multiple Care Centers in China. In that time, thousands of children with acute medical and special needs were cared for and loved, and today, the legacy of that work continues through the children and families impacted by Maria's Big House of Hope and the Care Centers in China.
Pre+Post Adoption Support
The adoption journey doesn’t end on the day a child is welcomed home. Many children who have been adopted have experienced abuse, trauma, neglect, and early attachment injuries.
Students are today's world-changers and the next generation of leaders. They will carry on the movement to care for orphans. Show Hope’s Student Initiatives exist to develop student leaders who will change the lives of children around the world—today.