Skip to content

Posts Tagged ‘statistics’

4 Hopeful Statistics About The Orphan Crisis

It can seem daunting. There are more than 100 million orphans in the world. Every 18 seconds, another child becomes an orphan. Those are scary numbers, and they are sad numbers. But you cannot let the immensity of the crisis numb you. Inaction and apathy are the enemies of progress. We believe there is hope…

Read More

7 Statistics You Should Know About Orphans and Adoption

The best way to start advocating for orphans is to become as informed about the orphan crisis. When you gather information and seek to be more educated about the issue, you will be able to share what you know with others, encouraging them to join you in the movement to care for orphans! Here are…

Read More

9 Powerful Stats About The Orphan Crisis

As you read the following statistics, keep in mind that every number represents a child — a child who is waiting for a family to love and care for them. Although it can be difficult to comprehend the magnitude of need in the world through facts and figures, it is Show Hope’s mission to give…

Read More

4 Statistics You Should Know About Adoption

Check out these four statistics that should compel and empower us to take action to care for orphans in distress. 1. Over 50,000 children were adopted within the United States in 2013. [1] While this number is higher than in 2012, there are still over 100,000 orphans currently waiting to be adopted in the U.S. foster…

Read More

Site Developed by 5by5 - A Change Agency