All God’s Children International is a Christian, non-profit organization. We have been serving children and families for more than 20 years and have united nearly 2,500 children with their forever families. AGCI currently completes approximately 200 adoptions each year.
AGCI was among the first group of agencies to receive Hague Accreditation. The Hague Convention on Inter-country Adoption is an international agreement between participating countries on best adoption procedures. To receive accreditation signifies the highest standards of practice among adoption providers.
Committed to Communication
We believe that effective communication is the essential foundation for any good relationship. In our experience, communication builds relationship and relationship builds trust. Our AGCI staff makes communication our highest priority. Although each country has a unique adoption process, we have developed a system to keep each family informed of their own adoption as well as to educate them about different aspects of adopting a child.
No Child Left Alone. It’s a lofty goal, but one that we feel God has called us to fulfill. Our love for children includes providing care and hope to orphans and at-risk children. Our motivation to help these children makes AGCI more than just an adoption agency. It means we are committed to enriching the lives of children who may never be available for adoption domestically or internationally.
This heartfelt commitment is all-embracing and clearly evident in our Hannah’s Hope Orphan Care Homes. These orphan care programs have cared for many of the children before being united with their family. We strive to provide holistic care for each child, meeting their needs for mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual support.
Pre- and Post-Adoption Support
AGCI wants to make your journey as healthy and positive as possible, both before and after the adoption. We believe it is very important that you are properly prepared for what to expect prior to your child’s arrival home, as well as continuously supported after your child’s homecoming. Our social service staff members will help you through this process and are happy to answer any questions concerning the adjustment and well-being of your child.