Imagine a world without Pact…
  • Would your child have close relationships with other adoptees of color who truly get them?
  • Where would you go for cutting-edge education about the intersections of adoption, race and identity for adoptees and their families? 
  • What important conversations would you have missed out on with the adopted youth in your life? with their birth or adoptive families?  
  • Where would you turn for support on opening your child’s adoption, navigating racist events at their schools, or finding community with your people? 
  • Where would an expectant parent go for ethical adoption placement services for their child of color?  
We are committed to making sure the extended Pact family continues to thrive. We are maintaining our laser-focus on the needs of adopted children of color and their families—every day we are figuring out alternative ways to provide connection, education, and support. Sometimes these attempts are messy and awkward, but we are all in it together, doing our best, creating “beloved community."
Like so many other non-profit organizations and small businesses, Pact has been rocked by this unprecedented crisis. We’ve been going strong for almost 30 years, and we are committed to ensuring our organization stays operational into the future — which may require some painful belt-tightening measures. Pact’s survival is going to depend on ingenuity and generosity. Luckily, our community is rich in both.

If Pact has made a difference in your life, if you are grateful for the staff who have been there when you needed them, if it is important to your family that our programs continue, we ask you to give, if you are able, to maintain the programs, the services, and the staff who make it all happen. If you have the means, please make a tax-deductible donation to Pact today!

This is going to be a tough year for us, as we know it may be for you, but we will get through it together. Thank you for giving what you can. We have never needed it more.

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Keep Pact Going through the COVID-19 Crisis

by Pact, An Adoption Alliance


Imagine a world without Pact…
  • Would your child have close relationships with other adoptees of color who truly get them?
  • Where would you go for cutting-edge education about the intersections of adoption, race and identity for adoptees and their families? 
  • What important conversations would you have missed out on with the adopted youth in your life? with their birth or adoptive families?  
  • Where would you turn for support on opening your child’s adoption, navigating racist events at their schools, or finding community with your people? 
  • Where would an expectant parent go for ethical adoption placement services for their child of color?  
We are committed to making sure the extended Pact family continues to thrive. We are maintaining our laser-focus on the needs of adopted children of color and their families—every day we are figuring out alternative ways to provide connection, education, and support. Sometimes these attempts are messy and awkward, but we are all in it together, doing our best, creating “beloved community."
Like so many other non-profit organizations and small businesses, Pact has been rocked by this unprecedented crisis. We’ve been going strong for almost 30 years, and we are committed to ensuring our organization stays operational into the future — which may require some painful belt-tightening measures. Pact’s survival is going to depend on ingenuity and generosity. Luckily, our community is rich in both.

If Pact has made a difference in your life, if you are grateful for the staff who have been there when you needed them, if it is important to your family that our programs continue, we ask you to give, if you are able, to maintain the programs, the services, and the staff who make it all happen. If you have the means, please make a tax-deductible donation to Pact today!

This is going to be a tough year for us, as we know it may be for you, but we will get through it together. Thank you for giving what you can. We have never needed it more.