July 16, 2020 – Adoption is an important process for many families across the United States. Each year, 135,000 children are adopted in this country. The adoption process is lengthy and can be expensive for prospective new parents. As the costs of adoption have exponentially risen, Associates Home Loan want to help ease some of the financial burden.
Associates Home Loan is interested in providing financial assistance for deserving families that need help to achieve their goal of expanding their families. They empathize with the struggle many couples in the United States have in being able to biologically add to their families and fully understand the financial struggle many may face.
Associates Home Loan is dedicated to public service as well as to their customers’ needs. When the company learned of the financial burden placed on prospective adoptive families, they decided to offer the grant to families who want to provide loving and permanent homes to children.
In order to apply for the grant, families must have a home study completed and available to be shared with the scholarship committee. Recipients need to share this information with the scholarship organizers along with filling out a form on their website.
Funds are only payable in USD. The grant money will be mailed directly to the adoption agency of the recipient’s choice.
When families adopt, they have the ability to provide a loving home to a child in need. Not every family is able to have a biological child, and many families choose to add a child to their family through the adoption process. Since the process is lengthy and costly, Associates Home Loan wants to help ease some of the burden via this grant.
Associates Home Loan believes in supporting the community, especially where adoption services are concerned.
The grant is distributed to two recipients each year. The deadlines for the upcoming year are December 30, 2020 and June 15, 2021.
Company Name: Associates Home Loan Adoption Grant
Contact Person: Echi Rivera
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Country: United States