If you’re looking to join and follow some helpful and uplifting adoption Facebook groups and pages, here are our top picks.
1 – I Love Adoption // Adoption.com posts about all things adoption. They also share articles from Adoption.com and post about hopeful adoptive couples.
2 – Love What Matters shares lots of different stories on their page from their website. They post any stories to do with love, including stories about adoption and family.
3 – Foster Care & Adoption posts about anything to do with foster care and adoption, from articles to books to memes. They also run a Foster Care & Adoption Group which is closed but people are welcome to join.
4 – Search Squad is a closed group. It is a group for adoptees, birth families, and genealogists. It is free to join, you just need to answer a question first. It was created to help people in their searches.
5 – International Adoption is a page that posts articles all about international adoption to share and educate.
6 – LDS Adoption is a page that posts about articles and gifts related to adoption. They provide resources for those in the LDS community who are considering adoption.
7 – LifeLong Adoptions is an adoption agency. They post about hopeful adoptive couples, articles, and children placed for adoption.
8 – Parent Profiles is a page that shares the profiles of adoptive parents. This page helps connect hopeful adoptive parents with expectant parents who are considering an adoption plan.
9 – Adoption.org-Ask a Question is a page that is connected to Adoption.org. They post about adoption gifts, articles to answer adoption questions, and more.
10 – Birth Mom Strong mainly posts articles about birth mothers, and it is run by Adoption.com. It was created to show support for birth moms and give them a place to share their stories.
11 – Adoption Search & Reunion is a closed group, you need to answer questions to join. This group was created to help and support adoptees, birth parents, and others with their searches.
12 – Christian Adoption is a page which mainly posts about articles related to adoption. It is a page focused on Christians who are involved in adoption.
13 – China (Chinese) Adoption is a page for anyone interested in or involved in adoption from China. They mostly post articles about adoption.
14 – Domestic Adoption Support Group is a closed group. It was created as a positive, safe place for those going through the adoption process and for those who have adopted.
15 – Private Adoption-Connecting the Hearts of Birth Mothers is a closed group where you have to answer questions to join. This was made to be a safe space to connect hopeful adoptive parents and expectant women.
16 – Private Adoption & Birth Mothers Seeking Families is a closed group to help birth moms and hopeful adoptive parents meet. Hopeful parents can make profiles in this group, however, birth moms need to message the admin prior to joining.
17 – I Love Foster Care and Adoption is a page for those interested in foster care and/or adoption. They mainly post articles about adoption and foster care.
18 – Open Adoption is a page that discusses open adoption. They post videos, gifts, and articles about open adoption.
19 – Adoption Stuff Worth Sharing – Adopting.org is a page connected with Adopting.org. They share posts about adoption gifts, adoption articles, and more.
20 – Adoption Discussion & Education Group is a closed group. This is a group to discuss and educate all of those involved in adoption on all sides of the adoption triad.
21 – New York Adoption is a page which post about gifts and articles to do with adoption. Although it is titled “New York Adoption,” most of the shared pieces are more generally related to adoption.
22 – Utah Adoption is a page which is focused on people in Utah who are interested and involved in adoption. They post about articles and gifts related to adoption.
23 – I Love Adoption by Adoption.com Group is a closed group. This group is run by Adoption.com. It was made to be a safe place where you can discuss adoption topics with others.
All over the world, there are people who speak about their experiences with adoption. These are some of our top picks of current adoption influencers on Facebook. Who would you add to the list?