LDS Family Services and Adoption.com announced today that they are working together to increase adoption opportunities for hopeful adoptive parents who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Adoption.com has created a free LDS adoption site at Adoption.com/LDS. LDS Family Services will also pay the expense for eligible members to gain increased exposure on Adoption.com, the world’s most-used adoption site.
Adoption.com/LDS was developed to help LDS hopeful adoptive parents connect with people who are considering an adoption placement for their child. This site is a place where local LDS church leaders, LDS Family Services workers, and others can access profiles of LDS hopeful adoptive parents. The site currently being used for this purpose, ItsAboutLove.org, has been redirected to Adoption.com/LDS.
Adoption.com has upgraded its popular adoption profiles service, Parent Profiles℠, with many new features and a new mobile-responsive design, and is integrating Parent Profiles within the Adoption.com site. LDS Family Services will also pay for all eligible members to be listed on the new Adoption.com Parent Profiles through February 2016.
LDS Family Services assists leaders in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by providing resources that are in harmony with gospel principles. For more information, or to find your local LDS Family Services office, please visit adoption.lds.org.
Adoption.com is the internet’s most-used adoption site, with millions of monthly page views (sources: Quantcast.com and Google Analytics). In addition to Parent Profiles, Adoption.com provides many different services: The Adoption.com Community has 230,000+ members and 2.9 million posts. Adoption.com Reunion Registry has 450,000+ adoption records. Adoption.com Photolisting lists thousands of children waiting to be adopted.
Adoption.com was founded by a BYU student in 1997 and is provided for people of all faiths.