RACE for the Orphans, Inc. is excited to announce that 4 amazing families will receive grants through this year’s RACE for the Orphans Grant Program. The 10th Annual RACE for the Orphans 5K will be held on May 7, 2022 and the more participants we have, the more money we can give to each family to help bring their children HOME. Register today!
The Jordan Family: Dallas, GA
Mark, Tiffany, and their biological son Ethan live in Dallas where Mark serves as a pastor and licensed clinical pastoral counselor. In 2015, with the help of a RACE Grant, the Jordans adopted a little girl from China. Mia had many medical challenges and tragically passed away in 2019 from a catastrophic seizure. The grief was overwhelming but the Jordans now feel God is leading them to adopt again, this time from Taiwan.
The Loftin Family: Sharpsburg, GA
Shane and Lindsay live in Sharpsburg with their two daughters and are active members of Community Senoia Church. They own a small business together and believe God wants them to grow their family through adoption. They believe children need to know that God created them the way He did for His purpose, which is to lead others to believe in Him. The Loftins are excited to adopt domestically from America.
The Platt Family: Auburn, GA
Adam, Tiffany, and their biological daughter live in Auburn where Adam is the missions pastor at their church and Tiffany is a registered nurse. The Platts state adoption was a calling God placed on their hearts before getting married. They see adoption throughout the Bible and want their children to experience two parents who love them unconditionally and show them the love of Christ. The Platts were recently matched with an 11-year-old girl in Colombia and hope to travel at the end of May to bring their daughter home!
The Youngblood Family: Atlanta, GA
Ryan, Hannah, and their biological daughter live in Atlanta where Ryan is an engineer and Hannah stays at home. Before getting married, Ryan and Hannah knew they wanted adoption to be part of their life together. They know that caring for orphans is a command but they also feel it is a calling for their family. After struggling through a miscarriage, the Youngbloods decided to move forward with the adoption process and are very excited to adopt domestically from America.