Donna K. Evans Foundation Blog Posts for Information About Adoption

Adoption and Coronavirus (Covert-19): Faith Over Fear

Adoption and Coronavirus (Covert-19): Faith Over Fear

These times are so uncertain for everyone, chartering into this unknown season can generate fear, anxiety and a myriad of feelings.  Stories on the news show people stockpiling toilet paper, paper towels and basic necessities, numbers of confirmed cases rising, death...

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Maintaining Contact with Your Birth Mother

Maintaining Contact with Your Birth Mother

Open adoption has the promise of so many positive attributes and aspects for all members of the adoption triad; birth mother, adoptive parents and adopted child.  Open adoption often begins with promises and commitments on behalf of the birth mother and adoptive...

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Is It Difficult to Adopt?

Is It Difficult to Adopt?

Why do people perceive that it is difficult to adopt?  Is it true?  What aspects are difficult?  Is adopting difficult for everyone or just some people.  Why does this perception exist? There are lots of reasons that the perception or notion that adopting is difficult...

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Working in the Adoption World

Working in the Adoption World

So often, everyone from family members, friends, clients, strangers or really anyone who catches wind that I work in the adoption field seems to be really curious as to what it is really like to work in the adoption world. My favorite go-to answer is “It’s the best...

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Help One, Save Many

Help One, Save Many

It’s that time of year, where holidays are around the corner and people are looking to find a place to give back and donate.  Look no further, you found your place.  While the Donna K. Evans Foundation spearheads its resolve to assist women who have privately placed...

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Why Begin An Adoption Aftercare Program Now?

Why Begin An Adoption Aftercare Program Now?

I often get asked – why did you start the DKE Foundation?  Why, when you are so busy already? 7 kids, 2 dogs, a cat…why? I believe all people have a purpose in life; this is mine.  All the roads in my life have lead me to where I am today.  I do what I love, but more...

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THREE SETS OF PETERSEN VICTIMS AND WHAT TO DO NEXT

Building Arizona Families is committed to the integrity of the adoption process.  This includes the protection of vulnerable children around the world, nurturing and caring for Arizona women experiencing crisis pregnancies, and walking beside hopeful adoptive families...

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Birth Mothers Do Experience Grief

Birth Mothers Do Experience Grief

The best day of one woman’s life, may be the worst day of another’s. “There are two different kinds of strength. There’s the strength to make a parenting plan and then there’s the strength to give that plan to another.” - Unknown Birth Mothers do experience grief and...

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Memorializing What Matters in Life

Memorializing What Matters in Life

The simple irony of writing this blog on what should have been my biological mother’s 63rd birthday is uncanny.  Before I met my biological mother, I had worked with birth mothers for approximately 3 years. During that time, I gave my heart and soul to those who gave...

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