Sample Press Releases

Customize these sample press releases to promote your organization's National Adoption Month initiatives or raise awareness about the needs of children and youth who are waiting in foster care for adoptive families.

Sample National Adoption Month press release 1

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Everyone Can Promote National Adoption Month

November Is National Adoption Month

CITY, STATE—[Provide a summary of the key information about your story, event, etc. This should be brief and answer who, what, when, where, and why. Some examples of key information could include details of your organization's National Adoption Month kickoff event, a foster care alum's personal story about how he or she benefited from local community assistance, or an upcoming prospective adoptive parent meeting or waiting child match-up event.]

November is National Adoption Month. This month and throughout the year, [insert your organization's name] encourages all families and local organizations to raise awareness of the more than 100,000 children and youth in the U.S. foster care system who are waiting for permanent families. [Insert any community-based stats that you have.]

[Insert a quote from your spokesperson or local political figure that encourages readers to participate in local National Adoption Month activities.]

[Provide a URL for more information, event details, and who to contact.]

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Sample National Adoption Month press release 2

November is National Adoption Month. More than 100,000 children and youth in the U.S. foster care system are awaiting permanent families. National Adoption Month is a time to raise awareness about the adoption of children and youth from foster care.

The Children's Bureau in partnership with AdoptUSKids and Child Welfare Information Gateway sponsors the initiative each November as a way to focus public attention on the urgent need for adoptive families for children and youth waiting in foster care for a permanent family. This year's focus, "Partnering for Permanency," builds on the social media theme from last year. A special web page on Information Gateway's website helps child welfare professionals, prospective adoptive parents, and youth partner for permanency. The website contains resources, stories, and videos on topics such as getting started with social media, how to build a recruitment campaign, and how social media impacts child welfare and adoption. The website can be found at http://www.childwelfare.gov/adoption/nam/.

For more information about National Adoption Month and to learn about local programs and activities in your community, contact [insert your organization's contact information].

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