In the early phases of envisioning and planning for what fp365 would become, we frequently used the phrase “building an army” and that is exactly what we set out to do. Going in, we knew many who shared our passion for preserving families; for elevating adoptee voices and listening to original families and the paths … Continue reading We are FP365
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When we launched fp365, we asked you to join us in the fight for families as a part of the fp365 ARMY and we are thrilled to have each member on board. Over the course of the past few months our army has grown in numbers and together we’ve made quite an impact with our … Continue reading Love in Action
Below are several examples of common, coercive practices carried out by adoption agents, agencies, social workers, and the church. It’s crucial we’re aware of the ways in which pregnant women in our country are targeted and coerced into losing their children so that we may effectively fight together for family preservation. Coercion in Domestic … Continue reading Coercion and Adoption
When discussing family preservation we are often met with questions and pushback. Here, we’ve provided some helpful responses when fielding questions specific to family preservation vs. adoption. These are intended to be used as tools when having these critical conversations so that we may better educate society. What about the mothers who don’t want … Continue reading Why Family Preservation?
Education is key as we work to do our part in keeping families together. We are up against decades of silencing those who are most affected by family separation and a multi billion dollar industry based on deceit and coercion. Our three educational resources share directly from those who live with family separation. In order … Continue reading Learn More With fp365
Global Preservation A question we often hear in family preservation advocacy is, "But, what about the orphans?". 80% of all children living in institutionalized care have living family. These are families who have been separated due to poverty, desperation, and societal stigma. The best response we can give to this persistent question and concern is … Continue reading Global Preservation and Community
In the fight for global family preservation we must join forces to provide resources for expectant families and educate society. Together, as we build our army, we will create and infrastructure for families and limit separation for future generations. Why join? You want to minimize the unnecessary separation of families You have been affected by … Continue reading Enlist in Our Global Army