Where Was Your Adopted Child Born?

Ethiopia

If your child was born in Ethiopia, then our African Caribbean Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children of the African Diaspora. Each year, more and more families with Ethiopian children are coming to our camp in Colorado. In fact, one of our camp Co-​Directors has children adopted from Ethiopia. We have incorporated Ethiopian culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are Ethiopian to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your Ethiopian children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Haiti

If your child was born in Haiti, then our African Caribbean Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children of the African Diaspora. Each year, more and more families with Haitian children are coming to our camp in Colorado. In fact, one of our camp Co-​Directors has children adopted from Haiti. We have incorporated Haitian culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are Haitian to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your Haitian children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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African Country

If your child was born in any of the African countries, then our African Caribbean Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children of the African Diaspora, so of course every year at camp we incorporate the African culture into our programming for all ages, highlighting different areas and regions of the continent each year. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Caribbean Country

If your child was born in any of the Caribbean countries, then our African Caribbean Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children of the African Diaspora, and every year at camp we incorporate the Caribbean culture into our programming for all ages, highlighting mostly Haiti due to the numbers of children at camp born there, but we are happy to expand our reach when a child comes to camp from another area of the Caribbean. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Guatemala

If your child was born in Guatemala, then our Latin American Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all Latino adopted children, whether born in Central or South America, or in the U.S. Each year, a large number of families with Guatemalan children come to our camp in Colorado. In fact, two of our camp Co-​Directors, have children adopted from Guatemala. We have incorporated Guatemalan culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are Guatemalan to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your Guatemalan children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Mexico

If your child was born in Mexico, then our Latin American Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all Latino adopted children, whether born in Central or South America, or in the U.S. Each year, a number of families with children born in Mexico come to our camp in Colorado. We have incorporated Mexican culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are of Mexican descent to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your Guatemalan children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Central American Country

If your child was born in a Central American country, then our Latin American Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all Latino adopted children, whether born in Central or South America, or in the U.S. Each year, a number of families with children born in Central American countries come to our camp in Colorado. We have incorporated Central American culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are Central American to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp. .

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South American Country

If your child was born in a South American country, then our Latin American Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all Latino adopted children, whether born in Central or South America, or in the U.S. Each year, a number of families with children born in South American countries, such as Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Colombia, etc. come to our camp in Colorado. We have incorporated South American culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are South American to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly transracial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly transracial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Kazakhstan

If your child was born in Kazakhstan, then our Russian/​Eastern European/​Central Asian (REECA) Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children born in the former Soviet Union countries. Each year, a number of families with children born in Kazakhstan come to our camp in Colorado. In fact, we have volunteer parents who create an entire “Kazakhstan Experience” for all of the children at camp. We have also found presenters who were born in Kazakhstan to come share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with adopting children internationally, and from the former Soviet Union. We realize that as your children grow, they may be dealing with issues faced by any adopted child, especially when they are born in another country, different from their parents. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who came from the same part of the world as they did for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being internationally adopted children from that same place in the world is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Ukraine

If your child was born in Ukraine, then our Russian/​Eastern European/​Central Asian (REECA) Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children born in the former Soviet Union countries. Each year, a number of families with Ukrainian children come to our camp in Colorado. In fact, we have volunteer parents who plan to create an entire “Ukrainian Experience” for all of the children at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with adopting children internationally, and from the former Soviet Union. We realize that as your children grow, they may be dealing with issues faced by any adopted child, especially when they are born in another country, different from their parents. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who came from the same part of the world as they did for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being internationally adopted children from that same place in the world is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Central Asian Country

If your child was born in one of the Central Asian countries, then our Russian/​Eastern European/​Central Asian (REECA) Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children born in the former Soviet Union countries. Each year, a number of families with children born in Central Asian countries, such as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, etc. come to our camp in Colorado, and we strive to highlight those particular countries at camp in the child’s age group. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with adopting children internationally, and from the former Soviet Union. We realize that as your children grow, they may be dealing with issues faced by any adopted child, especially when they are born in another country, different from their parents. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who came from the same part of the world as they did for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being internationally adopted children from that same place in the world is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Eastern European Country

If your child was born in one of the Eastern European countries, then our Russian/​Eastern European/​Central Asian (REECA) Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children born in the former Soviet Union countries. Each year, a number of families with children born in Eastern European countries, such as Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, etc. come to our camp in Colorado, and we strive to highlight those particular countries at camp in the child’s age group. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with adopting children internationally, and from the former Soviet Union. We realize that as your children grow, they may be dealing with issues faced by any adopted child, especially when they are born in another country, different from their parents. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who came from the same part of the world as they did for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being internationally adopted children from that same place in the world is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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United States

African American

If your child was born in the U.S. of African American descent, then our African Caribbean Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all adopted children of the African Diaspora. Many of our campers are domestically adopted African American children, and their families. In fact, one of our camp Co-​Directors has an African American adopted child, born in Colorado. We have incorporated African American culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are African American to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly trans-​racial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly trans-​racial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Asian

If your child was born in the U.S. of Asian descent, your family is welcome to attend one of the Asian camps we offer that incorporates your child’s cultural background. We spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly trans-​racial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly trans-​racial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp. Please go back to our home page to find the camp that celebrates your Asian-​American child’s birth heritage.

Domestic Adoption

If your child of any racial background was born in the U.S. and adopted donestically, your family is welcome and encouraged to attend our Domestic Adoption Camp. DAC celebrates the cultures of adoption, family, and friendship. Adoptees and their families face similar challenges no matter where the child was born. Creating a camp for families who adopted domestically and providing the same meaningful connections and support that our other heritage camps offer is an important addition to our organization. Please go to our Mailing List form to get ongoing information about this camp, and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to help plan this exciting camp, or would like more information.

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Latino

If your child was born in the U.S. of Latino descent, then our Latin American Heritage Camp is perfect for your family! The mission of this camp is to celebrate the heritage of all Latino adopted children, whether born in Central or South America, or in the U.S. Each year, many families with domestically adopted Latino children come to our camp in Colorado. In fact, one of our camp Co-​Directors, has a child of Latino descent, born in Colorado. We have incorporated Latino culture into our camp programming for all ages, and invite presenters and speakers who are Latino Americans to share their culture with us at camp. We also spend time at camp exploring the unique gifts and challenges that come with our mostly trans-​racial adoptive families. We realize that as your children grow, they will be dealing with issues faced by any child of color, no matter their country of birth. At our camp, they are with a sea of families who are like theirs, and with children who are in the majority for a few days. Though we celebrate and strive to highlight the different birth countries of our campers, the similarities of being adopted children of color in mostly trans-​racial families is what really bonds the children, and their families so immediately at our camp.

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Native American

Though currently we do not offer a camp for Native American adopted children and their families, it is something we are very interested in pursuing if a group of families wants to get one started. In the meantime, our Domestic Adoption Camp, for domestically adopted children of all races, might be a good place for your family. To receive further information about this camp, currently in the development stage, or to express interest in starting a Native American Heritage Camp, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Other Country

If you don’t see your child’s birth country listed here, and are interested in exploring the idea of starting a camp for your child, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , and we’d be happy to explore the idea with you. That is how every one of our camps got started – interested parents wanting to make a difference for their adopted children.

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