We met his birth-mother for the first time…when we met our baby. He was a healthy, gorgeous African American boy, and we named him Luke Andrew on the spot. The next day we took him home . . .
My first marriage dissolved when I was in my early thirties…without children. When I married David at age 34, I was hopeful and looked forward to bringing children from our union into the world . . .
As a young girl growing up in a family of seven, I remember how much I desired to be around babies and toddlers. I was absolutely enamored with them . . .
Alright! We are getting all of our ducks in a row to start raising funds to help families make happy homes through adoption . . .
Visit our About Us page to learn how The Be Forever Home Project began . . .
. . . with the creation of a family.
Joanne was born in Salinas, CA on August 2, 1951 and raised in that agricultural, rodeo town with four siblings. She hopes to reach out to people interested in foster care and adoption, but have not done so yet due to lack of funds, knowledge, or encouragement.