Caitlyn Chappell

is adopting a child from United States of America

It's getting real!

Most of you know our story, but to say that it's been a long road would be an understatement! Justin and I have tried several different ways to grow our family for several years. We are so ready to be in the adoption process in hopes to bring a child into our home. We have completed all of the required paperwork and are in the process of completing our home study visits. We are using a wonderful local agency, Hope's Promise, to help complete our home study, and Journey Adoption Consultants to help us match with the child we will bring into our home.

We are beyond excited and are doing everything we can to be prepared to welcome a beautiful new life into our home. As part of our adoption process, we have started a crowdfunding campaign. It may surprise you to hear that adoption related costs can easily total up to $50,000 or more. We wanted to find a way to help support our adoption while still receiving a tax deduction, if desired.

We hope that by inviting you into this process, you will see yourself as part of the community we hope to build around our child as he/she grows up.

Adoption Status

Completing Paperwork


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  • Gert, Inge & Minke Reinders gave $100
    I do not know what to say. I adopted my wife’s daughter and that was that best decision I ever made. I hope our small contribution will help you in your process of many unknows with the end result of only happiness. From Moorreesburg, SA
  • The Blackbaud Giving Fund o/b/o Jordan Chapell gave $49
    Donation by check
  • Terra share gave $50
    Congratulations!!!! So happy for you
  • Bev Rarick gave $400
  • Sally Knight gave $2,000
  • Darren and Melissa Thornberry gave $165
    Excited for you!
  • Kaitlyn Merritt gave $2,000
  • The DeGroots gave $500
  • Johnny Kidd gave $250
  • scott and Kathy Hase gave $200