Can You Help Ally?

Donna Jenkins asked me to reblog this from You Will Go Out With Joy via Twitter. I’m happy to oblige

“She is aging out but says, ‘YES, I want to be adopted!'”

That is what Reece’s Rainbow says about Ally, a girl who has forty-nine days unti her sixteenth birthday.

Many kids her age dream of getting a car. Ally has no such hopes. She just wants what most of us take for granted: a family.

Ally’s sixteenth birthday will mean one of two things: a future all alone or a future with her family. This is it. She has one more chance. After age sixteen she can’t be adopted any more.

Could you be her family? If not, please do what you can to help her get one. Help Ally get the sweetest sixteenth birthday present imaginable. Give if you can, but more importantly, share and pray like you never have before.

Ally’s family can’t find her if they don’t see her.

What’s it too me? I’ll let you in on a little secret: I was adopted. Of course, I was just a little baby at the time, but my life has been enriched by having a formal family. But many, like Ally, have never had that benefit. Someone like Ally could be helped with a family, even if it is just a few years till she’s an adult. Love is forever.

Is there anything you can do to help?

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5 Responses to “Can You Help Ally?”

  1. Mike G. says:

    My cousin was adopted as a baby. He once worked for NASA, yep, a rocket scientist, but now works for the state department as an FSO.

  2. john says:

    so Teach walk the walk and adopt her.

  3. That’s loathsome and despicable, John, even for you. But, I guess I should not expect anything better for a fucked in the head Progressive, who feels he needs to be a complete and utter asshole on a post that has nothing to do with politics.

    If you want to continue this behavior, I suggest you discontinue visiting my site. I won’t ban you, but that comment was beyond the pale, John. Way, way beyond, and shows that you have no compassion and no caring, and are simply an asshole.

  4. Casey says:

    You do have some …interesting… fans Mr. Teach. 🙂

    I feel sad for Ally; she seems a personable young lady.

    If I read the linked post correctly, she’s HIV+? How the devil can that happen? Mama passed it to her?

    Alas, I expect that particular detail will sink her chances for adoption.

  5. Forgotten_Gumballs says:

    Sadly, she also has severe inflammatory heart disease. I’m amazed she’s lived this long. Amazing. She’s got “heart”. I hope she is able to find a family, but sadly the chances of a near adult with severe health problems is very very slim.

    There are millions just like her. And we have people paying bribes and hush money to adopt kids from Russia and Africa.

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