I Am a Dream Come True


Help us spread awareness with our, “I am a Dream Come True” t-shirt campaign. #Iamadreamcometrue

We are selling baby and toddler t-shirts to help raise funds for our endowment.

The shirts come in sizes 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 2T and 3T.

They are $12.00 plus $3 for S/H. Visit our paypal page to purchase.

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We are in the process of the 2106 grant submission process- the deadline is January 15, 2016. All applications must be postmarked by that date.

Visit our Grants page for more information.

To receive an application email us at info@parenthoodforme.org. Make sure to put “Adoption” or “Medical” in the subject line.

We wish you all peace and prosperity in the new year.




Season of Hope

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Today we start our Season of Hope Grant Cycle.

Deadline for applications is January 15, 2016.

Eligibility Requirements are as follows:

Parenthood for Me, Inc. does not base our grant applicant decisions on religion, marital status or sexual orientation.

We do take applicants who are experiencing infertility from a medical diagnosis such as cancer. And we do support our Veterans dealing with fertility issues due to their injuries.

  • Must be a US citizen residing in the US.
  • Must show financial hardship
  • Cannot currently have children
  • If adopting must have a completed homestudy
  • Must provide a letter from a Reproductive Endocronologist with your diagnosis/prognosis

Please check the FAQ page for any questions and further details.

PFM does not reimburse for a completed adoption or procedure.

A Family Like Mine on TV

Remember the Cheerios commercial that raised all the controversy with the interracial family? The ad received so many negative comments that it was pulled from the air. General Mills decided to reinstate a new version of the ad many months later after receiving more attention when it disappeared. People praised the company for depicting an interracial family and putting out a really cute ad.

I recently saw an ad for E.ggo waffle that hit home with me. The family is a white mom, dad and daughter in the first scene and then walks in an Asian son. I thought it was so awesome to see a family similar to mine in a mainstream tv ad. It gave me hope that when my children are a bit older, they will see more families like ours shown in the media.

But, my mind also turned to the fact that many people would have hateful and negative things to say about this commercial- making a bigger deal out of the fictional family and focusing on things that are unimportant.

If you haven’t seen the commercial yet, check it out here.