About

Great Wall China Adoption is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Austin,Texas. Since 1996, Great Wall has assisted the Chinese government in placing more than 8,000 children with forever families. Between the headquarters located in Austin, Texas and the sister office in Beijing, China, we work on behalf of families each day to be experts at exceeding China’s requirements and adoptive families’ expectations by staying updated on aspects of China adoption.

Great Wall China Adoption’s dedicated team is focused on delivering international adoption services without sacrificing intimate guidance. GWCA has an expert to guide your family through each phase of the adoption process. From dossier to travel, to our Waiting Child Program and our charitable missions, Great Wall China Adoption offers families more options, more dedication to personal service, and more amenities than any other non-profit adoption agency. Let us help you begin your journey towards international adoption and helping your family grow today!

Great Wall also sets itself apart from other agencies by having an international office in the Chinese capital of Beijing, where your adoption can be priority for our staff. This office is vital to bring your child home as soon as possible! Great Wall’s China Division is fully staffed by bi-lingual, permanent employees.

Mission Statement

Great Wall China Adoption/Children of All Nations is dedicated to helping children around the world find loving and permanent families of their own through international adoptions and cross cultural exchange programs, in accordance with The Hague Convention on Protection of Children, and US and international laws.

Core Value

Great Wall China Adoption/Children of All Nations believes children should grow up in a setting that offers them the optimal conditions for full emotional, cultural and physical development.

Goals

In accordance with our mission, at Great Wall China Adoption/Children of All Nations we aim to accomplish three goals:

  • Work with countries around the world to find homes for orphaned and abandoned children.
  • Assist US and foreign governments to improve both the international adoption process and laws to protect children.
  • Act as ambassadors to educate the public toward building a better relationship between the US and other countries.