Holt International Children's Services

Eugene, OR

Founded: 1956

Tel: (541) 687-2202

Website: http://www.holtinternational.org

Top LeaderMr. Dan Smith

Donor Contact: Ms. Liana Stone

Member Since: February 1, 1987

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $21,534,425
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $4,424,179
   Total Revenue $25,958,604
   Total Expenses $30,081,569
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $18,709,606
Total Liabilities $3,964,405
Net Assets $14,745,201
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Holt International Children's Services is a Christian organization committed to expressing God's compassion for children. Founded in South Korea in 1956, Holt sought loving families in the U.S. for children left orphaned and abandoned in the wake of the Korean War - thereby pioneering the modern era of international adoption. Today, Holt continues to find and support permanent, loving families for children in countries around the world who are orphaned, abandoned or at serious risk of separation from their families. Much more than an adoption agency, Holt also develops and maintains a diverse set of overseas programs to give vulnerable children safe and nurturing environments in which to grow and thrive. Holt serves children and families regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender, and always puts the welfare of children first.

Grants from Holt’s Special Needs Adoption Fund offset the cost to adopt children with special needs, and also help families pay for any medical care the child may need once home. Your gift to Holt’s SNAF fund will help children join loving, permanent families of their own.
Orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children around the world need love; they need belonging and security. Established on a Christian foundation over 50 years ago, Holt International continues to be a world leader in international adoption, domestic adoption and programs that enable children to have families of their own. Through Holt you can bring a child into your life by adopting or by sponsoring the care of a child in our program.
Honor someone special with a gift of hope to children and families in need. Visit our website to view items in Holt’s Gifts of Hope catalog.
Help where it’s needed most. Your gift will help us immediately address the specific, vital needs of children and families – needs that might otherwise go unmet.
By providing livestock, vocational training or start-up funds for a small retail business, Holt helps struggling families work toward a place of self-reliance and lasting stability. Your support for Holt’s income-generating programs can help give families the tools and resources they need to care for their children.
Older children, children with special needs, and boys are the children now most in need of families through international adoption. Visit our website to learn more about adopting through Holt International.
A more nurturing alternative to institutional care, foster care provides the loving, personal attention children need to grow and thrive. Holt strives to place as many orphaned and abandoned children in foster care as possible while they wait to rejoin their birth families or join loving adoptive families. Typically, $85 – less than $3 a day – will cover one month of care for one child.
Holt’s sponsorship program supports vulnerable children who have lost their parents or are at risk of losing their families due to illness, poverty or other hardships. Depending on your sponsored child’s needs, your monthly donation can go toward everything from nutritious food, warm clothing and educational materials to safe shelter and attentive, nurturing care.
In many of the impoverished regions Holt serves, education is a child's best hope of escaping a life of poverty and despair. But many families can't afford the fees, textbooks and supplies children need to attend school. Your gift will help a child attain an education, and a brighter future!
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