Miracle Mission: Emanuel

UPDATE: We are so excited to share that Emanuel has found his forever family! To learn about other children still waiting for their forever family, visit our international adoption photolistings.

“I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted.” Job 42:2

Baby Emanuel is an absolute joy! Emanuel has a lively personality and is a natural charmer—he wins over everyone he meets with his brilliant smile! Little Emanuel loves playing with toys, especially when they light up or have music.

22-month-old Emanuel has an amazing laugh and, like most babies, loves hearing his name! Emanuel is not afraid of strangers and has grown to become a great sharer. It’s no surprise that sweet Emanuel also interacts well with his friends and caregivers.

Emanuel was abandoned when he was just 6 months old and has spent the last year with a wonderful, loving foster family! This individualized love and attention has been invaluable for this sweet baby’s development. Emanuel has Down syndrome and attends special developmental classes each day where he plays with music and toys and enjoys outside activities.

Emanuel is such a loving child—he loves giving hugs! Emanuel is progressing so well—he can sit independently, walk with a walker, and is also able to feed himself! See more photos of Emanuel here: Video

We can’t wait to see what’s possible for Emanuel! God knows that Emanuel “can do all things” with the love of a family!

Emanuel needs to find his forever family by August 7th! If Emanuel is not matched with a family soon, he will return to the shared list and AGCI will no longer be able to advocate for him. Please reach out to us if you’d like to learn more about Emanuel!

Emanuel is available for immediate placement. Families do not need to have a dossier completed to accept him. Approved families may also apply for the Special Treasures grant which will cover up to $5,000 in agency fees!

To learn more about Emanuel, please contact Carin Sherman at csherman@allgodschildren.org or 503-327-7407!