About Us

History

From WACAP’s grassroots beginnings as a local support group for parents who had adopted internationally, we've seen tremendous expansion in the scope of our services and the number of children we're privileged to help. In our early years, we placed children from just two countries: the United States and Korea. Later we developed adoption and/or child assistance programs in Thailand, India, Colombia, Ecuador, Hong Kong and the Philippines. In the 1990s, WACAP pioneered the first U.S. adoptions from China, Far East Russia and Romania. Since 2000, WACAP has launched additional programs in Bulgaria, DRC, Ethiopia, Haiti, Kazakhstan, Taiwan and Vietnam. In recent years, WACAP has also expanded stateside by adding branch offices in New York and Wisconsin.

Since 1976, WACAP has placed more than 10,000 children in loving adoptive families across the United States, and provided humanitarian aid to over 200,000 children worldwide. For more information on how you can help WACAP in its mission to help children in need of families, please contact us.

News

Sept 15, 17

—Jaydyn is a smart, funny, and thoughtful teen who really wants a family of his own. He has many interests, including sports, music, comics, and video games. He’s an inquisitive guy who is interested in how things are made and..... Learn more

“We have enjoyed working with WACAP so very much and we will enjoy our precious bundle of joy for many, many more years!” ~ Cindy & Joe

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Contact us

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 88948
Seattle, WA 98138

Main Office

315 S. Second St.
Renton, WA 98057

Phone: 206-575-4550
Fax: 206-575-4148
Toll-free: 1-800-732-1887
Email: wacap@wacap.org 

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New York Office

108 W. 39th St. Suite 805
New York, NY 10018

Phone: 212-302-6676
Toll-free: 1-800-977-6852

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Wisconsin Office

4818 S. 76th St., Ste 125
Greenfield WI 53220

Phone: (262) 377-7700
Fax: (262) 377-7745


Connecticut Office

40 Richards Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06854

Phone: (800) 732-1887

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