Children of All Nations is a leader.
Children of All Nations is an internationally recognized leader in adoption. Along with our 17 country programs, we also have charity projects and humanitarian aid in many of the countries we are in.

Children of All Nations is Hague Accredited.
Children of All Nations has received full Hague Accreditation for international adoption, recognizing our excellence in service and high standards of practice. We offer Hague training courses for families, a requirement for international adoption from Hague partner nations.

Children of All Nations is respected by US and China governments.
Children of All Nations has won the respect of US Congress, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and the US Department of State.

Children of All Nations is trusted.
Children of All Nations’ President & CEO, Snow Wu, was a Board Member of the Joint Council on International Children’s Services, and many countries rely on her to communicate protocol for international adoption.

Children of All Nations is experienced.
Since Great Wall China Adoption’s humble beginning in 1996, we have assisted more than 5,000 abandoned children find forever families here in the US. We hope to assist in bringing many more children out of orphanages and into the care of permanent, loving families.

Children of All Nations is continually growing and expanding.
Children of All Nations continues to grow our staff and expand our services in an effort to meet the growing number of families adopting.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 512-323-9595 or contact us here.

Great Wall China Adoption hosts CCCWA.
Great Wall and Children of All Nations had the honor of hosting a delegation of 22 CCCWA members in October, 2012 at our headquarters in Austin, Texas. The delegation toured the Capitol and met with State Representative Mark Strama where Ms. Gan Weiwei, who led the delegation, was presented with a Texas flag as a gift. The delegation also participated in informational presentations by Texas Department of Family and Protective Services staff regarding licensing for adoption agencies, and by GWCA/CAN staff regarding our successful waiting child program in China. It is important to discuss ways to help the waiting children in China, and GWCA/CAN is extremely thankful to work closely with CCCWA. The delegation enjoyed a tour of our office where they were able to meet the GWCA/CAN staff to learn more about all of our agency’s adoption programs. GWCA/CAN thanks CCCWA for their visit and for all they do to help the children of China!