Our Story

Children of All Nations (CAN) is one of America’s leading international adoption agencies. CAN is dedicated to improving the lives of children by reaching out to nations around the world to place children and give humanitarian aid globally.

For over 25 years, CAN has been placing children, advocating for improved legislation and international relations, and initiating charity programs focused on child welfare.

Children of All Nations is a fully Hague-accredited 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the highest of service standards.

Children of All Nations was established in response to the ever-changing needs of orphaned children around the world and the challenges adoptive families face. International programs provide families more adoption options, and the opportunity to get involved in their adopted child’s home country.

Current Adoption Programs

We currently offer programs in the following countries: China, Burundi, Bulgaria, the Dominican Republic, Malawi, and Haiti.

Orphan Care Programs

Walking families through adoption is just one of the many ways we can improve the lives of children around the world. As a result, CAN is taking an active role in making lasting improvements in countries all over the world, and we encourage our clients to join us. Our multiple donation and sponsorship programs provide families, professionals, and even children opportunities to give medical care, improve education, aid in construction, or simply share kind thoughts to brighten someone’s day.

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


Exchange Student Hosting Programs

Exchange Student Hosting is a cultural exchange program under CAN Family. We are currently accepting wonderful students’ applications from Spain, Italy, Brazil, Belgium, Germany, China, Thailand, South Korea and other Asian countries for the upcoming school year. If you have a spare bed, can provide three meals a day, and have a nurturing environment, you can help these students achieve their dreams while also learning about another culture. To learn more about hosting, please visit HostingTo meet our wonderful students, please visit Photolisting.