Our primary goal is to serve as a trusted source of adoption education and support for schools, individuals and families. You can help by volunteering, donating and spreading the word.

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Become a Volunteer

We're a volunteer-driven organization, utilizing a dedicated base of more than 100 birth parents, adopted persons, adoptive parents, adoption professionals and others. Learn more now!

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You can help us open hearts to adoption with a donation of any size. Thank you for considering our organization, you gift is tax deductible.

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Please visit the Volunteer Website to navigate through the training process, complete your certification and find opportunities to share your adoption story. We are grateful for your interest in the Bellis’ Speakers Panel program.

Oct. 6: The Bellis Ball

05 July, 2017Posted In : Events

Join us at the Bellis Ball at 6 p.m., Friday, October 6! At a beautiful mansion in Minneapolis, we'l READ MORE

Speakers Workshops

16 May, 2017Posted In : Events

Join our teams of volunteers that bring adoption education into classrooms! Learn more and register READ MORE

Our organization makes an impact! See below

“Adoption to me means: unconditional love, unselfishness and maturity. I loved my child enough to give her a better life, and her adoptive family was able to experience the love of a daughter. Looking back, this decision demonstrated maturity far above the 15-year-old girl I was then. Adoption was my option.”

Valissa, Birth Mother

“Now is the time to also offer emotional support to birth mothers. And I cannot think of a more well-positioned organization than Bellis to offer this support through a weekend retreat for birth mothers.”

Kate Gillen

“Thank you for telling us all your personal stories. you have given us students a whole different outlook on adoption. Each one of your stories was different and unique in every way. Hope you come back soon. We’d love to see you again.”

High School Student