NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL ADOPTION AWARENESS & PHILANTHROPY MONTH

Join & Support GAGP
Help Us Sponsor 1,000 DNA Test Kits
Make a Difference in the lives who need to know their roots!!

OFFICIAL LAUNCH

Global Adoptee Genealogy Project (GAGP)

We are Filling in the GAGP by Helping Adoptees and Their Families Discover Their Biological & Cultural Roots
Through DNA Testing and Important Search & Reunion Resources

*For Each DNA Test Kit Sold, A portion of proceeds will benefit the Filling in the GAGP Fund  that will provide FREE DNA Testing to those in need

A Collaborative Project of the
 Mixed Roots Foundation 
Mixed Roots Foundation Raises awareness & funds for important post-adoption resources for the adoption & foster care community

FEATURED STORY

Meet Skyler

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SKYLER: Each of us has a story that is important to us because it makes up who we are!

"I also want to let other abandoned kids that they are not alone and even if they didn't start their life under the best circumstances they can still do positive and great things with their life."
"What a momentous occasion it was for me, after 20 years of fruitless research."

JONNIE: "What a momentous occasion it was for me, after 20 years of fruitless research."

"DNA testing, as my case suggests, can be critical to busting through the infamous 1870 brick walls for many African-American researchers."
Father's carrier status clue to son's health condition

GREG: "It was like a light bulb clicked. I've got to get his doctor to test him."

"It was like a light bulb clicked. I thought, "I've got to get his doctor to test him." His son was 7 at the time.
Smiling adoptee

MEGAN: "When I was younger, everyone just assumed I was Hispanic."

When asked how she felt about finding out her genetic makeup, she said, "I thought it was so cool."