Freya is a healthy 15-year-old girl who wants to adopted.
Freya is healthy 15-year-old girl living in a children’s center who wants to be adopted.
Freya’s mother left her when she was still very young and Freya lived with her grandmother and cousin where she was abused. She was then taken to a children’s center where no one has visited her since 2019.
When she arrived at the children’s center, she was very behind in school but has since made significant progress. She is now in the sixth grade, keeps her grades up and says she likes school.
Her hygiene habits are very good. She likes to keep her room clean and her bed is always made. She also volunteers to clean and wash dishes at the children’s center.
She loves animals and likes to watch TV, listen to music and walk through the park with her friends in her free time.
Freya has a very strong desire to be adopted with no doubts. She sees other children at the center being visited and feels abandoned and lonely. She is ready to have her own set of parents. Could that be you?
Upbring International Adoption is the primary provider facilitating adoptions from Bulgaria. Upbring partners with New Beginnings Association, a foundation accredited by the Bulgarian government, to find loving and compassionate adoptive families for children living in Bulgarian orphanages. Freya is one of many waiting children in Bulgaria.
If you would like to find out more about children available for adoption in Bulgaria, contact Upbring International Adoption: email [email protected]. You may also call 800-396-4611 and ask to speak to the International Adoption team.