FCC is a network of people from all over the world with a common interest - the many wonderful children who have been adopted from China. Members of FCC include families who have already adopted from China, people in the process of adopting, people just starting to think about it, and some adoption professionals. Across the world, these people have started local chapters of FCC. Some chapters are formally organized while others are more informal. However, all chapters share the following goals:
To advocate for and support the children remaining in orphanages in China,
To encourage adoption from China and support waiting families; and
To support families who have adopted from China through post-adoption and Chinese culture activities.
The activities put on by FCC chapters can include things such as newsletters, Chinese festival celebrations, directories of members, playgroups, Chinese language and culture classes for children and parents, picnics, and more. Check out the main FCC (New York) website for more information.