Our company was founded in 2014. National Registry For Adoption (NRFA) is comprised of people with first-hand experience in child and embryo adoption or donation. Headquartered in Dallas, TX. As current families looking for embryo donors we understand what you are going through whether you are looking for a child adoption or to embryo transfer. We created this service specifically to ease the challenges of donating embryos or finding your match in our adoption registry. We know how long and frustrating the adoption process can be so trust us that we do our best to make adopting or matching easy and fast.
Leveraging our collective experience as parents, mothers, dads, sons, and daughters, we create extraordinary, elegant family adoption and donation solutions. We are a Christian run organization that is deeply honored to be a part of God’s plan in the lives of these precious unborn embryos.
In order to effectively serve our employees and customers, National Registry For Adoption is committed to:
Leveraging adoption and donation resources from expert providers, doctors, and lawyers to attain exceptional results.
Providing adoption solutions powered by our minds, but fueled by our hearts.
Committing to the highest of ethical standards to garner faith and respect all throughout the embryo adoption or donation process.
Striving to exceed expectations in quality, care, and affordability. We are always trying to improve our product and actively seek feedback to learn from you.
Continually seeking to simplify and improve processes of matching donors with adoptee families.
Honoring the sanctity of life in our words and practices. We cherish life and know that all families and donors in our network do too.
Based on their own experiences living through infertility, NRFA co-founders Katie Cline and Charis Boone, created NRFA to help families grow. In vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures in the United States continue to expand dramatically and are predicted to exceed 26 billion dollars in procedures by 2022. While more women turn to IVF to build their families, donated frozen embryos amount to only one percent of total Assisted Reproductive Technology cycles. Calling upon their entrepreneurial backgrounds, Katie and Charis envisioned NRFA to ease the challenges of donating embryos or finding an embryo adoption match. Click their profiles to read more.
“The road through infertility can be a costly one, both emotionally and financially. The adoption process can be long, frustrating, and expensive. NRFA does its best to make adoption matching easy and fast through our online matching concept,” said Charis Johnson, NRFA co-founder.
NRFA’s matching service offers a way to securely communicate with other NRFA users to find the perfect match for a family’s unique situation. “NRFA’s goal is to simplify the embryo adoption process, so that families spend less time waiting and more time connecting with embryo donors or waiting embryo adoption families,” said Katie Cline, NRFA co-founder. “We are mothers with young children and also experienced entrepreneurs. We saw a business need.”
NRFA has helped guide hundreds of families through the medical and legal framework of embryo adoption and donation. Regardless of whether an individual decides to use NRFA’s services, NRFA provides educational resources to help families understand embryo donation and adoption. All NRFA resources and services are available online, making it easier for families to become an embryo donor or recipient.