Act of Love Adoption Agency Announces 20 Years of Successful Open Adoptions

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Respected Utah Adoption Agency, Act of Love Adoptions, is pleased to announce that for over twenty years birth parents, children and adoptive families are enjoying the success of healthy open adoptions.

Act of Love Adoption Agency is pleased to announce their success in creating families through open adoption. As a leader in adoption services since 1993 specializing in open infant adoptions, Act of Love is seeing the success of healthy, well-adjusted families and children. Through specialized counseling to create healthy relationships, Act of Love is a leader in the adoption community in encouraging, creating, and facilitating post-adoption contact through open adoption. Act of Love works to create healthy boundaries, while empowering children, birth parents, and families with the tools to maintain a loving and healthy relationship in the future.

Act of Love is a charitable 501 (c) (3) non-profit adoption agency offering full-services to birth parents and adoptive parents. They are well-known in providing adoption services because of their compassionate treatment of birth parents. Birth Parents are able to enjoy the peace of mind and comfort that adoption is truly a great option for an unplanned pregnancy.

Act of Love serves hundreds of clients each year and works with many attorneys who are fellows of the American Academy Adoption Attorneys. Act of Love also works with agencies and other adoption professionals to bring children and families together, giving them the option of an open adoption.

CEO, Kathleen Kunkel said,“February is the month of love and our staff demonstrates true love each day as they work diligently along with birth parents to find loving, permanent homes for their children. For over twenty years we have been creating our legacy of healthy, happy, well-adjusted families. We encourage women experiencing an unexpected pregnancy to contact Act of Love to speak to an adoption professional about the possibility of choosing an adoption plan for an open adoption. Open adoption opens the doors for letters, pictures and contact following the placement should the birth parent choose.”

Kathleen Kunkel founded the agency on strong principles of integrity and the belief that everyone involved in the adoption triad deserves to be treated with dignity and given the respect to make choices for themselves. Ms. Kunkel celebrates a healthy heart with others as she is a survivor of Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy, a type of heart failure. Six years later at 61, with normal life expectancy, she is living proof that with will and determination even heart failure can be conquered. Her true spirit of giving from the heart is celebrated by all the clients she helps and serves.

She lives each day to the fullest and believes in the goodwill and charity she shows children, birth parents and adoptive families. The love and compassion that Kathy embodies, as well as the wonderful staff at Act of Love, is evident each day in the adoption work that happens at Act of Love. Many birth parents and adoptive parents can testify to the extraordinary care that they received at Act of Love.

The staff believes that adoption is truly an Act of Love. The brave and selfless birth parents who choose adoption along with the adoptive families that wrap their loving arms around these children, define the true meaning of love. The charitable acts given by the staff at Act of Love each day to clients and the adoption community demonstrate the love and dedication of each staff member.

Because Act of Love is a charitable 501 (c) (3) non-profit adoption agency, any gift or contribution is tax-deductible and enables the agency to continue their important work. For more information, visit:

About Act of Love Adoptions

Act of Love was founded in 1993 by Kathy Kunkel, who adopted 8 of her 10 children. Act of Love started in Kathy’s home and has since grown to become one of the leading adoption agencies in the country. The agency is known for its special treatment and attention given to birth parents and adoptive families along with the choices given to birth parents; including open adoption. Birth parents and adoptive families enjoy special treatment from the caring staff before and after the placement of their child.

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