So you have been asked to write a reference letter for a friend who is adopting. What exactly do you need to write down? Reference letters for adoption are an important element of the home study process. You’ve been asked to write this letter because you know a lot about your friend’s personality, character, and relationships with youngsters.
A sample character reference letter for adoption is provided below. It gives a general notion of what should be said, but it is not to be followed to the letter. Any letter that does not appear to follow a template will have a better chance of success.
sample adoption reference letter
December 27, 2021
To Whom It May Concern,
An adoption is a serious and person commitment that will extend for the rest of a child’s life. As a friend and co-worker of Jayme Reynolds, I can think of no better person to be a mom. Jayme has always been very nurturing, even as a child.
Her dollies were the best dressed and cutest on the block. I always knew that one day she would make the greatest mother and having the chance to fulfill her dreams with make both her and her husband whole.
Nurturing comes very naturally to Jayme, as she cares and respects all life. While she tends to be more of a coddler, her husband Jeff is the perfect balance to her. He tends to have a firm handle on discipline and to know how to handle even the most difficult child.
He has been over the bus ministry at our local church for the past 10 years. He has controlled children from all walks of life and though he has a stern exterior, I have often seen him throw his arms around them and hug them too. Together I think they would make the perfect parents for any child.
To conclude, if you are considering them for adoption, you should have no worries. They are upstanding citizens both in our community and in our inner circle.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to call me at 740-980-4567. I can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org