Lake County IL Women's Group Sponsors Two Orphans from Russia

Gurnee, IL (PressExposure) November 20, 2007 -- The Women in Networking Group of Lake County, IL, recently heard a short talk from one of their members that changed their lives. Debbie Mumm, an Adoption Coach with, shared her experiences with adopting her children from orphanages in Russia. She found the International Adoption process to be complicated, expensive and full of unknowns.

With millions of orphaned children living in international orphanages it was frustrating to Mumm that the international adoption process was so complicated that most people never attempt to help these orphaned kids. She decided to become an Adoption Coach to assist people in the international adoption process so they could find the money needed, find a reputable agency and use her step by step system towards building a family through international adoption.

Mumm gives a percentage of her income to a Christian organization, known as Lifeline of Hope, that directly helps orphanages in some of the poorest countries in the world. Not all people can take another child into their family to help with the plight of orphans but most can afford to give $10 a month to feed or clothe an orphaned child. This organization gives 99% of all its money directly to orphanages in need. Mumm will be speaking about this organization at the Dec. 1st Holiday Expo to be held at the University Center in Grayslake. You can read about Lifeline of Hope at

About Lake County IL Women in Networking

The Women in Networking group of Lake County, IL, actively helps each other by giving referrals to help their businesses grow. They immediately felt that the need to help orphaned children could impact their lives in a variety of ways. With November being Adoption Awareness Month they decided to use some of their dues to adopt two Russian orphans for a year through Lifeline of Hope.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 20, 2007 at 10:13 pm
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