Impact

“Pressly is our world and we will always and forever be appreciative of Noah Z.M. Goetz Foundation for educating us on the adoption process, the confidence to move forward and follow our dream of having a family, and the grant to help us fund our adoption.”
Macy and Jonathan
Education Participants & Grant Recipients

Established as a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation in 2011, the mission of Noah Z.M. Goetz Foundation is to help North Carolinians experiencing infertility make the dream of parenthood a reality through education about the domestic adoption process and the provision of grant funding.

To date, Noah Z.M. Goetz Foundation has helped educate, guide, and support over 100 families across North Carolina. Our impact has been featured in Adoption Today magazine and highlighted by the National Council for Adoption as a “life-changing program for children and families.”  The 2016 book, “The Art of Waiting: On Fertility, Medicine, and Motherhood,” by critically acclaimed author Belle Boggs includes the story of the foundation and our impact.  The book was named by O, The Oprah Magazine, one of the Top 10 Books of 2016.

Since Noah Z.M. Goetz Foundation began in 2011:

  • 25 children have been adopted
  • 21 families have been built or expanded through domestic adoption
  • 127 families have been educated about domestic adoption as a potential path to parenthood
  • $15,500 in grants have been made to support 14 families during their domestic adoption process

Updated June 23, 2017