I'd like to find out more about bringing Wallace into our family.

In the fall of 2005, Child Saving Institute created the Nebraska Heart Gallery to showcase older children available for adoption in the Omaha area. Child Saving Institute’s mission has always been “Responding to the cry of a child” and with your help, we continue to respond to the needs of older children and youth awaiting a safe, nurturing Forever Family.

Wallace

14 years old

Photographed by Lane Hickenbottom

Have you ever wondered about the game of Minecraft?  Maybe contemplated things like what are red stones and how are they used??  Well Wallace, the Minecraft King, can answer all these questions and more.  He absolutely loves the game and loves talking about it.  The excitement, the high energy and his giant smile will keep you captivated.  Wallace is not limited to Minecraft conversations though.  He has a passion for exploration and discovery.  He would happily spend hours outside, watching the ants and birds, catching snakes, and in general delighting in all things he finds.  Of course in Nebraska, part of the year the ground is covered in ice and snow, no problem!  Wallace dives into the winter season with gusto!  He loves to sled, dig out forts and build snowmen.  Wallace is a great kid who at a young age has already discovered you can learn as much from explorations and experiences as you can in school.  

Connections

Wallace needs to maintain contact with his grandmother.

I'd like to find out more about bringing Wallace into our family.

In the fall of 2005, Child Saving Institute created the Nebraska Heart Gallery to showcase older children available for adoption in the Omaha area. Child Saving Institute’s mission has always been “Responding to the cry of a child” and with your help, we continue to respond to the needs of older children and youth awaiting a safe, nurturing Forever Family.