Welcome to FCC-NW!
The Northwest Chapter of Families with Children from China (FCC-NW) is an organization whose goal it is to support families who have adopted children from China.
To join, click MEMBERSHIP in the tool bar above, and fill out the form.
Our organization sponsors several events in the Puget Sound area including a Chinese New Year's celebration, our annual summer heritage camp and a Mid-Autumn Moon Festival event. Our events are well attended, fun and create opportunities for our members to meet other families.
FCC-NW invites you to celebrate Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Saturday, September 13, 2014, 6:00 to 8:30 PM, in Seattle’s Magnuson Park, Shelter 2, Tables 1 & 2.
Potluck dinner, moon cakes and tea courtesy of Sun Travel, crafts, and a story for all ages “The Lady Chang E.” Suggested donation of $10 per family. Click here for details.
Book Club meeting
FCC-NW is hosting a book club on October 17!. Members, please sign in for more information and to register.
Stay in touch with FCC-NW
You can join our electronic news group here
We are also on Facebook ! Join the group to see photos and announcements.
The teen group also has a Facebook page
Online management and renew of your membership! Members who pay annual dues have access to all other current members via our secure member directory. If you aren't a current member or your membership has lapsed, please visit the Membership tab above to quickly and easily join! Member data is only visible to other paid members, and you can choose what information you would like to share.
The organization is run by volunteers and a volunteer board of directors. We encourage members to raise issues, make suggestions and participate. If there is an activity that you believe would benefit our members, please let us know and we will be happy to help advertise, schedule or sponsor it.
Visit our Events page to see what great things are coming up that you and your family might enjoy.
Visit our Resources page to view hundreds of links regarding everything from Asian gifts, education, dance, language, support groups, government webpages, orphanage links, charitable organizations, and so much more.