Adoptees' Birthrights Committee (ABC) is a private, volunteer driven, charitable organization providing non-profit search and support assistance.
The purposes for which this organization was formed are:
To exchange information regarding adoption procedures, laws and public policy regarding adoption.
To provide for the education of persons interested in adoption procedures and problems.
To study and advocate public policy in the field of adoption legislation, practice and procedures.
To issue publications in the field of adoption.
To help Adoptees, adoptive parents, birthparents and others to obtain psychological support and fellowship.
To provide non-profit assistance to help members who have been adopted to locate their biological relatives and to obtain information about their antecedents; provided where the adoptee is under the age of 18, the written consent of the adoptive parents shall first be obtained and presented to the organization.
Adoptees Birthrights Committee initiates activities directed towards fulfilling these goals, general meetings, search workshops, education forums, newsletters, etc.