The Never Alone Foundation

A nonprofit organization

$31,854 raised by 67 donors

64% complete

$50,000 Goal

We invite you to walk with us on this journey as we endeavor to build upon Laurel, Hannah, Zoe and Lucy Constantinides' labor of love by continuing to create family and community through the gift of adoption.


We though it was going to be impossible, but the Never Alone Foundation just changed our life and made it possible to adopt our foster son! Thank you! -- Matthew Z.

We arrived home in October 2017 with our 5 new children, from Bulgaria. They are very good kids, and we are so happy to have them. Things haven't been without their struggles, but all in all, I think things have gone extremely well! They are adjusting and doing well in school (although they are behind their peers), and their English is coming along so well! The two oldest boys have joined the soccer team at the middle school, and our daughter has just started gymnastics (3 of her sisters are competitive gymnasts).
We are forever grateful for the Never Alone Foundation's help in bringing our children home!
Thank you,
Tisha G.

Thank you for the grant awarded to our family. We appreciate it greatly. Thank you for helping us bring our son home.
Thank You,
Daniel & Melissa B.


The Never Alone Foundation invests in families connected with the international adoption community. Drawing from the foundation's reservoir, we bridge the financial gap to assist parents in bringing orphaned children home. We also offer aid to parents shouldering significant medical expenses as they endeavor to bring their youngsters to full physical health. And finally, Never Alone provides financial assistance allowing families to access the unique post-placement services and support that help children with adoption challenges learn to be born in their parents' hearts.

Background Statement

Alex and Laurel Constantinides built their family through international adoption. They had three amazing daughters, Hannah and Zoe, both of whom were adopted from China, and their blessing from Korea, Lucy. Laurel and Alex were incredible parents who worked tirelessly to answer the unique call of each of their girls. Their family became a beacon for international adoption, and Laurel, especially, lit the way for other adoptive families.

It was after Laurel and Alex welcomed Hannah home that Laurel began applying her degree in social work to serve the adoption community. Laurel quickly became hugely sought after in the agencies with whom she worked. First and foremost an adoptive parent, Laurel's way of doing her work was dynamic and engaging. The families she served were inspired by her love and encouragement, and she had a unique way of empowering parents in their relationships with their children.

If Laurel was the adoptive family's biggest champion, Hannah, Zoe and Lucy were its biggest ambassadors. Each sweet girl touched every person they met with their own unique fingerprint; Hannah with her deeply compassionate care for everyone around her, Zoe with her spark and spunk and Lucy with her grace and absolute joy.

On July 19, 2011, a tragic accident took Laurel, Hannah, Zoe and Lucy away from everyone who loved them. Because of the fingerprints they left on every heart they touched, their deaths came as a significant blow to the local adoption community in Colorado.

Established in their memory, The Never Alone Foundation is a continuation of the Constantinides Family's heartbeat in the adoption community. Serving families who adopt internationally is the most natural expression of loving and honoring this one-of-a-kind woman and her three extraordinary daughters.

Countless families benefited from Laurel's insight, wisdom, friendship and support while they were forming their families by heart. With the foundation's creation, the legacy of support, community and family will continue far into the future by closing long standing gaps for adoptive families in funding, connection and services.

Organization Data


Organization name

The Never Alone Foundation

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Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations

Organization Size

Small Organization


PO Box 715
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Service areas

El Paso County, CO, US



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