DNAngels is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to solving the mystery of DNA for each client we serve – at no cost – through genetic genealogy expertise and support services.
The organization was created based upon our belief that everyone deserves to know and understand who they are and where they came from.
To ensure every person has access to information about their individual genetic genealogy.
To provide no-cost genetic answers to adoptees, donor conceived, or any person who has been impacted by a non-paternal event (NPE) following a DNA test and wishing to explore biological connections. We understand the unique emotional impact felt by those struggling with biological questions or unexpected DNA test results and offer a beneficial online support system to our clients.
Who We Are
DNAngels is a collective of individuals, all of whom have been impacted either personally, or through a loved one. The organization is comprised of skilled genetic genealogy experts – Search Angels – along with other dedicated volunteers who offer support and advocacy for our clients. DNAngels was incepted in February 2019. We are very proud to say we solve more than 90% of all cases we accept.
How You Can Help Further Our Mission
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we rely entirely on funding and in-kind donations from foundations, corporations and individuals. We also rely heavily on the volunteerism of our Search Angels and staff for operational purposes.
DNAngels is always in need of support to continue our efforts to provide no-cost answers to each of our clients with the mapping and interpretation services we provide.
If you are adopted and seeking your birth parents or if you have taken a DNA test and are surprised at the results, DNAngels is here to help you find your truth.
Everyone deserves to know where they came from, and the opportunity to explore their biological family medical history at the very least. We seek to connect a client’s DNA with the people who contributed to it, so they have the knowledge necessary to understand where their genetics originated from.