Typical newcomers at LWB’s Anhui Healing Home are teeny-tiny, frail, and underweight infants. Linda, on the other hand, was already six months old when she arrived needing specialized care and nutrition due to her VSD heart defect. Read more.
Joseph from Jinjiang, age 11
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and so we can’t miss this opportunity to sing the praises of our wonderful children with Down Syndrome who wait for adoption! Our hope for each and every one is a permanent, loving family who will celebrate them for who they are and the wonderful joy they can bring to life. Read more.
For the past five years, Elin has been living in our Dingyuan foster care program. During that time, we have seen her grow in confidence and lately have loved seeing her smile get bigger and more confident. Now, this lovely girl is eligible for adoption and is just waiting to be chosen by a family! Read more.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, October 14! On this day, Love Without Boundaries will be partnering with Groupon, the deal-of-the-day website offering amazing discounts on everything from restaurants and travel to products and service-related items. If you’ve never visited Groupon’s website, now is a great time to check them out.
On Tuesday, please shop Groupon coupons to help orphaned and impoverished children in China. The amount raised will be used to benefit children in our medical, healing homes, foster care, education, and nutrition and special projects programs. Read more.
Our Cleft Bottle Project is underway and off to a great start. Soft bottles designed for feeding children with cleft lip or palate are not available for purchase in China. In 2012 we worked with the Mead Johnson Company to have the bottles produced in China. We delivered those bottles to orphanages and healing homes and wherever we heard of a need. Read more.
Earlier this year, two precious children who had waited a long time finally got their chance at a new smile during LWB’s 2014 Cleft Exchange in Kaifeng, China: Aimee and Harley. Aimee and Harley both had severe cleft lips, and we knew that our talented surgeons Dr. Ness and Dr. Tolan (seen above) would be their best chance at quality repairs. Read more.
It’s that time of year again in China when the temperatures are beginning to drop and children need a thick, cozy coat to keep them warm.
Many orphanages, homes, and schools in China do not have central heating, which means that people often wear their winter coats throughout the day, all through the winter months. It is so important for every child to have a good quality winter coat that will keep them protected until spring comes again — and even more essential for children in our programs who have medical special needs and are more prone to pneumonia. Read more.
This charming young man, Landen, has reduced vision, but he hardly lets that slow him down. During the recent LWB Teacher Training, Landen proved just how little his vision gets in the way of his everyday functioning. He topped off the week of activities by performing in multiple dance and martial arts routines and sang in a duet! Read more.