Help Us Decide! LWB’s Top Ten Photos of 2015

Help! We just can’t decide which photos from 2015 are our favorites.

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Visit our Top Ten poll and tell us which photos from 2015 touch your heart.
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Estelle’s Fighting Spirit

In late September, we were contacted by an orphanage about Estelle, a newborn girl whom they had just received who had to be rushed to the local hospital.

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Estelle was suffering from severe pneumonia, which can be life-threatening in a newborn, as well as an esophageal deformity. Read more.

A Child’s View of Adoption

In 2013, LWB invited Fang Lee (from the documentary Somewhere Between) to visit several orphanages in China to see what the children there knew about international adoption. We then created a video that summarizes some of their answers.

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Who Will Be In Cornelius’ Corner?

Cornelius has one of the most distressing diagnoses that we know of for an orphaned child in China:  biliary atresia.

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Biliary atresia is a life-threatening condition in which the liver’s bile ducts do not have normal openings. Without a properly functioning liver, Cornelius will need a liver transplant, something which is extremely rare for an orphaned child. Read more.

It’s Top Ten Time!

Each year with the help of our supporters, Love Without Boundaries chooses ten of our favorite images to celebrate our work with children in China.

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From now until November 15th, we invite you to cast your vote for the Top Ten Photos of 2015. Read more.

Love in Action: Giving Cards

Orphaned children deserve to know love.

Without a doubt, this statement is something we hope everyone supports. Instead of just wishing that orphaned children know love, we are inviting you to take action to make this dream come true. This holiday season, our inspiration is “Love in Action”.


Help us make love a verb by purchasing a holiday or program giving card! Read more.

Kenley: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

Kenley was born prematurely, and weighed only 1 kg, or 2.2 pounds, at the time of her birth. We can only guess that her birth family could not afford the medical care that Kenley needed, and she was abandoned at a local hospital.

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Four Ways to Celebrate National Adoption Month

This November, please join us in celebrating National Adoption Month!

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Whether we know and love someone who is adopted, are ourselves an adoptee, or have been privileged to have adopted a son or daughter ourselves, many of us have been touched by adoption. While Love Without Boundaries is not an adoption agency, adoption is something we celebrate and advocate for daily since the majority of children we have the privilege of working with are among the thousands of children in China currently without families of their own. Read more.

Helping Others While Holiday Shopping

With the advent of November, many of us are realizing that the holidays are just around the corner! Whether you shop online for gifts, housewares, holiday decor, or even food, we want to take a moment to remind you that shopping through Amazon can benefit LWB programs and children in need in China.

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Love Without Boundaries is very grateful to be a charity partner of Here are some reminders of the ways in which the dollars you spend shopping online through Amazon can go towards helping kids in need. Read more.

The End of the One Child Policy

Today China announced it would be ending its formal one-child policy, which has been in place for decades and is estimated to have prevented over 400 million births.  Two years ago, China began to relax the policy, allowing certain couples who met specific criteria to have a second child. The news from the government today however, will allow ALL couples in China to have a second baby if they desire. This is wonderful news for everyone in China who has wished their only child could have a sibling to share life with.


My inbox began filling as soon as the news hit, with people asking me if this would mean big changes for China’s orphanage system as well. Read more.