Tag Archives: Believe In Me

Henry: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

When Henry first came to our Believe in Me orphanage school in Jinjiang last year, he was too young and not ready for the classroom.

Henry 8.14

What a difference a year can make! Thanks to a little growing up time and his loving teachers, Henry is now a classroom star. Read more.

School Snacks: More Than Just a Treat

The dictionary says that a snack is a small portion of food eaten between meals.  Here in the U.S., we often think of a snack as a pleasant treat – cookies or chips – something we enjoy but don’t really need.

BIM School Nutrition

The “snacks” served to the children attending our Believe in Me orphanage schools in China are probably misnamed. Read more.

Calling All Educators!

Do you work with children with special educational needs? If so, we would love to have your best tips, suggestions, and ideas for helping these incredible kids reach their fullest potential!

Mitchell tunnel 10.15

Special Education is not readily available in China, and we want to help teachers like those in our Believe in Me orphanage schools who work with children of all levels and abilities have a multitude of ideas and inspiration at their fingertips. Within the next few weeks, LWB will be launching our new Education Resource website in China. 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.

Thorpe hat 11.6.15

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

Sean: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

Handsome Sean is a six-year-old boy from our Believe in Me orphanage school in Huainan.


Every day, Sean begins his day doing morning exercises with the rest of his class. He pays attention to his health and likes to wash his hands. Read more.

The Boys of Believe in Me Changzhi

Because it’s Friday and Friday is for fun, we thought we’d share some boys who always seem to be having fun:  the boys at our Believe in Me orphanage school in Changzhi!

Changzhi Isaac Guillermo 9.15
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World Teachers’ Day

In celebration of World Teachers’ day, today we would like to honor the teachers in our Believe in Me orphanage schools.

World Teacher Day1

Imagine that you are a child in an orphanage in China, perhaps with a special need that makes you ineligible to attend a local public school because certain tasks are more difficult for you. Read more.

World Smile Day

October 2 is World Smile Day, and what better day to celebrate the improving dental hygiene of children in our Believe in Me orphanage schools!

BIM Jinjiang dental summer 2015

In most orphanages in China, dental care is not emphasized or provided. Children who do not receive proper care for their teeth are more likely to have dental and even severe health issues as they get older. To help address this problem, we began our Lifetime of Smiles Dental Care program. Read more.

Smiling Spencer

Spencer always seems to be smiling! We want to take a few moments to tell you more about this joyful six-year-old boy who is waiting for a family.


Spencer, described by caregivers as a “funny boy,” makes us smile too.
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Greater Independence for Katie

Katie is a nine-year-old student who has a lower-limb disability in our Believe in Me orphanage school in Jinjiang.

Katie measured 1.15

When our teacher training team visited Katie’s school in June, they noticed that Katie’s teachers were struggling to move her from place to place to keep up with the busy class. Also, they noticed that the classroom chairs were much too small for her and made her uncomfortable. Read more.