LWB Community Blog


Kids Making A Difference Through Team LWB

We often get requests from people interested in fundraising to help orphaned and impoverished children in LWB programs. This summer, we initiated Team LWB as a way for individuals to organize personal fundraisers on behalf of LWB, and many have already become involved.  Many of these enterprising fundraisers are children themselves, such as Emmalie and LinLan.

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Turkey Time in our Healing Homes

It’s that wonderful time of the year when we have a little fun while giving thanks for all you do! This year we have lots of little turkeys whose lives have been changed thanks to your support, and our entire team is saying “gobble gobble” with true gratitude!

Jeffrey_IMG_9845Jeffrey at the Loving ARMs Healing Home
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A Tour of the Loving ARMs Healing Home

Hi there, and welcome to the Loving ARMs Healing Home (LAHH for short)! My name is Christina, and I’ll be your tour guide.

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I am four years old and the big girl here at LAHH! Read more.

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John: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

We would like to introduce you to a sweet little guy named John. John is one of the first residents of our brand new healing home, Loving ARMs (LAHH), which officially opened on September 18th.

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This new home will focus on caring for babies born with anorectal malformations (ARMs), providing them with the specialized care and treatments they need.
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Announcing the Loving ARMs Healing Home

At one point in my life, I had four little boys aged 1-7, and so I am sure you can understand when I say that I lived with a lot of potty jokes every day. My librarian brother fueled the fire by sending them a copy of the Japanese children’s book called “Everyone Poops,” which soon became their “go to” book whenever they got to pick the story of the night. If you haven’t seen this book, it is definitely a no nonsense way of covering one of the most basic body functions, with the final summary that “All living things eat, so everybody poops.”

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I think it is safe to say that anything concerning our bowels causes a wide range of reactions from people. Read more.

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