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Mario: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

Mario is a shy little three-year-old who lives in our foster care program in Guizhou. We’re pleased to report that he has recently taken a big step:  he has started kindergarten!

Every day, Mario wakes up at 7:00 and calls his brother to get up with him and get ready for school. He really seems to like going each and every day.
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Orphaned Student Support in Jinjiang

Orphaned Student Support is an additional all-year tutoring program for students from orphanages who need some extra help with their studies.

These students from our Orphaned Student Support program in Jinjiang have been working with their teachers on reading and writing. Each child works at his or her own pace to ensure that he or she is truly grasping the lesson of the day. They work individually as well as in groups. By giving them the tools they need to be successful in their schooling, the program allows each child to live up to his or her potential. Read more.

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Simon

Earlier this month, Simon was playing in his neighborhood and was nearly hit by a car.

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He fractured his pelvis but fortunately avoided more serious injury.  For an active-five-year-old boy, however, treatment for his pelvis requires him to remain in the hospital for several weeks without moving! Read more.

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Everything Education

With August drawing to a close, it seems like a great time to reflect on what’s happened this summer. Our Education program has been particularly active the last few months!

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From creating new classrooms for orphaned children with special needs children to Life Skills Camp for older teens and young adults, our team has been extremely busy. Read more.

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LWB’s Back To School Supply Drive

For many of us, August means “Back to School”.  It’s the time of year when we take our children shopping and help them choose school supplies. Of course, the children in our Education programs do not have parents to get them a special new backpack or to help their school purchase needed educational materials, so we are holding a Back to School Supply Drive to help the orphaned and impoverished children in our programs…and we invite you to help be a part of kicking the school year off in a great way!

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Donations from $10 to $30 can be made to our Back to School Supply Drive, and with these donations you can purchase a variety of classroom supplies like toys for imaginary play or backpacks filled with essential supplies for impoverished and orphaned children heading back to school this fall. Read more.

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Curious Caleb

Caleb is an inquisitive and friendly boy in our Huainan Orphaned Student Support and foster care programs. Thanks to the donors of the Orphaned Student Support program, Caleb attends school with his foster brother Henry.

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Kathy from Huainan Foster Care

Kathy is a sweet, social six-year-old who always has a smile on her face.

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In addition to living in our Huainan foster care program, Kathy is also part of the Orphaned Student Support education program which helps pay her school tuition fees. With her outgoing personality, Kathy has many friends in school. Read more.

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April’s Focus: Education

Since 2004, Love Without Boundaries has been helping children in China obtain their dreams of an education in a number of different ways.

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For the month of April, we will be highlighting our Student Support program which provides an opportunity for both orphaned and impoverished students to attend school in their communities. Read more.

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