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Photos of the Earthquake Devastation

We wanted to share these photos from the Boston Globe of the region in China that was hit with a 6.9 magnitude earthquake. Love Without Boundaries has worked in this region for several years through the Mama’s Wish education program.

Please join with us as we work together to bring comfort to the victims here. Fortunately, we have people right there delivering needed supplies. To donate, please visit our website at www.lovewithoutboundaries.com. Click on “donate now” in the upper right corner. Select “Orphanage Assistance” from the scroll-down menu and write “Earthquake” in the notes section. Thank you for opening your hearts to the children at Batang and the people of Yushu.

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Earthquake Relief in Qinghai

“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.”
~Thich Nan Hanh

It’s been almost two years since a major earthquake struck in Sichuan Province, claiming the lives of 86,000 people and injuring and displacing thousands more. Tuesday morning another major earthquake struck, this time in Qinghai Province where Love Without Boundaries supports several schools. Thankfully, the Mama’s Wish schools in northern Qinghai were not affected, and all of our sponsored students are safe. But in southern Qinghai, the situation is dire. In some areas as much as 90% of the homes are now rubble and schools, hospitals, and other buildings have collapsed or been badly damaged. To make matters worse, the temperature is below freezing at night and survivors have no shelter or warm clothing. Rescuers have been battling altitude sickness, sleet, and high winds, digging through the rubble with their hands while waiting for heavy equipment to arrive to this remote and mountainous region.

With your help, Love Without Boundaries is sending disaster relief items such as tents and tarps rope, blankets and bedding, masks and gloves, flashlights, disinfectant, shoes and socks, heavy coats, and of course food, water, and medical supplies to those impacted by the earthquake.
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