Dew Drops provides comprehensive care including medical interventions, specialized daily care, therapy, and education all within a loving environment that fosters positive emotional growth for at-risk children from orphanages and impoverished families in China.

As you are probably aware, the number one reason why children are abandoned in China is due to the difficulties of caring for a child born with complex medical conditions. Often, families lack not only the financial means to provide treatment for their child, but also the medical knowledge to understand treatment options and make good decisions for their child’s medical care.  In addition, families face many other social, cultural and logistical challenges in trying to provide for a child born with complex medical needs.  Unfortunately,  parents are often forced to make difficult decisions. This is where Dew Drops can help!

Dew Drops provides both an enriching home environment for abandoned children, and also a temporary home for families in need of support and specialized care, while they navigate the health care system. These families will benefit from financial, emotional and medical support in caring for their child during treatment, as well as ongoing support after they return home.

Dew Drops was founded on June 1st, 2016. In 2017, Dew Drops registered as a civil non-profit organization with the Beijing Municipal Civil Affairs Bureau.

Mission: To build a new life for at risk children born with medical needs from orphanages and impoverished families. 

Vision: We hope every child can have a future and experience the power of love.  

Dew Drops consists of 3 Sub Projects:

1. Our Orphan Care Centers provide specialized medical care as well as fosters healthy emotional development for abandoned children:
• Children ages newborn to 15 years old born with complex medical conditions
• Partners with state-run orphanages to provide diagnoses, preoperative and postoperative care and rehabilitation
• Every child will stay with us until (s)he is stable
• Employ full time ‘moms’ who are trained in trauma-informed care practices and who provide continuous, 24 hour care. This helps abandoned children learn to form attachments and heal from the past trauma they have experienced
• Place older children in “foster families” inside of orphanages to provide them with opportunities to learn social and emotional skills within a family. 

2. In our Family Support Center, in addition to specialized care, we also focus on educating families and advocating with them as they seek the best medical treatment for their child.
• Children from disadvantaged families (targeting rural areas) born with complex medical conditions

3. Our Training Support focuses on how to care for children born with both common and rare birth defects.
• We specialize in a variety of medical conditions including congenital heart defects, cleft lip and palate, anal atresia, esophageal atresia, Epidermolysis bullosa (Eb) and premature birth.

Read our Annual Reports to learn more: 

2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report