Mei is considered a “waiting child” in China. She needs a loving family that can see past her medical and developmental issues to the sweet, loving little girl who needs what every child deserves; a family to call her own.
You is a little boy that we happened to see in one of the orphanages we work with back in April. Will you help little You by contributing to help him gain the gift of hearing?
After 5 months of preparation, the day has finally come. Today, we are tackling this challenging situation head on and giving this boy a chance to live.
A little over 3 months ago I was at Little Flower’s Inner Mongolia project and was eating lunch when suddenly someone rushed by and said “New baby!”.
The Dew Drops Home in Beijing moved this May.
Our volunteer physical therapist, April, has helped many children in our program catch up on their physical and developmental milestones. In this post, she shares of a recent transformation she witnessed in one of our newer babies, Qi. Transformation. It is one of the things that continues to draw me to orphan work. I never […]
Many of the children in our program have physical scars. And for many of these children, their scars represent one or more life-saving surgeries.
We believe that it is very important for the children in our care to grow up in an environment that emulates a family.
Can one apple satisfy you? There are many kinds of apples available – green apples, red apples, yellow apples – all are delicious but can they bring you happiness?
My name is Lijing Lu. That is my Chinese name. I am a Chinese woman who has been doing orphan work since 2006. When I first started this work, I chose Lily as my English name just because I love flowers.