We often get asked the question, “how can we help”? You can help make a difference today by joining our Sponsor a Child program and directly partnering with us to provide specialized care to the children at Dew Drops.
As a sponsor, you can choose one or more children to sponsor monthly with a financial contribution. The donation will cover basic living expenses including food, a home, transportation to medical appointments and the child’s caregiver’s salary. We will then send you regular e-mail updates so you can see the child’s progress and growth.
Monthly gifts allow us to provide 24/7 specialized care to every child that helps them heal and grow not only physically, but also emotionally and socially.
Below are some of the children currently receiving care in our projects. To sign up to be a sponsor, simply scroll through the list below to find a child you would like to sponsor, click the Monthly Sponsorship button below and fill out the information. You will receive and email confirming your details.
Thank you for making our work possible both now and in the long term.
Meet our kids:
My name is Mei and I was born with a complex heart defect, a congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and am recovering from severe nutrition and growth deficiency.
My name is Hua and I have already been through many difficult surgeries in my short life.
My name is Fei and I had a large tumor on my neck. I have already had surgery to remove the tumor.
My name is Shu Lei and I was only a few weeks old when I arrived at Dew Drops. I was rushed to the hospital for surgery for a gastrointestinal obstruction as soon as I arrived.
My name is Cheng and I was only a few weeks old when I arrived at Dew Drops. I was born with anal atresia.
My name is Mei. I was born with a heart defect and it is suspected that I have Goldenhar Syndrome.
My name is Xiao Yu and I was 2 ½ years old when I arrived at Dew Drops.
My name is Nan and my nannies called me Nan Nan. I was 1 ½ years old when I arrived at Dew Drops.
My name is Meng Yi and I am almost 4 years old. I have already had surgery for spina bifida.
My name is Jing and everyone calls me Jing Jing. I was 8 years old when I arrived at Dew Drops.
My name is Xuan and I was 6 years old when I first arrived at Dew Drops. I have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and have come here for an assessment by an orthotist for braces.
My name is Zhong Zhong and I am nearly 8 years old. I have come to Dew Drops to get assessed for braces.
Hi, my name is Meng Bei but everyone usually calls me Bei Bei!
My name is Yi and I was only two months old when I arrived at Dew Drops. I am a small but mighty fighter who is recovering from open heart surgery.
My name is Zhuo and I was only one month old when I first came to Dew Drops. I am a member of the Dew Drops Colostomy Club!
Hi my name is Ran! I am 5 years old and I have spinal bifida and hydrocephalus.
My name is You and I am 8 years old. I have cerebral palsy which makes it difficult for me to learn how to walk and support myself upright.
Ni Hao! My name is Xiang and I was born with a cleft lip and palate. In September 2017, I had my first lip repair surgery.
Hello, my name is Mao Fei! I am a 3-year-old little boy with cerebral palsy.
Hi, my name is Han and I was two months old when I first arrived at Dew Drops. I am one of the many babies at Dew Drops who has anal atresia.
My name is Xia but my nannies like to call me Xia Xia. I have anal atresia and various bladder issues. I have already had my first stage surgery and have a colostomy bag.
My name is Yi and I came to Dew Drops in August 2017 when I was four years old. It is suspected that I have Apert syndrome.
My name is Han and I was five months old when I first arrived at Dew Drops. I was sent to Dew Drops for specialized care for my arthrygrophosis.
Hi! My name is Cong and I arrived at Dew Drops as a six month old baby. My orphanage sent me to Dew Drops for specialized care for my heart condition.
My name is Xi Qing and I was born with a rare condition called Cornelia de Lange Syndrome. Will you consider sponsoring me to see how I grow?