Support for Orphans in China
About this Mission Project
Xiao Li (shown right) lost her parents when she was younger. Mature beyond her years, Xiao Li is very bright, full of energy and fun, with excitement and hope.
The support that Xiao Li has from us has made it possible for her to study in high school and gives her the hope that she can realize her dream of going to college.
In 2003, we joined the Amity Foundation program to help students like Xiao Li to get an education. Today we sponsor 130 orphans giving them a chance to break free of the cycle of poverty. Funds provide clothing, food and school supplies making it possible for them to continue their education. This project will allow us expand the program to assist 250 orphans.
$260 will cover a year of school for 1 child in K–9. $520 will cover a year of high school for 1 teen. $1,200 will cover a year of college.
Mission Project Specifics
This project seeks to raise $112,000 so that 250 orphans to get an education. The purpose is to make it possible for the kids to receive a basic education equal to others in China. In addition to clothing, food & school supplies, this program will help these kids know they are loved and valued by others. This project is managed by Ms. Liu Li of the Amity Foundation with an additional visit by IM missionary Judith Sutterlin and volunteers. It is anticipated that this project will improve equality of opportunity and the overall education and health of the community.
Connect to this Mission Project
- Pray with Judith Sutterlin and our partners in China that these orphans will feel the love behind our gifts, and that they will grow into adults who work and serve in that same spirit of love.
- Donate by check. Write China/Amity/Support for Orphans on the memo line and mail to International Ministries, PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851.
- Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
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Xiao Li is writing a thank you letter to her sponsor. The knowledge and skills she and others develop now, will lead to future contributions to their community.
(Note: We cannot show the faces of the orphans to protect their privacy)