There were 150 special needs children receiving rehabilitation and medical care, education and loving between 2004-2018 and 50 of them have been adopted. 44 children lived here last year.
The average number of children staying at the home at one time is about 26.
The average time of each child staying at the home is around 1-3 years.
The average amount needed for each child at the home is $600 per month.
Love and encouragement are often the best medicine for children categorized as “developmentally delayed.” With the resources CHI Partners in Hope provide, Alenah’s Home staff and volunteers work closely with each child, helping them all to be the best that they can be.
Life can be good if you are loved – and you have HOPE.
Abandoned, without parents but not without the compassionate love of God expressed through people who care.
Oh the beauty of God’s love coming through the hands and hearts of people. Waiting for a home.
‘Kevin’ is paralyzed from the waist down. He has everything he needs except the thing he needs most; a family.
Who are these wonderful children? Orphans coming to Beijing for surgeries and needing long term foster care, love and rehabilitation. They receive foster care, education, special rehabilitation for cerebral palsy, autism, and whatever else is needed. And especially love. Some children are deaf, others are blind, some are paralyzed but at Alenah’s Home, they will have a home no matter their medical condition.
Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat. Mother Teresa
Loved and well fed! Thanks to a lot of partners who care.
Many of our CHI families and grown-up adopted sons and daughters spend time “giving back” by volunteering and working at Alenah’s Home.
Photos on this page are used by permission. The children pictured are not available for adoption.