IT SEEMS WE HAVE LOST TRACK OF SOME OF OUR FAMILIES! We sent out an important mailing and too many envelopes have come back as undeliverable. Let's stay in touch! If you haven't received postal mail from Children's Hope lately, please CLICK HERE to let us know where to find you.
"DO IT! This home is such an amazing place to visit." College Junior Alice Mockenhaupt volunteered at Alenah’s Home, our CHI Foster Care Center in Beijing, just this Spring. In addition to her service to the kids at Alenah’s, Alice was kind enough to give an interview sharing her experience with others who might consider a similar visit. Here’s what Alice had to say: CHI: What was the purpose of your visit to Alenah's Home? ALICE: I went to Alenah's Home to explore Chinese culture and views on children with disabilities. I wanted to experience the different ways
Please keep you eyes open for something coming from us to you in the postal mail. I know that there is a lot of ‘junk mail’ coming to your house, but please consider this as a LOVE LETTER, on behalf of some kids who need a lot of love. For many years now your donations, whether one time or monthly, have been the source to Keep Hope Alive in the wonderful works of love for children. YOU have made the difference and, because it is for the CHILDREN, we want to give you a chance to see some love their way. We are advocating for vulnerable
2018 Summer volunteer group #1, May 30th, 2018. Medical student Lauren McCroskie and her family volunteered for two weeks.. Every year, a growing number of our grown-up sons and daughters visit Alenah's Home, our Children's Hope foster care center in Beijing. Some come with their families, some with a group of friends and some come on their own. Many of our adopted kids stop in for a few hours on their way to visit other places. Others stay for a few days, or weeks, or even months. They all get a feel for their own early life
This spring, when the Welsh family adopted a two year old baby girl from China, they visited Alenah's Home, our CHI foster care center. Their new sister and daughter had been cared for there for most of her life. Ten year old Ava Welsh was so moved by what she experienced there that she decided to get involved.She got right to work on CUPCAKES THAT CARE Ava bakes custom cupcakes for a suggested donation of $25. Just like Ava, the cakes are beauties! Just like Ava, the cakes are very much appreciated in her community. On a recent family