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November 6, 2012
Abraham is a cheerful boy despite his difficult life. His mother suffered from mental illness and left home when he was a year old. A year later, his father had a brain hemorrhage, leaving this family to struggle with severe poverty.
Abraham would like to be a teacher. 
March 21, 2013
When Amy was four years old, her parents were killed in a car accident, leaving young Amy and her sister alone. Amy went to live with her grandmother, but she was in bad health and could not support Amy. She loves painting and dreams of becoming an artist when she grows up.
October 8, 2013
Leo is a cheerful boy despite his hardships. Last year, his mother died unexpectedly. His father is disabled and is unable to support their family.
When we first visited Leo, he said, “I am eager to live, I am eager to go to school, and I am eager to be loved!” His words touched everyone.
December 29, 2008
When Kevin was only six years old, his father was diagnosed with liver cancer, and he is disabled. His mother suffers from many diseases, and her legs are deformed. Neither of Kevin's parents can work. The family has no income at all, and they live in extreme poverty.
June 14, 2010
Both of Grace’s parents are disabled. When her father was four years old, he was in a car accident and lost both legs. Her mother had her right leg amputated due to bone cancer, Grace's family lives in extreme poverty, and this sweet girl has been the caregiver for both of her parents.
November  9, 2016
Jacob is a sweet and energetic boy. Jacob’s mother suddenly got sick and died unexpectedly. Jacob’s father was born deaf, has a mental illness, and cannot work. Jacob and his brother are cared for by their aunt, but the family lives in extreme poverty.  
September 7, 2008
Lisa's mother has found a low-paying job but cannot earn enough to feed her children and parents. Lisa's father sadly died of cancer in 2018, and now the family relies on the grandparents, who cannot support them. This family lives in severe poverty, and Lisa needs our help.
June 13, 2012
Jill lives in an impoverished family. Her mother has a mental disability her father has physical disabilities, and both are unable to work other than the father trying to farm, but it is not enough. Jill is a good child and loves school. She would like to be a scientist when she grows up.
May 25, 2010
Maya's father died when she was a baby, and her mother left the family. Her grandparents have raised her, and they love her very much, but they struggle to care for and feed their family. Maya is sweet and energetic and helps take care of her 95-year-old great-grandfather.
October 17, 2012
Jimmy is a sweet boy. Sadly, his mother committed suicide in 2019 and his father struggles to care for Jimmy and his sister. He works small jobs in their village but cannot earn enough money to feed his children. Jimmy's family lives in extreme poverty.
January 7, 2005
Sherry is a sweet girl. Sadly, his mother committed suicide in 2019, and his father struggles to care for Sherry and her brother, Jimmy. Her fat works small jobs in their village but cannot earn enough money to feed his children. Sherry's and Jimmy's family lives in extreme poverty.
April 24, 2008
When Jackson was 3 years old, his mother died, and 4  years later, sadly, his father passed away, leaving Jackson and his brother to live with grandparents whose health is not good, and they struggle to provide for their family. Jackson helps his family during planting season.
December 13, 2006
When Victor was 5 years old, his mother was in a terrible car accident and was badly injured. A year later, Victor's father died of a sudden heart attack. His mother tries to work in the fields, and Victor helps her. Victor would like to do well in school to help others. 
June 11, 2009
Jasmine and her sister have lived with their grandma. She studies very hard with excellent grades. Her dream is to be able to enter into a top university so that she can earn money to support her family as soon as possible and become a professional to serve the society.
October 16, 2007
Andy studies very hard at school with top grades. Andy is also very obedient at home, very sensible, and always helps his grandma do housework. He especially loves reading and likes to participate in sports. Andy is dreaming to be a doctor, to heal the wounded and rescue the dying.
February 26, 2017 
When we first visited Anson, he was unexpectedly happy. He bounced and played around us, with a smile on his face all the time. Seeing Anson’s actions makes us sad: this child really needs emergent help, physically and mentally.
January 5, 2010
Anya is a lively and cheerful girl. Although the condition at her home is difficult, she is optimistic, studies hard, and has excellent grades. She is very fond of helping others, her teachers and classmates love her. She especially likes reading and writing, and dreams of becoming a writer.
November 26, 2012
Berry is a cheerful and lively girl, always smiling, and she is the only happiness of the family. She is diligent at school and likes to help teachers and classmates. Although her grades are average, she is a hard working girl and has a bright future ahead.
January 11, 2011
Orphaned at a young age, Bowen grew up with his grandparents . He takes initiative to help with housework. At school, he is obedient and sensible. He completes his homework on time and gets along well with his classmates. Bowen loves all kinds of ball sports and dreams of being an athlete.
August 28, 2019
Cody's father died unexpectedly due to an accident. He and his brother live with their elderly grandparents who do farming work for a living. Their house is dark and devastating with almost no furniture. This family needs urgent help physically and mentally.
May 9, 2014
When Dillon was 3 years old, his father died in a car accident. Dillon lives with his grandparents, and they are farmers with a meager income and heavy debts. 
He studies very hard and has good grades. Dillon's dream is to become an astronaut, which is the wish that his parents named him.
March 16, 2007
Ellen has a lively personality and gets along very well with her teachers and classmates. She likes to draw and design. She is diligent and gets excellent grades. She is looking forward to growing up and becoming a doctor so that she can help her mom, grandpa, and all who suffer from sickness.
February 26, 2012
Suffering from a family tragedy at 3, Faye has lived with her grandparents ever since. Faye's grandma has high paraplegia, leaving her unable to work. The whole family lives on the meager income from grandpa's part-time job. Faye is a very diligent student and is mature beyond her age.
November 21, 2009
Flynn lost his parents in a car accident at 3. He has been living with his grandparents since then. The family's income is just the rent of their land and meager orphan welfare. Flynn studies hard and completes his homework on time. In his spare time, Flynn likes to play soccer the most.
November 15, 2010
Jack has been a responsible boy at a very young age, often helping his grandma doing housework and taking care of his disabled father. He is intelligent, fond of study, and has good grades. He likes to draw and read books; he dreams to become a calligrapher and painter when he grows up.

Asia Program

Our work began by establishing children’s homes and training centers to provide a safe and loving environment in which our children can thrive and develop to their full potential. Most of our kids come to us from tragic backgrounds, facing an uncertain future with virtually no hope but, with the generous support of our sponsors, we’re able to meet their emotional, medical and educational needs—and beyond. Since our inception, nearly 195 children have been brought under our wing.
Our homes are designed to give children a sense of family and the stability that naturally follows. Adult caregivers act as parental role models and provide both a good example and positive influence. Our goal is to prepare our kids to be independent adults with strong moral character and good social standing. By seeing that each one receives a quality education—even levels of higher learning in many cases—we are preparing them to take on positions of leadership in the future.
The number of children in need far surpassed the space available in our homes, so later we looked for a way to expand our outreach. Village Aid was born and, under this program, children remain with their relatives while receiving humanitarian assistance and emotional nurturing from members of our staff. This approach has enabled us to greatly multiply our impact because our reach extends not only to the children but to their impoverished relatives as well.