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August 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Sep 2, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Dear Friends and Supporters, Our kids have been enjoying a wonderful summer and we’re so grateful for the support of so many who make our work possible. Despite a very rainy start to the summer, August brought us many sunny days in which the kids were able to play outside and swim. This is definitely a highlight of the summer for so many of our children and we’re always sad to pack away swimsuits and floats in anticipation of cooler weather. We were very thankful this month to have four long-term volunteers here with us. We were so glad to welcome Andrew and Jo-anne back from Australia; this was their third visit to New Hope and they are always so eager to jump in and help wherever help is needed. In addition, we welcomed new volunteer Sarah from Singapore and Lainie from the USA. Sarah will be with us until mid-September and Lainie will be with us until mid-December. Our long-term volunteers are such an integral part of our work as they step in and help with so many day-to-day tasks and also provide great and stimulating activities for our children.  Andrew & Jo-anne                             Sarah                                  Lainie As most of you know, we get quite a few visitors and groups at our Shunyi home each month. Many times groups will bring a special skill or gift to share with the children, and this month we were pleased to have a group of teachers from Little Oasis, which is a local play space here in Beijing. The kids always have such a wonderful time playing and singing along with their nannies during these special music times. With Grateful Hearts, Robin, Joyce, and the New Hope Staff “He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.” Epictetus This month: 20 children were admitted or re-admitted into our care 4 children were adopted or were discovered to have been adopted 7 children were hospitalized or had surgeries No children passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften for updates on prayer needs for our children Our Needs… As we mentioned above, the early part of this summer brought us a lot of rain. And by that we mean A LOT of rain. As a result, we had significant leaking which damaged many of the ceilings throughout the home. We are currently in need of funds for a new roof cover and also to cover the costs to repair the parts of the ceiling which were damaged. The estimated cost for these repairs is $15,000 (USD). If you are willing to help with this project, please email us or visit our Donation Page (if giving via our Donation Page, please be sure to leave a comment letting us know the funds are to go towards roofing costs). Baby News and Movements from our Shunyi, Beijing Care Center Lakambini and Sisa went for checkups after their liver transplants. Anjanette, Ascot,Cadman, Charity, Curt, Ellis, Esther, Fara, Ferris, Homer, Trevor, and Zane arrived at our Beijing Special Care Center from other Care Centers. We are glad to see these new faces! Jonathan, Maegan, and Rafael needed to leave Beijing for further treatment with us in Henan Province. We were very excited to learn that Zacharias was adopted!   News from our Henan and Nanjing Special Care Centers Amalie and Simone-Vicente were adopted this month, and we’re also grateful to have heard that Conrad was adopted previously!...

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July 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Jul 31, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes July 2018 Dear Friends and Supporters, We are reminded every day of God’s heart for orphan care and the preciousness of the kids He has created.  Each child is special and we cherish any opportunity we are given to ensure they receive the nurture and medical care they need.  The nature of the work here means much is out of our control, but we remain faithful in the mission with which we started. We are thrilled to have Sisa and Lakambini back under our roof and doing well. Sisa’s life was saved in Tianjin in June when she received a liver transplant. Her liver had failed to the point of her needing constant hospital care in Tianjin. When a match was found for her liver, she was able to have the surgery right away. She is almost a year and a half old now and is back in our healing home for specialized care and close follow-up with the transplant team. We can not be thankful enough for the future and hope that she has been given. Lakambini is just a little younger than Sisa and has the same liver condition. When a match was found for transplant, the medical team asked us to send her to Qingdao where the donor liver was. Now she is also back with us and is doing well so far.   Please pray for both Sisa and Lakambini as they recover from their surgeries and that there would be no complications. If you would like to contribute to the costs of their ongoing medications, please contact us directly and we can send you more info. The Dorris family returned to Nashville this month after spending six weeks volunteering with us. Charles, Rebecca, and their three teenage daughters (Zara, Zena and Zola) have been long-time friends and vital supporters of New Hope. You may recognize Rebecca’s name from our website, as she is the volunteer who has organized humanitarian suitcases from the USA for many years. They have spent this month teaching preschool, helping with art time, and facilitating swimming activities. The children continue to enjoy the swimming pool and playground when weather allows, but July saw an incredible amount of rainfall. Making the most of the rainy days, our physicial therapist, Jo Dickson, along with the help of the Dorris family, has been involving the ayis and children in creating some artwork for the care center’s walls. The children as well as the ayis enjoyed the creativity.    Most gratefully, Robin, Joyce, and the New Hope Staff “You cannot do a kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be too late.”  – Ralph Waldo Emerson This month: 14 new children were admitted into our care 16 children were adopted or discovered to have been adopted 8 children were hospitalized or had surgeries No children passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften for updates on prayer needs for our children Baby News and Movements from our Shunyi, Beijing Care Center Herakles, Jacob, Janus, and Kevin were adopted! (pictured below left to right, top to bottom) Braden returned from complex testing and evaluation in Hong Kong by MedArt China Orphan Outreach. Beatrix, Dakila, Makisig, and Stephen went to our Special Care Center in Zhengzhou. Lakambini and Sisa both returned to us after liver transplant.       News from our Henan and Nanjing Special Care Centers We heard that Brazzie, Caden, and Risha were adopted previously! Ali-Simone, Jarius,Joshua, Olivia, Robb, Savannah, Scarlet-Snow, Zahara, and Zelene were all adopted!...

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June 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Jul 2, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes June 2018 Dear Friends and Supporters, It has been a challenging month for us here at New Hope Foundation, both financially and also as policies are changing for NGO’s here in China and laws are being enforced in ways that they haven’t been in the past. We are finding ourselves needing daily to seek God’s will and perspective, trusting that He sees the bigger picture when all we can often see is the present. Most of you received our appeal for funds earlier this month and we were sincerely touched and so encouraged by the many donations that came in when you, our friends, learned of our needs. God used you to help spur us on to continue this good work which He began. We are grateful that Sisa is recovering from her liver transplant and is out of the Intensive Care Unit. In addition to Sisa’s recent transplant earlier in the month, we learned that another one of our babies, Lakambini, will also be requiring a liver transplant. When we got this news, we quickly learned that a liver was available immediately for her, which was truly wonderful and unexpected news; however, in a month when funds were already running low, we found ourselves trying to figure out where more funding might come from for her surgery. We were able to get the initial funds needed to secure the transplant and she is also recovering well and was able to be discharged quickly from the Intensive Care Unit. Both girls remain in the hospital indefinitely, so if you feel led to help with any of their hospital costs, please contact us directly and we can send you more info. This month we were very glad to welcome the Dorris family from Nashville, Tennessee (USA). Charles and Rebecca have been long-time friends and supporters of New Hope. You may recognize her name from our website, as Rebecca is the volunteer who has organized humanitarian suitcases from the USA for many, many years. They are accompanied by their 3 teenage daughters (Zara, Zena and Zola) as well as a family friend, Lindsey Grace. They have spent this month teaching our preschool and helping with many projects around our home.     As many of you may know from previous summer newsletters, we have a swimming pool here and our children have the opportunity to swim during the summer months. This is definitely one of the biggest highlights of the summer and as you can see from these photos, the children are having a wonderful time. We look forward to sharing more summer fun photos in the months to come and if you haven’t already, check out our Facebook pagefor more! We want to close this month’s letter with a very special and heartfelt farewell and thank you to one of our wonderful nurses, Heidi Doneda. Heidi has been with us since October 2009 and will be returning to the Philippines this month to be with her husband. We wish Heidi all the best and want to thank her for her love and service to our children. In faith and hope, Robin, Joyce, and the New Hope Staff “All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.” (Ralph Waldo...

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Urgent Financial Need

Posted by on Jun 13, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Dear Friends and Supporters, As many of you know, we do not run with a large reserve of funding for the work that we do here in China and our financial needs often fluctuate from month to month depending on the medical needs of our children, what surgeries are needed that month, etc. We do have many regular donors, but normally each month we are short around $150,000 (USD) from regular support. At the beginning of this year we received a very generous donation of $400,000 (USD) and also support from various groups that made up this shortfall. We were expecting a large donation at this time which has been delayed for a few months, so we find ourselves very short of funding for the next few months. Baby Sisa is currently in hospital and had a liver transplant last Friday. Her transplant surgery was funded by a few groups here in Beijing, but we now have to fund the ongoing costs of the surgery, including her stay in ICU which is currently estimated to be two weeks. The cost for one day in ICU is RMB 10,000 (approx. $1,500), so for 2 weeks the cost will be more than $20,000 (USD). We also have another baby currently awaiting a liver transplant. These costs, plus the normal monthly shortfall in funding has brought us to writing this email as our situation is critical. We are convinced that God is going to provide the funding for what we do in China and our part is just to let you all know of the need. If you would like to help us through this situation, please follow the link to our donation page. If you are able to give directly to the Hong Kong account, that would be most helpful as the funds are immediately available to us. Yours sincerely, Joyce & Robin Donate Here Donate...

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May 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Jun 1, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes May 2018 View this email in your browser Dear Friends & Supporters, We would like to begin this month’s letter with a very sincere thank you for the support many of you offered this past month towards baby Sisa’s transplant surgery. Thanks to the support of so many, her surgery is funded and now we are just waiting for a match to be found. Please pray for Sisa and for her continued health as she waits in the hospital with her nanny. We’ve enjoyed the warmer weather and getting to play outside more this month. We look forward to filling the pool and getting to swim in a few weeks’ time. Our preschoolers have been learning all about farm animals this month and have had a great time with the lessons and activities our wonderful preschool volunteers, Peter and Inge, have prepared for them.   If you want a glimpse into more of their fun, check out our recent farm post on Facebook. We’d like to extend a very warm thanks to Isabel Wang who organized a fundraiser this month through her company, Western Digital Corporation. With help from former NHF volunteers, Shirley Hwang and Mike Chen, Isabel organized a creative way for her coworkers to get involved by making bibs. She was able to enlist the help of 21 participants therefore earning a large financial grant from her company. Our needs this month include support for the ongoing running costs of our Beijing facility. We’ve had some repairs and renovations this month totaling approx. $5,000 (USD). If you would like to help with any of these costs, please visit our online donation page or email us for more information. With sincere thanks, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff Sisa “Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.” – Victor Hugo This month: 7 new children were admitted into our care 5 children were adopted or discovered to have been adopted 31 hospitalizations or surgeries 1 child passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften for updates on prayer needs for our children Baby News and Movements from our Shunyi, Beijing Care Center Thirteen children were sent to Suzhou for complex testing and surgeries with MedArt. We are thankful they were all able to go and are all doing well. Bella, Ekon, Galvis, andSamuel-Thomas arrived in Beijing for continuation of care from our Special Care Center in Luoyang. We were sad this month to say goodbye to Daisy, Jay, Rachel, and Zachariaswho went back to their home orphanage. News from our Henan and Nanjing Special Care Centers Dusty, Giancarlo, Hazel, Sloane, and Xenon were all adopted this month!          If this newsletter has been forwarded to you and you would like to receive your own monthly copy, please subscribe here. Forward this email to a friendTravelers Needed We are in need of travelers from the US to Beijing to help bring in much needed supplies for our children. None of these supplies are “restricted items” and do not have to be declared at customs. The items will be mailed to you within country. New Hope Foundation staff will be at the airport to pick up the supplies in Beijing. If you are able to help or know of other travelers who are willing to...

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April 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on May 2, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes April 2018 View this email in your browser Dear Friends and Supporters, Happy Spring! We are glad that spring has finally reached Beijing after yet another unexpected snow in April. We are thankful that the flowers are now in full bloom and we can finally begin to pack our coats and boots away! We kicked off this month with our annual Easter celebration weekend which included a fun bouncy house and an Easter egg hunt. The kids ran through Robin and Joyce’s front yard with glee as they searched for plastic eggs (and many couldn’t resist opening their eggs right then to find the candy inside, rather than searching for more). We are grateful for a group from Whittier Law School, led by our friend Jenn, who brought candy, filled the eggs and helped ensure the kids had a wonderful afternoon! Additionally, we are glad to welcome two volunteers this month who will be teaching our preschool classes. Peter from the UK (but who has been residing in Beijing) and returning volunteer Inge from South Africa. We have no doubt our kids will benefit greatly from their time with Peter and Inge during the coming month.     We are very grateful to have been part of two wonderful fundraising events this month. The first was organized by the Parisian luxury brand Maison Roger Vivier. The fundraiser included an exhibition of a Hong Kong-exclusive Spring-Summer 2018 La’Bel Collection from the 9th to the 22nd of April, highlighting the special collaboration with four stylish celebrities and fashionista to celebrate the unveiling of the 5 Hong Kong-exclusive La’Bel items at ELEMENTS Hong Kong. The notable collaborators Sammi Cheng, Hilary Tsui, Nana Ouyang and Justine Lee were all in attendance at the cocktail event on April 10th. The fundraising to support New Hope Foundation was continued at different Roger Vivier boutiques following the event. The second event was the Annual Cook-for-Hope fundraiser hosted by Love for Orphans. This is the 3rd year this event has taken place and each time great awareness is raised for New Hope in addition to funds for much-needed medical care. This year, 181 tickets were sold in addition to 35 complimentary guests and sponsors and there were 50 cooking team members divided into 11 teams. The Hong Kong team took first prize in the cooking competition.    In total, 160,000  RMB was raised at Cook-for-Hope and these funds will be used to cover hospital bills for Sisa who is currently in the hospital awaiting a liver transplant. The estimated cost for her transplant is 250,000 RMB when a liver is matched for her, meaning we are still 90,000 RMB (approx. $14,000 USD) short of funds to cover the cost of her transplant. Because hospital fees here in China have to be paid up front before treatment is provided, this has also caused us to run very low on our running costs this month. Should you feel led to help, we are in great need of financial support this month to replenish our accounts and to have money available to pay when a liver becomes available for Sisa. Please email Robin if you would like to help or visit our donations page. With grateful hearts, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff “The...

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March 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Apr 2, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimesMarch 2018 View this email in your browser Dear Friends and Supporters, We hope this letter finds you all well and welcoming signs of spring as we are here in Beijing. Just when we thought spring was on our doorstep, we were surprised this month to get our first and only snow fall of the season! Thankfully, it came and went quickly and as you can see from the photos, we are now enjoying warmer weather and time outside.       As we’ve welcomed spring this month, we’ve also welcomed a number of groups to our home. The month was kicked off with a group from SWEA (Swedish Women’s Association) who came and did a cooking activity with our children. Although only some of the older children were excited to participate and get their hands dirty, most were definitely excited to eat! The group also donated four play kitchens from IKEA to be placed in each of our nurseries.    We also hosted a group of 8th grade students from Hope International School here in Beijing. They spent 3 nights with us as part of their Enrichment week and along with many hours spent playing with the children, they also shared some performances and helped with some cleaning projects around the home. Lastly, we hosted an overnight group from Georgia (USA) organized by Joshua Expeditions. Although their stay was brief, they helped us with some cleaning projects, office work and scrapbooks. With joyous hearts, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff “So do not fear for I am with you, do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10) This month: 12 new children were admitted into our care 4 children were adopted or discovered to have been adopted 3 hospitalizations or surgeries were performed 2 children passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften for updates on prayer needs for our children The much-awaited annual Cook-for-Hope event, organized by Love for Orphans in collaboration with Roundabout, will be happening on April 19th at the Green T. House in Beijing. We expect 200+ guests will be in attendance this year with 10 teams competing. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit baby Sisa who is currently in the hospital awaiting a liver transplant. Costs for her surgery are expected to be approximately $50,000 (USD). We are still looking for sponsors for this event as well as cash donations. Please contact Becca for more info. Sisa Baby News and Movements from our Shunyi, Beijing Care Center Trace was adopted this month. We were also very pleased that Elizabeth-Stephanie was adopted this month! Lily-Kate returned to us doing very well after surgery in Hong Kong. We were sad to say goodbye to Alesandria, Penelope, Simon, and Vita who left Beijing this month.     Trace & Elizabeth-Stephanie News from our Henan and Nanjing Special Care Centers Maria-Letizia was adopted, and we found out that Bereket was adopted this month!     Maria-Letizia & Bereket If this newsletter has been forwarded to you and you would like to receive your own monthly copy, please email us at robinathope@outlook.com Forward this email to a friendTravelers Needed We are in need of travelers from the US and Australia to Beijing to help bring in much needed supplies for our children. None of these supplies are “restricted items” and do...

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February 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Mar 1, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes   February 2018 View this email in your browser Dear Friends and Supporters, Happy New Year and xīn nián kuài lè!  All of us at New Hope have been enjoying copious amounts of jiǎo zi and fireworks, wishing you all grace and peace in the coming year. This past month we were blessed to receive a group of moms from the U.S., most of whom have adopted children from China.  We are grateful to have had the opportunity to hear their stories and consider the ways in which our care can have a significant impact on a child’s transition to a permanent family.  They also offered material support and a new zip zac chair which is so appreciated by the little guy pictured below! The group’s perspective on orphan care was a fantastic reminder of the importance of collaboration and a view of the long range, positive effects of mindful care.  The New Hope Foundation is here to serve the children entrusted to us and in doing so we also serve their future families.  Whether it is preschool, snack time, or medical care arrangements, we continue to strive to care for our children in ways that set them up for success after adoption.  Our kids need families.  No foster home, as loving and warm as it may be, can replace the purpose and meaning of a permanent nuclear family.  But with your help, all of our kids will continue to receive the best care possible as they wait for adoption.   .  .  We are very grateful to those of you who have continued to respond in such generous ways to our care center’s running costs. Indeed, the recent changes to heating fuel laws have cause the price of heating fuel to increase dramatically and so we are still asking for your help.  If you didn’t get a chance to give yet this winter, we are still needing to fill a financial gap to cover the cost for the remainder of the winter.  If you’re able to help, please email Robin or visit our donation page hosted by our partners at Show Hope. Simply specify “Heating Costs” in the comments section. Surgery Spotlight Alab We are currently seeking funds to cover the cost of heart surgery for Alab who was born with congenital heart disease.  The anticipated cost is $10,000-15,000 USD. If you’re able to help, please email Robin or visit our donation page hosted by our partners at Show Hope.  Simply specify “Alab” in the comments section. With grateful hearts, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff “Though we are incomplete, God loves us completely. Though we are imperfect, He loves us perfectly. Though we may feel lost and without compass, God’s love encompasses us completely. … He loves every one of us, even those who are flawed, rejected, awkward, sorrowful, or broken.” ―Dieter F. Uchtdorf This month: 7 new children were admitted into our care 4 children were adopted or discovered to have been adopted 11 hospitalizations or surgeries were performed 5 children passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften the month for updates on prayer needs for our children NHF 2018 calendars are still available and can be yours for only the cost of shipping. To order click here. For more info please email Stephanie If ordering from China,please email Becca Baby News and Movements from Beijing’s Hope Healing...

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January 2018 Newsletter

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Dear Friends and Supporters, We hope that wherever you are, you are staying warm and safe this winter.  All of us a New Hope sincerely thank you for your ongoing support in whatever form it takes.  Whether you are praying, currently sponsoring a specific child’s ongoing care, donating much needed supplies, giving financially, or speading the word about adoption, we want you to know that it all adds up to sustained, loving care for some of the most vulnerable. January included a visit from a group of students from Akron, Ohio who came offering their time as well as supplies and care packages.  The team helped with some scrapbooking as well as our toy rotation program that has been spearheaded at the Beijing Care Center by our physical therapist, Jo. We also had the blessing of welcoming a new volunteer preschool teacher, Gaea!  We are confident Gaea’s positive attitude and bright demeanor are going to contribute a great deal to the children’s learning experiences and we are excited to have her with us. We are very grateful to those of you who have continued to respond in such generous ways to our care center’s running costs. Indeed, the recent changes to heating fuel laws have cause the price of heating fuel to increase dramatically and so we are still asking for your help.  So if you didn’t get a chance to give in December or January, we are still needing to fill a financial gap to cover the cost for the remainder of the winter.  If you’re able to help, please email Robin or visit our donation page. On a personal note: This month we took our youngest child, Katie, to Australia to start a new phase in her life at Flinders University in South Australia where she will study for a degree in Social Work. There were many hugs, tears, gifts and sweet words of love and wisdom from all those who have helped us raise our precious daughter from the age of 5 months. We pray that the Lord will keep her safe and guide her as He has done for all her years in China. We are grateful to all of you who have been a huge part of her life here. Please continue to pray for her as she adjusts to her new life in Australia. We are so proud of the young woman she has become. With warmest wishes and abundant thanks, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff “Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.”  – Victor Hugo This month: 7 new children were admitted into our care 4 children were adopted 10 hospitalizations or surgeries 4 children passed away Please visit our Prayer Listoften the month for updates on prayer needs for our children NHF 2018 calendars are still available and we’re reducing the cost once more just in time for Chinese New Year! Cost is $10 + shipping. These make great gifts and all proceeds will benefit our children. To order click here. For more info please email Stephanie If ordering from China,please email Becca Baby News and Movements from Beijing’s Hope Healing Home Kathleen needed to be hospitalized for further care, please pray she...

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December 2017 Newsletter

Posted by on Jan 1, 2018 in News | 0 comments

To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes   December 2017 View this email in your browser Dear Friends and Supporters, We hope this finds you all well and that you’ve all been able to enjoy a Merry Christmas with loved ones around you. It’s hard to believe 2018 is upon us already. The year has passed so quickly! We are so grateful for the continued friendship and support each of you have provided us throughout the year and look forward to what God will do with us together in 2018. In 2017: 104 new children were admitted into our care 89 children were adopted or we discovered were adopted 168 hospitalizations or surgeries 29 children passed away 397 total number of children cared for this year Our month began with a lively visit from a small group at BICF (Beijing International Christian Fellowship) who came to decorate our home for Christmas as they do every year. We always love having them come and the children are always so pleased and excited to see the home decorated with so many shiny and colorful things. Another highlight this month was a visit from the Graham family, who adopted Zachary 3 years ago, affectionately known at New Hope as “Gang Gang.” It’s always such a wonderful gift for us to see our children years down the road, thriving and happy with their forever families. It’s also a gift to be able to see the children rediscovering their past with new eyes; as Gang Gang walked through the home, he’d see little pieces of his past and say “I remember that…” Although for many children, returning can be a scary thing, it is our hope that coming back will give them some closure and a glimpse into their past to remind them that they were loved deeply and cared for before they went to be home with their families. Gang Gang pictured above with one of his former nannies and below with his family Most of you likely received our appeal in mid-December to help cover the cost of gas for our new boiler. We are very grateful to those of you who responded in such generous ways. There is still however a need present, so if you didn’t get a chance to give then, we are still needing to fill a financial gap to cover the cost for the remainder of winter.  If you’re able to help, please email Robin or visit our donation page. With Warm and Sincere Thanks, Robin, Joyce and the New Hope Staff The heart to serve is a gift. Thus freely we have received and freely we shall give in return.Dr CP Yu, Neurosurgeon This month: 4 new children were admitted into our care 4 children were adopted and we heard about 2 previous adoptions 13 hospitalizations or surgeries 4 children passed awayPlease visit our Prayer Listthroughout the month for updates on prayer needs for our children We still have lots of 2018 New Hope Calendars available and ready to ship! These make great gifts and all proceeds will benefit our children. Cost has been reduced to $15 (USD) plus shipping.To order please follow this link For more info please email Stephanie If ordering from China,please email Becca Baby News and Movements from Beijing’s Hope Healing Home We were pleased to welcome LK Lan who...

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