MONTH OF BIRTH: Jun. 2010
Both of Grace’s parents are handicapped. When her father was four
years old, he had a car accident where he lost both legs. Now he is
suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure, taking medicine all
year round, and has no ability to work. Her mother had her right leg
amputated due to bone cancer, and lost the ability to work. The family
does not have any income and is in severe poverty. Grace studies very
hard and has excellent grades. She also has a golden heart and has
been a caregiver to her parents constantly. She even awakes to warm
up medicine for her mom in the middle of the night.
MONTH OF BIRTH: May 2003
Hope’s father became ill and died when she was young, and her mother left home. Hope then went to live with her 18-year-old brother and his family. Her older sister, who was just 16 at the time, was also married. Both of her siblings are uneducated and earn their living as farmers. With other children to support, there just was not enough money to go around.
In March of 2012, we welcomed little Hope into our Training Center. She is adorably cute—as you can see—outgoing, affectionate, and also very helpful. She likes singing and dancing and has been a part of our Living Hope Angels Tour in the United States.
Our Hope is receiving a quality education and will have real hope for her future. She is becoming more independent and learning valuable life skills. She is very much loved by all and returns the love as well. We are proud to have her as our little namesake!
She is in high school now, studies very hard.
MONTH OF BIRTH: Nov. 2016
Jacob is 4 years old now. He used to live with his father, mother, and brother. Although the family was not rich, it was complete and happy. On July 25, 2020, Jacob’s mother suddenly got sick and died unexpectedly the next day. Jacob’s father was born deaf, has a mental illness, and has a disability in his right hand and arm. In the summer, he usually finds some side jobs on the construction site and earns a meager income. Even these kinds of jobs are not easy to find. In the winter, life is more miserable because there is no job at all. The family now lives on little money he saved in the summer. Jacob and his brother are cared by their aunt. Their uncle-in-law is also disabled. The entire family all live in one rented room. Life is very difficult.
Jacob is healthy, smart, and cheerful. He is a good boy, with an obedient and sensitive heart. He can make everyone happy!
MONTH OF BIRTH: Dec. 2006
Jason was abandoned as a baby and sent by police to the Fuzhou Children’s Welfare Institute. He has cerebral palsy with paralysis on the right side, epilepsy, and a shrunken right hand and right foot. Though he takes medication daily for his epilepsy, he still suffers from seizures. In spite of this, Jason can stand, walk, run, and he is able to get along quite independently. He is able to clearly communicate with everyone.
Jason is an extremely curious boy. He likes to take apart everything he gets his hands on! He’s very happy and outgoing. He is courteous when he greets new people and shows great etiquette. Jason was able to spend some time with a foster family, which he really enjoyed, but due to his foster mother’s illness, it was necessary for him to return to the Children’s Welfare Institute.
We were delighted to be able to bring Jason into our Living Hope home. He interacts very well with others. He currently attends a school for those with special needs. With love and nurturing, we look forward to helping Jason become all that he can be!
He is now in high school and studied very hard.
MONTH OF BIRTH: Oct. 2012
When Jimmy was a child, he had parents who loved him. Although the
family is not rich, they were together. Unfortunately, tragedy happened
and Jimmy’s mother committed suicide in 2019 by lying on train tracks
due to mental illness. Jimmy’s father bears the great grief of losing his
wife in his middle age, and has to take care of Jimmy and his sister
alone. Because the two children are still young, Jimmy’s father cannot
go out to work to earn a higher salary. He can only get very low income
by repairing battery bicycles in their small village. He cannot provide
the children with normal daily needs. School supplies were even more
difficult. Their lives are extremely hard.
MONTH OF BIRTH: May 1999
Kay’s father died at the hands of her mother as a result of many years of domestic violence. Her mother could no longer take the beatings and killed the father in his sleep. She was sent to prison and Kay and her sister went to live with their 80-year-old grandmother.
In July of 2009, Kay came to Living Hope. She is a good student and enjoys dancing. Kay has outstanding courtesy and manners, respects others, and always likes to lend a helping hand.
Now she is in college and we are so proud of her as she continues to learn and grow!
MONTH OF BIRTH: Dec. 2008
When Kevin was only six years old, his father was diagnosed
with liver cancer and had his liver removed in surgery. His
father lost his ability to work. His mother suffers from many
diseases and her legs are deformed due to rheumatoid disease;
therefore, she also cannot work. The family has no income at
all. Kevin has two older sisters; one in high school and the other
in college. The family has only one cow that the government
has loaned to them without interest. They are in extreme
poverty. It will be very difficult for Kevin to complete his
education without help.
MONTH OF BIRTH: April. 2007
Keira’s mother ran away from home, causing Keira’s father to break down mentally and suffer from severe mental illness. He became unable to support himself, let alone his child. Keira’s grandparents suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease, and several other illnesses which require much medication. In addition to being a low-income family, Keira’s
father’s treatments incurred significant costs, forcing the family to depend on extended relatives and friends for assistance.
Before joining the kids at Angels’ Hope Home, Keira was shy and somewhat unwilling to communicate with people. Within a few weeks, she warmed up to everyone and began showing many excellent qualities, especially in her academics. Keira is cheerful with much athletic energy and her academic level is notably excellent. Her favorite subject is Math and she has a special talent for reading poetry. She is not very fond of Language Arts class.
A few of Keira’s favorite things are bread, volleyball and the color yellow. She is a delightful child and we’re so happy that she is a part of the Living Hope family!
She is now in high school and studies very hard.
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