Archived News

Important Announcement From China Care

1.23.12 - As we enter the Year of the Dragon, it is with pride and enthusiasm that Half the Sky Foundation and China Care Foundation jointly announce a further deepening of their partnership.

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Sixty China Care Clubs across North America!

11.15.11 - A warm welcome to our newest China Care Clubs, bringing the total to now 60 students groups across the United States and Canada who raise funds and awareness for the China Care Home.

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So You Think BU Can Dance 2011

10.25.11 - Boston University's China Care club hosted their second annual dance competition where audience members voted for their favorite group to take home the championship!

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China Care Brown celebrates the Moon Festival

10.11.11 - Students at Brown University host its third Moon Festival event for China Care on October 1, with special guest author T. A. DeBonis.

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Fourth Annual J.P. Morgan Technology Group Golf Outing for China Care

10.5.11 - Nearly one hundred and twenty golfers gathered at Jumping Brook Country Club for the fourth annual J.P. Morgan Technology Group golf outing, a day that ultimately saves the lives of many children in need.

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University of Toronto Cares

9.21.11 - A warm welcome to the newest China Care Club!

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Summer Volunteering at the China Care Home - Final Day

7.26.11 - Follow the volunteers as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Sean's story - Sean’s two older brothers took part in China Care’s volunteer program and he was excited to see for himself what our work is all about.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Wenjing Chen – Day 8

7.25.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Wenjing's story - she is a member of the China Care Club at Dartmouth. She is a sophomore planning on going to medical school.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Stephanie DeClue- Day 7

7.22.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Stephanie's story - Stephanie started a China Care Club at her high school in New Canaan, CT, and has a little sister adopted from China as well.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - James Woodruff- Day 6

7.21.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is James' story - he just graduated from Brunswick School in CT, where he learned about China Care through his classmates and family friends.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Max Frumkes – Day 5

7.20.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Max's story - he just started a China Care Club at Horace Greeley High School and he is making the most of his time in Beijing.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Lakin Vitton – Day 4

7.19.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Lakin's story - he is a student at Exeter Academy and he has been taking Mandarin classes throughout high school. This is his second trip to China.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Jack Nalen - Day 3

7.18.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Jack's story - he is a student at Hotchkiss and he has been taking Mandarin classes for the last two years.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home - Anya Kelly – Day 2

7.14.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Anya's story - she started a China Care Club at Quakertown High School in Pennsylvania last year and has a little sister adopted from China.

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Volunteering at the China Care Home – Alexander Koudijs - Day 1, Summer 2011

7.13.11 - Follow the volunteer’s as they experience the summer program at the China Care Home in Beijing! Here is Alec’s story - he is a student at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT, and this is his first time to China. He is still practicing how to master chop-sticks.

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China Care Foundation- Cara's Story (2008)

6.1.11 - This is the story of 14 year-old Cara, who was able to receive the proper surgery to correct her severe scoliosis thanks to a generous couple who learned about Cara through China Care Foundation. The couple's immediate response to this child's needs reflects the determination of all those who support China Care, which was founded in 2000 by a determined teenager named Matt Dalio.

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China Care Foundation - Cara's Story 2

6.1.11 - This is the story of 14 year-old Cara, who was able to receive the proper surgery to correct her severe scoliosis thanks to a generous couple who learned about Cara through China Care Foundation. The couple's immediate response to this child's needs reflects the determination of all those who support China Care, which was founded in 2000 by a determined teenager named Matt Dalio.

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China Care- Channel 12 News: Cliff Champion

6.1.11 - Cliff Champion, a local Connecticut teenager, has resolved to help disabled orphans in China through the good work of the China Care Foundation. China Care Foundation was started in 2000 by Matt Dalio, a determined teenager, whose aim was to give special needs Chinese orphans the opportunity for a better life and to empower other young people to do the same.

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China Care Foundation- It Took One Child

6.1.11 - Matt Dalio, founder of China Care Foundation, explains how he started the organization as a teenager and shares the story of a young girl named Grace who changed his life. Grace's adoptive parents, China Care supporters and student volunteers across the nation express how China Care has changed their lives as well.

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China Care - Matt Dalio on Naomi's New Morning

6.1.11 - The talk show, Naomi's New Morning shares Matt Dalio's mission in starting the China Care Foundation as well as the story of one special China Care child named Kylie. The mission of China Care is to give special needs Chinese orphans the opportunity for a better life and to empower youth through direct humanitarian service.

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