10.21.09 - Students from 18 different clubs ventured to New York City in October to learn more and share experiences at our annual China Care Clubs Conference.
10.12.09 - Since opening our new home in Beijing last spring, we have welcomed nearly 50 new children, provided 36 surgeries, made more than 100 visits to doctors and 19 children cared for by China Care have been adopted!
8.3.09 - The China Care Foundation held its seventh annual benefit celebration in June and raised $900,000 to help provide medical care to orphaned children in China
7.10.09 - Born with a cleft lip and palate, this little boy could not be consoled when he arrived at China Care. Now he not only smiles all the time - he loves to giggle! He had surgery for his lip in early July and is currently recuperating.
5.21.09 - ZiMing was almost ten months old and weighed less than nine pounds when he moved into the new China Care Home in Beijing. He is awaiting heart and hernia surgery.
5.21.09 - Our new China Care Home opened its doors in early May! Read about the first days and learn about some of the children that moved in.
5.7.09 - China Care Foundation is proud to announce the first annual Club Awards which honor clubs as well as individual students who have gone above and beyond to generate support for China Care.
3.26.09 - We did it! After appealing to our donors to help give Kang the heart surgery he needed to survive, you overwhelmed us with your support and Kang had his successful surgery.
3.21.09 - On a sunny but cold spring Saturday morning, club members at Bergen County Academies high school entertained children with arts and crafts, story time and games.
2.2.09 - Half the Sky Founder and Executive Director Jenny Bowen extends a warm welcome as we venture into a partnership with her organization to help more orphaned children in China live happier and healthier lives.
2.2.09 - We have important and exciting news! China Care is announcing that we are forging a partnership wtih Half the Sky Foundation, another nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of orphans in China.
10.11.08 - Nearly two dozen China Care children ventured to see the Paralympics in the fall of 2008, where they watched athletes that looked a lot like them play soccer, wheelchair basketball, table tennis, volleyball and compete in swimming events.
10.10.08 - In early October, China Care clubs from across the country gathered in Boston to attend the China Care Clubs Conference where they shared ideas and experiences and learned more about the foundation they support.