Longwan Caring Home: New Semester
Longwan Caring Home is located in Dahua County, which was listed as one of the poorest counties in Guangxi Province. Longwan Caring Home is a big family consisting of orphans, single parents, and abandoned children. The normal expense of the Home is sustained by plantation, breeding, and small business.
A new semester began after a busy summer holiday. In the 12 years since it was established, Longwan has helped to bring school education, tuition, maintenance grants, medical aid and comprehensive quality education to children. The expenses of the children in Longwan are entirely paid for by the organization. Part of the expenses was raised by the staff personally, and part was supported by civil society organizations. We appreciate those who support us. Thanks to their support, our children can eat well and focus on their studies. Each child is the hope of the nation, whether poor or rich. They are the future and pillar of the country. We will try our best to help the children complete their school education and fulfill their dreams. 6 students supported by the organization have graduated from high school and were admitted by the university, which is the fruit and joy of our efforts.
8 children in Longwan are in grade 1 this semester. We urge the children to comply with traffic regulations before going to school. We will arrange for 2 of the older children in a higher grade to take care of the little children.
Original Article Written by Banai Hua, translated by Maggie Li, edited by Yanyan Zhang
10/13/2013 08:20:33 am
For children in regions where education is not strongly enforced or funded, an organization such as Longwan Caring Home is much appreciated. With LCH's help, these children will be able to prosper in academics and receive proper education that each and every one of them deserves. I hope they can all become well-learned scholars and bring new hope to our future!
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