Two-year-old LuLu is the newest student in our small but wonderful Believe in Me school in Liupanshui. On her first day, just a few weeks ago, it was mentioned that she is a very timid child, who was nervous being in the classroom and would not speak much.
She should begin to overcome this fear and shyness soon, and we can’t wait to see her little personality blossom. We are so grateful for the opportunities that will be afforded this precious child, as she learns to interact with her teachers and peers, color, draw, answer questions, learn her letters and numbers, and explore the world around her.
The teachers in LWB’s Believe in Me Liupanshui School truly care about the children and their well-being, including their education, socialization, hygiene, and nutrition. Teachers are the key to all of our Believe in Me schools, and for that reason we make every effort to hire great teachers and provide them training opportunities as often as possible. One of our former Liupanshui students, known to us as Lauren, recently completed an amazing fundraiser for the students in the Liupanshui school, which will allow the children healthy and nutritious foods through the remainder of this school year, all summer, and into the next school year!
We are so grateful to all of our sponsors, both adults and children, who come together to help children such as LuLu to succeed in school and give them a strong foundation for their lives. To us, success is not measured in how well a child does academically as much as it is measured in their smiles, their laughs, the opportunities to share love, and their happiness when they have full bellies.
LuLu is a success for LWB’s Education Program because of her unlimited potential and the amazing opportunities that will now be afforded her, thanks to the generosity of our supporters!
10-month-old Gwyn is one of the newest little ones in our Xinzhou Foster Care program. He was born prematurely but is catching up! He is in need of sponsors to help with his care! If you would like to help and receive updates on him, please visit: http://www.lovewithoutboundaries.com/programs/foster-care/sponsor-a-child/
Pablo came such a long way during his time at LWB’s Starbridge Healing Home! Now that he has recovered from his surgery, he will be moving on, and he will be greatly missed! Read more about Pablo’s story on today’s blog! http://www.lwbcommunity.org/pablos-new-smile
Jenna from Sanmenxia Foster Care seems like she is such a gentle and sweet little girl. She has a forever family who hopes to meet her very soon!
Can you believe the difference in Vicente? He has finally made it into double digits in weight! He is off at the hospital being evaluated, but we hope to see his chubby little cheeks back at LWB’s Starbridge Healing Home soon. What a little fighter he is!
Yuan Yuan is 17 and just had her cleft lip and palate repaired last summer through LWB’s Cleft Surgery Program. She has so much more confidence now and is studying hard in school. What an amazing difference in this beautiful young lady!
Tiny Sienna was just one month old when she was brought to LWB’s Anhui Healing Home (AHH) as a preemie. Now, she has graduated into LWB Foster Care! She is in need of sponsors to help with her care. If you would like to learn more about Sienna and how you can help, please visit: http://www.lovewithoutboundaries.com/sponsor-child/featured-child/
Emma Grace is the 100th child from LWB’s Huainan Believe in Me School to be adopted! Congratulations to her and her family!
Felicia is a precious young girl in LWB’s Believe in Me Shaoguan School. She has slowly transformed from a shy, quiet little girl to one who answers questions in class and enjoys helping her teachers. She is in need of sponsors to help with her education. Learn more about Felicia and how you can help on our blog: http://www.lwbcommunity.org/felicia-lwbs-featured-child-of-the-week
Jose is doing well after his cleft palate surgery this fall. His speech is already improving! We absolutely love his smile!
Etan from Zhang Village Foster Care is becoming more independent every day, especially now that he can walk independently! However, he always has a “ride” with his foster grandpa. It is always so evident in his pictures just how much he is loved!
Jack is recovering well from his cleft surgery in November. We are so thankful for the help of Fudan University the Bestway Foundation, and the HuaQiao Foundation for partnering with us to help five amazing children have a beautiful beginning to 2014! Read more about Jack and see the beautiful before and after photos of the other children on our blog:http://www.lwbcommunity.org/five-beautiful-before-and-afters
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