It is really exciting news in the spring of 2017 that we’ve raised amount more than USD 15,000 just few days ago. We want to send the deepest gratitude to all of our supporters.
Since last spring, the money from this project has been paid continuously for helping children and unwed mothers at Jonah House, including therapy, art exploration, attending preschool as well as unwed mothers’ trauma recovery . With the stronger support, we could do it better in the near future.
More than half toddlers at Jonah House are developmentally delayed since they did not obtain good care before. However, early intervention by 6 years old benefits the children a lot, which is apparent at Jonah House. In addition, through this project, Jonah House was able to start to supply continual group counseling to the unwed mothers.
Thank you for sharing your love!
Handmade by unwed mothers
Dec 26, 2016
Love in Jonah House
By Lisa Chiu - Project Leader
Baby articles from the unwed mothers
In the Christmas season, we express our warm greetings and deep appreciation to everyone who shares your love. We have funded more than half of the goal amount since this project being announced. The support and love from each one of you helped us doing better on caring the children in need.
During the passing three months, there are more than twenty young children undergoing early intervention weekly, several unwed pregnant women learning sewing and some children keeping attending art courses.
All the children in Jonah House came here with a sad story. Now you are part of us to take care or stand by them.
Wish you a loving year of 2017.
Music for the toddlers
Therapy for children in need
Sep 26, 2016
You made it possible!
By Lisa Chiu - Project leader
Art exploration for younger children
We would like to send our sincere gratitude to people who support this project because there are 60 children whom Jonah house are taking care, and we’ve carried out many plans for the children via this project.
To help the children find their interest and develop their potential, we supply them with courses on art and music exploration. Some children attend art courses, and some others go out for learning to play music instruments which they like. This project helps the courses to keep going on. It really benefits our children a lot.
Furthermore, children with developmental retardation are also undergoing early intervention weekly. Through this project, sustained therapies help the children make great progress on their language, motion or cognition.