Project #5025

Fund critical surgery for 6 Chinese orphans

by The Red Thread Promise
Apr 22, 2013

LuYuan at home

LuYuan & his new siblings (he is 3rd from right)
LuYuan & his new siblings (he is 3rd from right)

It is always a joy for us to share success stories with our supporters, to show how your kind hearts and generosity have truly made a difference in the life of a child. Today is one of those joyful days as we share an update on LuYuan. You've watched him grow up: from an infant born with spina bifida, through his surgery and recovery in China, all the way to his adoption. You've given of yourself so he can have a better life. He is now part of a large family, with 6 siblings, one of whom is from his orphanage in China. Now that our work with LuYuan is complete, we thank you for your continued support of these little ones: Baby JH, Baby DXX and Baby WZX. 



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The Red Thread Promise

Location: Havertown, PA - USA
Website: http:/​/​​
The Red Thread Promise
Project Leader:
Kathy Korge Albergate
New Orleans, LA United States

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