Vilian Liu

Graduate student in University of South California

News and Updates

FUNDRAISING

There more 10,000 babies with birth defects are being abandoned on the streets every year in Shanxin Province of China.

Official Certified Organization of 

President Volunteer Service Award

Max Wu
Member of Peace Corps and a Student.of University of Chicago

Projects in Action                                       Projects in developing

Help the children while you are shopping

Give hope to those who need it most!

SAVE LIVIES

While the severe air pollution has been covering the majority land of China, its children are the weakest group to survive

Arjun Dhamrait
4-H volunteer and a Student of University of California Berkeley

Official Member of 

California Association of Nonprofits

World Family Children Foundation is an IRS recognized (501)(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Fremont, California. We are an official certified organization of President Volunteer Service Award.  Our mission is to help the children and the families in need as much as possible through fundraising, advocacy and education not only in the United States, but also worldwide. Another intention of ours is "Young Helping Young". The experience of serving and giving back to the community is one that can never be replaced in the lifetime.



 

lending a hand, a smile, and an encouraging word for the children in need.

 

 


  1. Helping the children who have severe lung diseases to survive in China
  2. Sponsor a child to help her/him to thrive.
  3. Bring books to the students

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Giving your help hand to those who need it!

Donation so far:  $45,100

YOUNG LEADERS

The Young Leaders are the passionate youth to help improve education for students, to assist with the care of children in the orphanages.

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Michelle L. Zhang
Director of non-profit organization and mom.

our mission:

a (501)(C)(3) Nonprofit organization

World Family Children Foundation

  YOUNG MENTORS

The program entails aiding students from low-income families who need help in their studies but can't afford tutoring services. 

Meet Our Team

One of our summer programs, Young Leaders has completed a successful trip to Shanxi, China, where 15 volunteers from US and China worked to help 41 orphans in Mrs. Kong's Safe House. They tutored school age orphans, played games with young children, cared for the babies, and, most importantly, they fund raised more than $3,600 for the children's medical needs. 
Thank you to all the young leaders in this group: your kind hearts and admirable efforts will change these orphans' lives.