As the school year begins, our programs of Young Mentors and 22 Young Ambassadors have turned to new pages. Thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers for devoting their time to helping children all over the world.
We have received a few reflections from our volunteers in the Young Ambassadors program, who worked in an orphanage in Tibet. These are the stories we want to share with you in our blog.
Official Certified Organization of
President Volunteer Service Award
Member of Peace Corps and a Student.of University of Chicago
The Young Leaders are the passionate youth to help improve education for students, to assist with the care of children in the orphanages.
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.
There more 10,000 babies with birth defects are being abandoned on the streets every year in Shanxin Province of China.
The program entails aiding students from low-income families who need help in their studies but can't afford tutoring services.
4-H volunteer and a Student of University of California Berkeley
Help the children
Michelle L. Zhang
Director of non-profit organization and mom.
While the severe air pollution has been covering the majority land of China, its children are the weakest group to survive