Become a Child Sponsor by giving a recurring donation will support Silver Lining to directly raise the orphans, sponsor impoverishes students living in mountainous can establish a relationship with your sponsored child through letters or visit, so you can witness their growth.
SILVER LINING CARING CENTER
Many children in the mountainous areas of Da Hua, Guang Xi have become orphans because their parents have passed away or were abandoned by their widowed mothers. Silver Lining Foundation has worked with the local government, establishing family villages (Caring Centers) for these orphans. Each “family” consists of six children. While the Foster parents are still responsible for the upbringing of these children, they are also responsible for their education and taking them to the local primary schools. This allows the children to build a sense of “family” and grow up in a healthy environment attending a school like other children.
SPONSOR ORPHANS IN THEIR COMMUNITY
The Family Village has reached its capacity and has an urgent need to provide additional Caring Centers for the other orphans so they can receive our care and continue to live in their own community. We provide assistance to relatives to take care of the orphans, ensuring a healthy living and a holistic environment.
JOY TO THE STUDENTS
There are many ethnic minority groups in the mountain areas of Guang Xi. Their villages are isolated from the city because of the rugged roads. These people lack community support and live impoverished lives. Silver Lining is sponsoring primary school students in the mountain areas with a mission to improve the schools and living conditions.
In the rural areas of Guang Xi, some children became ill at a young age and were not medically treated properly. Because of the lack of treatment, some of these children suffer from Cerebral Palsy (a condition where their brain function is partially damaged). These children are unable to take care of themselves because their limbs and body motor functions cannot coordinate. These children need to go through long periods of rehabilitation. The parents bear long-term heavy financial burdens because of medical fees. These parents also lack support and training in taking care of these children, so the basic daily living has become a burden to these families.