China California Heart Watch Blog
January 1, 2017
Want to see what ChinaCal has been up to? Check out the 2016 annual report below.
Thank you to our donors, staff and externs for your continued support! We are looking forward to another great year here at ChinaCal in 2017.… Read More >
February 14, 2016
2015 was a great year, and we have our 2015 Annual Report available for viewing and downloading.
Thank you to our supporters! We are looking forward to more great work in 2016.… Read More >
February 9, 2016
Our end of the year “Red Cross Rejects” project was successful beyond our expectations! By raising thirty thousand dollars, we were able to help save five children who had been abandoned by larger foundations.
We thank you, our donors, for your kind generosity.
However, it can’t stop here! There are so many more children than those five. We are hoping that your generosity will continue into 2016. Our February child is Little Wang, pictured at the right. She is 15 years old from Zhaotong Prefecture, Da Guan County, Yunnan Province. Her Mom and Dad are farmers, and their income is … Read More >
January 3, 2016
Happy New Year from China California Heart Watch Sponsor a Child Project
There is still one more child who needs your support.
Our fund drive to save five children who were abandoned by the large foundations like the Red Cross has been successful beyond our expectations. Of the needed $29,200, we have already raised $24,800. We still need $4,400 to support lifesaving surgical treatments for Little Peng (photo and story below).
Little Peng is 7 years old. He lives in Tian Tian town, Teng Chong County, Bao Shan Prefecture, Yunnan. His father and mother are both poor farmers. Their total … Read More >
Merry Christmas from China California Heart Watch Sponsor a Child Project
We once again have great news about our five Red Cross Rejects! Of the needed $29,200, we have raised $19,800! This amount is enough to fund three of the Red Cross Reject children. We still need $9,600 to support the surgical treatments for Little Peng and Little Wang (photos and stories below).
Remember, these “Rejects” are poor rural Chinese children with complex heart disease that is expensive and difficult to repair. The Chinese Red Cross Organization and other foundations will not support these children’s surgeries.
Let’s not leave these … Read More >