To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes
Caption: The photo above is a little girl Jennie from our Love Without Boundaries Heartbridge unit with her new legs and arm playing with her adopted brother now living in the USA.

Dear Friends,

The renovation of the 2nd floor of the Zhengzhou special care center is well on the way we are hoping that we can have this up and running early in January. All of the playrooms and bedrooms have been sponsored  for more information as to how you can help please email

Joyce is continuing to improve and would like to thank you for all of your prayers and good wishes it has meant so much to her. This month is our 26th wedding anniversary so this is a special time for us to celebrate what God has done during our life together.

We have had many visitors this month as Christmas approaches, it is really nice to see the interest in the work. We have had School groups from ISB, Dulwich College, WAB, CCC Capital Kids, Tianjin Int and many more we have also had a number of Company groups visit like Prometheus Partners, Apricot Forest and many Chinese companies all bringing supplies for the home.

We also just received these sweet photos below of Jing Tai (now Ty) on vacation with his family in Mexico. He has come such a long way!


Hope Healing Home, Beijing

The babies all returned doing well from Suzhou who had surgery and evaluations by the Suzhou doctors and MedArt.  Pierce/Cheyne returned to the hospital for another round of chemotherapy.  Herald and Yadiel were hospitalized for heart surgery.  Kai Sean returned from surgery.  James and Zak were moved to their hometown Special Care Units in Henan.  They will be very missed in Beijing.

Confirmed Adoptions and Our Hopes for Adoption
Alex, Braxton, Jenny, Leola, Opal, Raisa, Sabrina, Sean, and Sebastian were adopted or their prior adoptions were confirmed.

(In order above)

Special Care Centers in the Henan Province: Jiaozuo, Luoyang, Xinyang, and Zhengzhou (These Centers provide humane and loving hospice care for infants and young children with severe congenital defects who are unlikely to survive under normal circumstances.  Those who survive are unexpected blessings)

Jiaozuo (Show Hope Special Care Center)
Shelby was admitted.  Mandy was sent to MBHOH for further treatment.  Emman had excellent cleft surgery coordinated and sponsored by his home orphanage. 
Luoyang (Show Hope Special Care Center)
MBHOH (Maria’s Big House of Hope)
Raisa, Alex, and Sean were confirmed to be adopted.  Opal and Sabrina left for adoption.  Wyler, Dagonet, Bereket, Reaser, and Whenby were admitted.  Alecto was admitted and needed urgent surgery.  Garrick, Hazel, and Whenby were admitted to the local hospital.  Sonja returned from successful heart surgery in Hangzhou.  Amelie went for heart surgery evaluation.  Kaitlyn needed to return to her local orphanage.  Rolin, Xielle, and Eldora died peacefully. 
Xinyang (Show Hope Special Care Center)
Liz was admitted.  Lemuel was sent to Luoyang for further care.
Zhengzhou (Show Hope Special Care Center)
Sebastian and Leola were adopted.  Yandell, Xiomar, Zale, and Yolanda were admitted.  Xayanna and Jethro were admitted and sent urgently to Luoyang for further care.  Collette was admitted to the local hospital.  Quade and Hubert returned from Luoyang.  Yorriel, Chester, Chance, and Weilla needed to return to the local orphanage.  Tobi and Cullen died peacefully.
Love Without Boundaries Heartbridge Rehabilitation Unit (18 beds)

Bran and Ian were welcomed as the newest additions to Heartbridge.  Braxton and Jenny were adopted.  We had confirmation that Julia, a Heartbridge in 2010 graduate, was adopted to a forever family.  Tragically, Lian suddenly and peacefully died.  She is very deeply missed.
Thank You

We would like to thank Global Impact for their generous matching gift also Portions for orphans for their continued support , Rhonda A for her very generous donation and all of our friends in HK and the USA that bless us so much by their commitment to the work here in China.
Our Needs

We have a pressing need at the moment for medical staff we are looking for Nurses who have at least 2 year working experience and are willing to join the team here in China for a minimum of 12 months. If you are interested in helping in this way please contact We need to fill 5 vacancies as soon as we can.

We also need sponsors to help equip the new unit in Zheng Zhou.

Continued need for general finances to cover our running cost for Beijing.

Robin and Dr. Joyce HIll, with Dr. Steve Martin
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Travelers Needed
We are in need of travelers from the US, UK and Australia to Beijing to help bring in much needed supplies for our children. None of these supplies are “restricted items” and do not have to be declared at customs. The items will be mailed to you within the country. New Hope Foundation staff will be at the airport to pick up the supplies in Beijing. If you able to help or know of other travelers who are willing to help please contact   the following:

a) From the US: Rebecca Dorris, Tennessee, Phone 615-371-5221

b) From the UK:  Jennifer Drake, Surrey,

c) From Melbourne Australia: Topsy D’Cruz Email:  Address: 18 Sassafras Dr, Lower Templestowe Victoria  3107, Australia. Phone: 03 98504339 Mobile: 0400585379

d) From Sydney, Australia: Susan Mukundan Email:  Phone:  02 94888101    Mobile:   0414 911 309