To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes
Dear Friends,

This month once again has seen our truly amazing staff continue the work here in China giving the best possible care to the babies we have been trusted to look after. Joyce has returned home and it seems that given time she will make a full recovery.

We would like to let everyone know that Dr Steve Martin who at the moment is working for us in Luoyang will officially take over the role as Chief Medical Officer for New Hope Foundation. Joyce is going to take a step back for a while she recovers. Steve is a very experienced doctor and has the same heart to help these babies as Joyce has had, so we will continue as normal.

If you can please direct any medical inquiries to him at -

All other inquiries can continue to be directed to me at -
Once again thank you all for your prayers and good wishes during this time,
Robin, Joyce and Family
Our Needs

 - Thank you to all who have responded to our previous request to build up our account for running costs. We are still in need of finances to build up this fund. Please contact Robin if you would like to help.

- As the winter approaches, we will need to raise $30,000 (USD) to buy coal to supply heat for the foster home for the duration of the winter.

- Please pray for the health of the children here as the Fall often bring with it the flu which can be hard on their immune systems.

Dr. and Mrs. Lim from Australia came again this month to help in Luoyang.  We are very thankful for their loyal dedication.  We are also grateful for Dr. Jason Ayres and his family coming to Beijing this month from the United States.  The children in Beijing greatly benefitted from his medical care.
Hope Healing Home, Beijing

CZ Jing, CL Wei, CRZ Ma, and LJ Jing were admitted.  LJ Jing was transferred to Luoyang for further care.  CL Wei needed urgent hospitalization at the local hospital.  DL Han and ZR Chan returned from cleft surgery.  Cheyne (left) had eye surgery.  WD Sheng (center) and David (right) had heart surgery in Beijing and are doing well.


Confirmed Adoptions and Our Hopes for Adoption

Adoptions:  Sweet Max (left), beloved Liam (center), and beautiful Miley (right) were adopted this month.

Special Care Centers Jiaozuo, Luoyang, Xin Yang, and Zhengzhou, Henan Province (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)
Little Murphy passed away peacefully.
Luoyang (Maria’s Big House of Hope)
Aurora, Christiana, Celeste, Tirzah, Eldora, Hazel, Jared, and Demetrius were admitted.  Braxton was admitted and soon required hospitalization at the local hospital.  Trenton and Abilene returned from surgery.  Pollyanna and Zelda returned from the local hospital.  Harvy returned from an exhaustive assessment in Hong Kong.  Kynleigh needed hospitalization and surgery again, but is now back with us.  Harmony, Somerset, Nicco and Carriane died.  Alex, Camden, Christopher, Makenna, Tanner, Pyler, Bo, and Shane returned to their respective Child Welfare Institutes.  Hershel and Kalel were sent to Beijing for further care.
Xinyang (Show Hope Special Care Center)
Yanzia, Sari and Tenley were admitted.  Chuck went back to the Child Welfare Institute, but was able to return to us.  Reid and Chase died.  Cindi was sent to Beijing for further care.  Xenia went for heart surgery that was coordinated by the Child Welfare Institute.  Garrick and Lemuel were sent to Luoyang for further care then Lemuel (left) was admitted to Suzhou for neurosurgery.  Faith (right) went for heart surgery.

Zhengzhou (Show Hope Special Care Center)
Fidel, Yank, Sean, Reese, and Meianna were admitted. Halden, Pacey, Yethro, Maisie, Tadeo, and Kirsten returned to the Child Welfare Institute.  Darcy (left) was sent to Suzhou for neurosurgery.  Quentin (right) needed local hospitalization again.

Love Without Boundaries Heartbridge Rehabilitation Unit (18 beds)

Ryan returned from the local hospital doing much better.
With our deepest gratitude,
Joyce and Robin Hill
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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
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