When Guillaume and Delphine Gauvain founded Bethel China Foundation in 2002, they little suspected that nine years later, their dream of providing visually impaired orphans with the care and skills to help themselves would include an organic farm, foster homes and schooling for over 70 children in Beijing, as well as a China-wide project that provides training for orphanages. We asked Bethel’s program coordinator, Matthew Terlunen, about inspiring hope in the kids and being inspired by them in turn.
What is your mission?
To provide care, education and professional training to visually impaired orphans with the goal to foster independent living skills in a fun and safe environment.
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