Students & School Groups
- Campaign Crusaders
The Campaign Crusaders' goal is to increase awareness of LWB in their neighborhoods and community by sharing stories of children helped by LWB and holding fundraising activities. Donations to support their efforts can be made here.
- Mei Ling Messner
Mei Ling Messner crafted her senior academic thesis to look at the occurrence of orofacial clefts in Chinese children, with the ultimate goal of her project being to sponsor a child's cleft surgery. She rallied her friends and family, started a blog, held a fundraiser at local restaurants and put together a musical ensemble to play at various events to raise over $2,000! Mei-Ling's awesome efforts were life-changing both for a child in need and for herself.
- Queen's Love Without Boundaries Club
The Queen's Love Without Boundaries Club, located at Queen's University in Ontario, Canada, aims to help LWB raise awareness and funds for orphaned and impoverished children in China. The club's mission is to raise awareness and support among Queen's students and the residents of Kingston about the orphan crisis in China and to introduce Chinese culture to the student community through their activities.
You can keep up with the Queen's Love Without Boundaries Club on Facebook. The club has donated $190 to date!
The Pen Pal program established by Queen’s University LWB Chapter connects young Chinese adoptees with role models of Chinese background. Through the program, they hope to promote interest and continuous learning of the Chinese culture and heritage among adoptees. To learn more, see the Info for Parents and Application forms.
- Sophie Guo-Qing Johnson
Sophie Guo-Qing Johnson's story published in the Huffington Post raised awareness and funds to "save a sister." As a result an older orphaned girl at the Shenzhen orphanage was able to receive life-changing treatment at LWB's Cleft Exchange Trip. The overwhelming response led to Sophie's Project, which raises funds for orphaned children. Read more