Our Mission Blessing Hands charity is dedicated to nurturing disadvantaged students by providing access to educational opportunities and international friendships.
Locations Most of our Chinese students live in the Guangxi Province of China. We also help Filipino children in Manila, Thai students in Chiang Mao, and Masaland students in the Chin State of Myanmar.
Blessing Hands initiatives are designed to:
Watch over our students' educational and physical welfare by removing problems to learning and growth.
Provide safe environments and supports for students to thrive and grow during the formative years of their lives.
Help students to hope toward the future and acquire an interest in studies like English that will give them a door into more opportunities.
Stimulate students to be givers rather than receivers - passing along blessings to others.
Develop altruism and charity in students through volunteer activities.
To foster a family atmosphere of caring with their fellow Blessing Hands students and sponsors.
Programs currently sponsored by Blessing Hands are:
Providing school aid to primary students
Providing food assistance to middle school students
Providing tuition assistance to secondary school students
Providing college scholarships
Encouraging book donations and funding for primary school libraries
Sponsoring special summer projects such as workshops, camps, clinics, and training
Providing rural primary schools with school supplies and equipment
Why Should You Support Blessing Hands? these are our guiding principles...
“Honesty and truth are first.” We desire integrity in everything done or said, both dealing with others and within the structure of Blessing Hands.
“We are one family of mankind and worthy of equal opportunity and care.” We want our students to feel like they are a family and be willing to view one another as a family helping one another.
“Be faithful to commitments.” We stand by our students and do not remove support lightly.
“It is better to give than receive.” We encourage Blessing Hands students to pass on what they have received, becoming a blessing to others as they have been, and are blessed.
“People are more important than things." This principle makes us want to give tuitions rather than build structures.