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Meet YiMan

YiMan is eight years old and deeply loved by his family. He also has autism which makes learning hard for him. Recently, a new therapy center for kids with autism opened in his county. But the cost of his therapy is almost ALL of their family income. You can help YiMan and others like him! […]

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Meet Wendy

Wendy lived at the Philip Hayden Foundation for most of her teenage years. While she was there, she learned independent living skills and job skills. Through her own initiative, Wendy traveled solo to her home province to complete the paperwork for a disabled person’s ID. You can help other young men and women like Wendy […]

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Meet Olivia

Olivia was born with a disability and lives in an orphanage in rural Asia. With the disruption due to Covid, diapers and formula are more expensive than ever. The costs are rising, but the reimbursement rate for each child is not. You can help provide formula and diapers for Olivia and others like her.

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Meet Mikey

This photo is of Simeon because we can’t share a photo of Mikey, which protects Mikey’s privacy. Not every child is happy on haircut day, but some do! It’s a necessary part of life, and when caregivers provide haircuts, the funds can be used to meet other needs. Mikey’s orphanage is working hard to stretch […]

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Meet Lia

Lia and her family live in a rural area in China. Lia was born far too early – weighing a mere two pounds. Her family could not afford medical care, but a caring local nurse was able to raise the funds needed to save Lia’s life. Lia is now a year old and faces a […]

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Meet HengHeng

HengHeng is three years old, and his smile lights up his entire face. His Mama is smiling now too! HengHeng has autism, and his family struggled to meet his needs. They even considered giving him up for adoption so that his needs could be met – and he would have a brighter future. Thankfully, PHF […]

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Meet Elijah

Elijah is one of many orphans and unsupported children with cerebral palsy (CP) in this rural community in China. Elijah is now receiving therapy three times a week to improve his strength and mobility. But Elijah also attends the Montessori preschool, thanks to generous donors. There he is learning basic arithmetic and reading. He also […]

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Meet Eduardo

Eduardo and his family live just outside the city of Mérida on the Yucatán peninsula. Like many of their neighbors, their house has a dirt floor and no running water. Many days there is not enough to eat. But Eduardo is happy that his family is together – because to him, family is everything. Eduardo […]

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Meet Maria

Maria and her family eagerly await the medical outreach day in their region. Her family barely has enough money for food and can’t afford medical care. Mama often has a hard time breathing, so it will be good for her to see a doctor. The last time Maria’s family attended, they were also given a […]

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Anthony

This sweet boy with the mischievous smile was born in August 2014 – you may remember him from being a part of our Shepherd’s Field Children’s Village (SFCV) family! He was born with myelomeningocele/hydrocephalus, and underwent a mass reduction operation in March 2015, then a VP shunt placement in April 2015 and a hernia repair in May […]

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Graham

Like every child, Graham has a strong desire to understand and be understood by the people around him. But he has significant hearing loss and at the age of 5, did not speak. Then contributions by PHF supporters helped change his life at the age of five. Graham was fitted for a hearing aid, and when he […]

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Dustin

Dustin is hard to forget. Born in 2011, he’s easily remembered as part of the Shepherd’s Field family – but he can be a bit of a busybody at times! However, his caretakers enjoy his company, especially when he wraps his arms around their necks and kisses their faces when they put him to bed. Dustin will express […]

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