Everywhere in the world there is a story of some child being adopted, their family being helped, or an orphanage succeeding in helping hundreds of children with no parents.
THAT is why we are here. To tell those stories that are waiting to be told.
We want the world in the future, when we are adults, to be a place where kids are taken care of, loved, happy, and have hope for a good life.
Hi. I’m Lily, the content manager of Sharing Dots 4 Kids (that means I write all the posts.) I also take care of all the graphics and things on the site. I’m 14 years old and live in Thailand. I travel with my mom and dad who are helping NGOs (or charities).
I have wanted to have this site up for a long time, and now it is finally running. I have been drawing and planning the site in my journal, waiting for my mom and dad to get started. I think this site will be a lot of fun to work on and I also think it will help kids all over the world hear good stories about kids who are happy now thanks to different charities and good people.
I like pizza, cats, good books, the internet, and Doctor Who.
I hope you enjoy our site and find ways to get involved. (check out my blog)
I’m Ian, the videographer and photo manager of Sharing Dots 4Kids. I’m 10 years old, and am good at math. I enjoy eating chinese street food, olives, and pizza with no veggies or meat…unless the meat is chicken or turkey.
I am the type that bounces off walls and runs around driving my sister out of her mind. I am currently trying to learn how to solve a rubix cube in less than a minute(I’m doing pretty well). I enjoy watching youtube channels like DudePerfect and other trickshot channels.
I think this site is going to be great to work on. After all, I am the photographer and videographer. I take the photos and videos for the site and my sister and dad help me edit them.
I hope you will get involved and share the site with your friends.
On Sports Day at Bethel China, the staff set up a race course, a rope pulling contest, and many other fun activities for the children they care for. They had volunteers from various other orphanages and school come to help the kids and make donations. Here's a...read more
A while ago a motorcycle club from Beijing came to Bethel to play with the kids under Bethel's care. The kids got rides on the motorcycles, pictures, and the club also donated food. Here's a video Ian made:read more
Bethel's kids (and teachers) took a Microsoft sponsored tour of a famous factory for baked goods. At the beginning of the bakery tour, the tour guide showed the group around the history sections of the factory, such as the founders, and secret recipes. A little later,...read more
A few days ago we went to film an adoption of a little boy named Finn. We arrived in the same car as the parents did, so we had to hop out to film them driving up. After we got them rolling in the gate and stepping out of the car, we set up the meeting, which was the...read more
This week we have been working with Bach’s Bakery by helping them with photo and video for their work with deaf people. The owners manage a sponsorship program to help deaf children at a certain school be able to continue going to school and to have surgery to help...read more
A few weeks ago, we were in Kunming, helping an organization called Hearts and Hands. We heard of this restaurant, The Wicker Basket, and were told that it was a nice place. It trains and gives jobs to people with disabilities and runs a restaurant. We offered to...read more
Hi, welcome back to Sharing Dots 4 Kids! We are going to tell you about an adoption we witnessed a few weeks ago, and how the papers that were needed to adopt him got processed much faster than usual. Last week we went to see an adoption. The child that got adopted...read more
My family and I went to visit Bong Pauon last Friday. Bong Paoun is an organization that works with kids who live in the slums and their families. We got up around 7 to go to Bong Pauon. When we got there, I read my kindle while my mom and dad took photos of all the...read more
NHCC is an organisation that helps children with HIV and AIDS. Some children are abandoned by their parents when they realize that they have HIV/AIDS. NHCC has 220 children living in their little village. NHCC is set up like a little village. There are several...read more