The Georgia Tech China Care Club is a student organization dedicated to spreading awareness of Chinese culture to adopted Chinese children and to supporting the surgeries of yet-to-be-adopted Chinese children who suffer from serious physical ailments.
This year, the GT China Care Club is supporting XingYu, an orphaned boy in the China Care Home in Beijing, who was born with Hirschsprung Diease. In short, XingYu’s large intestine did not form correctly and needs surgery to correct his condition. We hope to provide the funds to
make his surgery a reality and to help him live a long and healthy life.
To raise money for this surgery, the GT China Care Club is hosting our 3rd annual Charity Dinner in collaboration with the GT Taiwanese American Student Association. We would love for you to attend and help us support this cause. If you or your organization would like to become a
sponsor of this event, please see the attached information on the following page.
We hope to be able to fully sponsor XingYu’s surgery, and with your support, we believe in our success. It is through the support of individuals in the community like yourself that make these visions possible.
The Charity Dinner will take place on Saturday, April 12th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at Canton House on Buford Highway. Further information about the dinner can be found on our website chinacare.gatech.edu. If you have any questions regarding the event or its cause, please feel
free to email me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgia Tech China Care Club