Jiangxi Church Cares Sanitation Workers

By Grace Zhi, July 26, 2017 08:07 AM

Group photo: people from the church in Nancheng County and a local insurance company

It's the dog days of summer and it's getting hotter. The church in Nancheng County, Fuzhou, Jiangxi, distributed heatstroke preventive and large volume water bottles with a local insurance company to sanitation workers on July 14, 2017.

These local workers are mostly above 60. According to the Window of Nancheng, the church and the company donated a fund of over 8000 yuan to purchase the items to help them through the hot summer.

-Translated by Karen Luo

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