Beijing YWCA visit Ed Nursing Home

By Cindy Zhang, August 02, 2016 15:08 PM

Children's performance(Beijing CCCTSPM)

YWCA giving present(Beijing CCCTSPM)

Some 50 teachers and students of YWCA in Beijing visited the Ed Nursing Home on Jul 29th.

According to the reports on Beijing CCCTSPM, the children visiting there gave a performance, winning the applause and laughter of the elderly. The representative of YWCA give the House a picture drawn by the teachers and students as a present.

Ed Nursing Home is the professional institution of age service belonging to Beijing CCCTSPM. On a resent seminar of charity themed on “Light& Salt Action Plan”, the Ed Nursing Home introduced itself as a two-star home, upholding the concept of Love(E) and Virtue(d), offer age service for the society. Its serving objects include: “empty Nesters” and “elderly parents who have lost their only child.”

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