Amity Foundation Partners with Taiwan Christian Children’s Home
By Amity Foundation, January 11, 2018 12:01 PM
On January 5, 2018, the Amity Foundation and Taiwan Bethany Children's Home signed an agreement to offer training and exchange programs on cross-Strait social service in Nanjing.
The non-profit group based in Taipei is committed to taking in, raising, caring for, and counseling dependent children and children and teenagers who need professional assistance.
The two groups will cooperate in building cross-Strait social services and holding symposiums on social service topics. Exchanges between cross-Strait social welfare organizations and culture and education exchanges between mainland China and Taiwan will also be launched.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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