China Little Flower

Ave Maria, FL   |  www.chinalittleflower.org

Mission

Recognizing the beauty and dignity of each and every individual person, China Little Flower works to build a culture of life by reaching out to those who are rejected, abandoned, deemed as useless, and who have no voice. Whether by direct care, support, or education, we seek to show the value of each human life and build a culture that respects, protects, loves and serves life!

Ruling year info

2000

Principal Officer

Serena Johnson

Co Principal Officer

Brent A Johnson

Main address

4388 Steinbeck Way,

Ave Maria, FL 34142 USA

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EIN

47-0813559

NTEE code info

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

Pediatrics (G98)

Nursing Services General (includes Candy Stripers) (E90)

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Communication

Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

In China today, most children that are abandoned have special medical needs such as congenital birth defects or chronic medical conditions. Proper medical care is critical because these conditions could endanger the lives of the children or cause lifelong harm. China Little Flower believes that despite being rejected, every child deserves a fighting chance. Therefore, we partner with state-run orphanages to provide specialized medical care to abandoned children. Our early intervention strategies, including surgeries, therapies, and individualized care, give these children hope in a brighter future.

Our programs

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Special Care for Infants

Our infant homes provide intensive care to babies who are abandoned with complex medical needs. We focus on caring for babies born prematurely, those with club feet, and babies with birth defects or illness requiring skilled nursing care. These babies stay with us until they are strong enough to join families of their own.

Population(s) Served

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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China Little Flower's goals are to increase the quality of care abandoned children receive. Through partnerships with state-run orphanages, we seek to provide a nurturing and loving home for every child. Instead of growing up in an environment that is not fostering development, we will be able to provide a safe and fostering home, focusing on their health and development. Our goal is to meet the comprehensive needs of a child that has been abandoned, including medical, physical, emotional, developmental, educational, and social.

We accomplish our goals by collaborating with state-run orphanages in China. We employ caregivers to attend to the needs of every child in our care. Our caregivers are trained in best-practices to meets a child’s basic needs and also encourage skills in language acquisition, problem solving, creative exploration, listening, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, inquisitiveness and experimentation. Through these long-term partnerships with state-run orphanages, we can meet the children where they are and provide early interventions.

With over 20 years of experience, we have learned how to navigate the complex system of orphanages, hospitals, and nonprofits to ensure that we put each child’s need first and provide each child with a loving, nurturing environment to grow up in.

In 2019, we provided 159 abandoned children with specialized care. We partnered with 10 different welfare institutes in China to provide this life-changing care. We provided 59 life-saving surgeries and in-patient treatment and over 300 out-patient hospital visits.

Since 2016, we have provided over 270 abandoned children with 24/7 specialized care. Over 40 children are now adopted and living with their own forever family. We have also partnered with over 25 social welfare institutes in China to provide comprehensive care to abandoned children.

Financials

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China Little Flower

Board of directors
as of 02/26/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dan Schepers