In partnership with ZOE International, we provide holistic Christian care and restoration for rescued trafficked children in Thailand.
Update on Peen and Fone
We are sponsoring two children who live long-term at the children's home in Thailand: Peen and Fone. We are so grateful to support them so that they can eat nourishing food, have fun, and learn about God.
Agape Fish Fund partners with Vets with a Mission (VWAM) to provide life-saving heart surgery for poor children in Vietnam.
In spring 2018, Vets with a Mission sent 3 medical mission teams to Vietnam. During their first trip in March, the medical team identified two patients to receive heart surgery.
Heart Patient 1: Ho Thi Huong, 41-year-old woman
One of them is Ho Thi Huong, a 41-year-old woman. Without the heart procedure, she would suffer a premature death.
Heart Patient 2: Phi Ho Kim Hue, 3-year-old boy
The other heart surgery patient is Phi Ho Kim Hue, a 3-year-old boy. He not only had a cleft palate but also a heart problem.
Agape Fish Fund partners with Adonai Child Rehabilitation, a Christian ministry in Kalaymyo, Burma, to provide discipleship, education, and nutrition to orphans and poor children.
Father's Day greetings and 3 fatherless siblings in Cambodia
Happy Father's Day!
FAtherless Children in Cambodia
The father of these three siblings in Cambodia was a soldier. He went on a mission in another province. Years passed by, and he never came back to visit the family. One day they heard that he passed away from drinking too much alcohol. Find out how we're helping these fatherless children.
Agape Fish Fund partners with O'Keefe to provide tutoring and Christian mentorship to low-income students in East Palo Alto, California.
End of School Year
May 14, 2018, was our last day of tutoring for the school year. We hosted several celebrations for our students and appreciation parties for our volunteers.
We are so grateful to serve the community of East Palo Alto. The hard work that each volunteer did this school year and last summer made a huge impact. It was a blessing to work with them.
New students and activities
This school year, we were blessed with an influx of new students and new tutors. In fact, the apartment has gotten so crowded that we’ve moved our 5th graders across the street with the middle school students.
We also arranged several fun activities for the students, especially around the holidays. We took a field trip to the Bethlehem experience and hosted a Christmas party with gifts.
Report by Aimee Zhang and Jose Talavera
Read about the life-changing stories on the mission field.