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Welcome to Rachel Weng's Page

Rachel Weng

Rachel Weng

Hello there! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my fundraising page!

This year, I am taking part in Walk the Wall which is a global fundraising event that supports International China Concern. ICC is an organization that takes in abandoned children with disabilities. It would mean a lot to join me in my efforts to give life and end abandonment in China.

ICC is a Christian development agency that works in China providing full-time care for children that have been abandoned because they have disabilities. Our class is working hard this year to help our sponsor child: Yan Heng Su, but you can call her Susu. She is the same age as us and enjoys hanging out with her friends as much as we do. She has a brain disease called cerebral palsy, which limits her physical movements. We hope to raise enough money to pay for her treatments so she will be able to have a life as fortunate as ours.This year, our school is also working towards raising enough money to buy a van to conveniently transport those children wheelchairs safely around their home.

Although we may not be able to physically visit and show our love to Susu and the other children, as they are all the way across the world in China, but we can express our love and support and give hope to them through donations.

Donations of any amount will make a great impact on ICC, especially Susu. Every child deserves to know how precious they are and how much they are loved by God, so it would be amazing if you could help make a donation to help these children.

Thank you for your support and I hope you have a wonderful day!
-Rachel <3


Walk the Wall is a global movement that comes together throughout the year to raise money to care for the many abandoned and disabled children in China, and provide families with disabled children the support they need so that abandonment isn’t their only option.



raised of $300 goal

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1. Wei Weng
Great job Rachel!
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