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Donate to People's Republic of China

Amity Foundation

This ECO is useful in supporting projects which do not fall under the specific opportunities listed in the other ECO projects and with undesignated donations. This gives the Area Coordinator, the ability to respond to the unforeseen and emergency needs of our partner churches in the area. Your support of this important work is very needed.

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Amity Rural Development Projects, China

The project will help the economically underdeveloped area of Jiangsu province to improve its fish production by supporting a model that uses local resources. It also assists less privileged farmers and minority people by helping with the construction of classroom buildings, dormitories and an in-patient clinic.

E864155. Read more


Amity Teachers Support

In support of our partner, the Amity Foundation (initiated by Chinese Christians), this fund helps send teachers of English to work in colleges and institutions in China.

E864153. Read more


Chinese Bible & Hymnbook Printing

China is experiencing the fastest growing Christian population in recent years. More Bibles and hymnbooks are needed to be printed in China. These funds would assist with the printing of Bibles and hymnbooks.

E864196. Read more


Communications Specialist, China

Seconded to the Hong Kong Christian Council, Rev. Judy Chan serves as the Council's executive secretary for communications. Her responsibilities include an ecumenical radio broadcasting ministry, English publications, and being a liaison with international churches. She is an ordained PC(USA) minister.

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Hi-Tech Vocational Training

The Hi-Tech Vocational School trains minority Chinese-Korean students in vocational skills and knowledge. This fund provides the school with language labs, computers, and other equipment, such as sewing machines and hairdresser equipment. Gifts to this project also assist with essential related expenses such as for mission personnel, travel and administrative support.

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Lay Leaders For Churches Without Pastors, China

Contributions will assist in providing resources for the establishment of effective church leadership in rapidly growing Chinese churches unable to obtain fully trained pastors.

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Professor Of Computer Science, China

Rev. Ho Ban teaches computer science and manages the Hi Tech Vocational School in Shenyang and also serves at the Dental Technical Institute. He is an ordained PC(USA) minister.

E200311. Read more