FROM LOCKDOWN TO LIBERTY!
Your gift, today, will help end the permanent lockdown of children with disabilities.
On behalf of Tang Yi, and the countless thousands of children with disabilities that live in permanent lock down, we want to THANK YOU. Your gift today will enable hundreds to continue to receive the support and care that they need, and will enable hundreds more children to move from lockdown to liberation.
Before making your donation, can we ask you to consider becoming a recurring giver? A monthly donation ensures that we can more effectively plan for meeting the ongoing needs of the children in our care.
Your one-time gift of $50, $75 or $100 or monthly gift of $25, $50 or $75 can help set hundreds of families on the road from lockdown to liberty. Please help us meet our goal of $30,000 by April 30, 2021 so that more families, like Tang Yi’s, get the help they need.
The terrace of homes where Tang Yi and his family lives
TANG YI'S STORY
Imagine being locked away in a small home day after day, month after month, year after year—shunned by neighbours, without access to critical support and feeling overwhelmed.
That’s what life is like every day for 15-year-old Tang Yi.
Diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Tang Yi lives in Changsha with his mother and brother in a small room that’s part of a terrace of homes. There’s no heat or running water and only a communal bath area shared by all who live there.
Tang Yi’s parents were struggling to cope. With no wheelchair or other personal support devices, caring for his complex needs was becoming overwhelming. For families like Tang Yi’s, with limited income and no access to resources, life can feel like permanent lockdown.
But you can help change that for Tang Yi—and children like him, through a one-time gift of $50, $75 or $100 that helps provide for immediate needs. Through ICC’s Family Partners Program (FPP), Tang Yi is receiving life-changing support. Because of donors like you, Tang Yi has received a wheelchair—allowing him to see the world outside his home for the first time in years.