Blessing Hands Inc

Rating: 4.93 stars   27 reviews


106 Timber Lane Morehead KY 40351 USA


We provide education and health assistance for low income students in China needing textbooks, school supplies, books, and tuitions.


Over the last 9 years we have helped over a 1000 students receive an education at the primary, secondary, and college level. We have aided 17 schools to have clean water, We have given matching funds to one hospital to buy a medical van and assisted with two health workshops in rural areas of China.

Target demographics:

Low income students of all ages in the Guangxi Province of China and neighborhoods of the city Manila in the Philippines.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Over 300

Geographic areas served:

The Yangshuo, Qinzhou, and Du'an areas of Guangxi Province of China are the main locations. We also have some Buyi and Yao minority students.


Tuition support, Food for Kids, water purification. health assistant support, college scholarships, and giving books and musical instruments to schools.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I was a volunteer to begin with because this is a charity helping Chinese in my area in China. I saw how much effort tthis charity have made to help the children and the people in China. After a year I bacame a board member and wanted to do devote more for the charity because I really experienced the happiness of helping others. So far Blessing Hands already help hundreds of children and made a great difference for their lives. We also help Chinese people by other projects like water purification and medical projects. This is a wonderful charity and I am so proud that I am one of the board mambers!

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