A Christian charity organization in Jiangsu organized theatrical performances for children with Down syndrome.
On January 22, the Reed's Home Volunteer Service Center of Zhenjiang, together with some students from Zhenjiang High School and Zhenjiang No.1 High School, held special performances to welcome the new year along with children with Down syndrome.
On the day, these special children presented a long-rehearsed performance of Two Tigers with African drums, singing the song of Happy New Year to all the students and the audience.
Later, the high school students presented their talent shows, such as Chinese poetry recitation, clarinet playing, and singing.
Leaving many good memories for the students, the show let them have a new understanding of this special group.
“Recognizing our social responsibility in the activity of caring for these children, we should take the responsibility of caring for others. I will always keep the love for them in my heart, passing it on to create a warmer society,” said Tang, a student who attended the event.
Reed's Home, a private non-enterprise registered in Zhenjiang Civil Affairs Bureau, founded in August of 2014, aims at serving the disabled and elderly with the purpose of "helping the unfortunate people with everything possible". As the early NPO and influential NGO in Zhenjiang, Reed's Home has carried out social service in the fields of helping the disabled and the elderly, narcotics control, community development, and environmental protection.
(This article is edited according to the original article from the Official WeChat Account of Reed's Home.)
- Translated by Nicolas Cao