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  • 1 Give Help to Minority School Students (为少数民族学校的学生提供帮助)
    Our Blessing Hands team of volunteers visited this Yao school to measure the kids for shoes and warm clothes. Within a week, this little girl had a new coat, shoes and sweater. 祝福之手团队到瑶族地区给学生发放鞋子、衣帽,文具等爱心物资。
  • 2 Provide Water Purification to Schools (为学校捐助净化水设备)
    Kentucky volunteers installed water purifiers in primary schools in rural China. Volunteers from China helped with translation, installation and logistics. 肯塔基志愿者向中国贫困地区捐赠净化水设备。中国区的志愿者协助翻译、安装及运输。
  • 3 Tuitions are Needed for High/Middle School Students (资助中学生)
    These Xinzhou Higher Middle School students came to our tuition ceremony in Qinzhou. Blessing Hands sponsors 160 students in Qinzhou Prefecture. 钦州的中学生参加我们举办的助学金庆祝活动。到目前为止,祝福之手已经资助了160名钦州地区的学生。
  • 4 Sponsor a University Scholarship Student (赞助大学生)
    This is one of our outstanding university scholarship students. She is studying to be an accountant. We have helped over 100 of our students to study for higher degrees. 这是祝福之手资助的优等生之一。目前这位学生正在攻读会计专业。祝福之手已经为100名以上攻读高学历的学生提供了资助。
  • 5 Give Help to Schools (为学校提供帮助)
    Fumin Primary School students were delighted to get new library books from Blessing Hands' donors. Buyi, Miao, and Yao are the minority groups that Blessing Hands has helped. 富民小学获得祝福之手捐赠的图书。祝福之手也为布依、苗及瑶族少数民族地区的人们提供帮扶行动。


Helping People Help Themselves and Others

Bettys class

Blessing Hands helps Chinese students stay in school and reach their potential. We are seeking sponsors to give child school support for our rural students. Our rural Chinese students are often boarding students. They pay for all their school meals, school books, and extra school fees. Chinese high school students need tuition support also, since free public tuition usually ends at the 9th grade in China. 

Our students come from poor rural areas of China's Guangxi, Miao Children GroupYunnan and Guizhou Provinces. They are usually from single parent homes or live with grandparents because they have absent parents. They are often the "left behind children" of migrant workers. Many are from the minority Buyi, Yao, or Miao people. Blessing Hands also helps poor city students in the city of Manila in the Philippines islands.   


When our students graduate from high school, we look for college sponsors to give vocational college and university to fulfill our students' dreams of escaping poverty. Since we have been sponsoring students through our Blessing Hands charity for over 9 years, we have helped over a hundred students receive higher education.   

Blessing Hands also serves rural schools by facilitating water purifiers, paying village health assistants, and giving schools libraries or Chinese books. Blessing Hands so helps primary rural schools receive playground equipment, sports supplies, musical instruments and educational supplies. Medical care is given to our students through dental and eyeglass clinics and direct medical care for students with special needs.   

Demonstration to blind teacher

We have helped communities with gifts of wheelchairs and plan to help Chinese special education schools secure computers. We help volunteers participate in special summer projects such as summer English camps, water purifier teams, and workshops on various themes.  In all our projects, we seek to be a blessing hand to others and encourage our students to be blessing hand volunteers to others.  

Blessing Hands is registered as a United States 501(c)3 public charity with the EIN no. of 20-4794276. Your gifts are tax deductible in the United States. However, Blessing Hands is a Chinese Charity helping students in China. Our USA charity headquarters is in Morehead, Kentucky.  

Our staff members in China are mostly volunteers and all Chinese. Volunteer teachers select students and make sure they get their school support. Betty Cutts, our founder and volunteer director, works with a volunteer Board of Directors.


Blessing Hands charity is dedicated to nurturing disadvantaged students by providing access to educational opportunities and international friendships.


Most of our Chinese students live in the Guangxi, Yunnan, and Guizhou Provinces of China. We also help Filipino children in Mania.

Objectives and Programs

Blessing Hands initiatives are designed to:

  • To watch over our students' educational and physical welfare by removing problems to learning and growth.
  • Provide safe environments and supports for students to thrive and grow during the formative years of their lives.
  • Help students to hope toward the future and acquire an interest in studies like English that will give them a door into more opportunities.
  • Stimulate students to be givers rather than receivers - passing along blessings to others.
  • Develop altruism and charity in students through volunteer activities and the example of foreign sponsors.
  • To foster a family atmosphere of caring with their fellow Blessing Hands students and sponsors.

Programs currently sponsored by Blessing Hands are:

  • Providing school aid to primary students
  • Providing food assistance to middle school students
  • Providing tuition assistance to secondary school students
  • Providing college scholarships
  • Sponsoring pure water projects for schools
  • Encouraging book donations and funding for school libraries
  • Sponsoring village healers in minority Yao areas where children need vaccinations
  • Sponsoring special summer projects such as workshops, camps, and trainings
  • Providing rural primary schools with school supplies and equipment

Why You Should Support Our Charity?

These are our guiding Principles
 “Honesty and truth are first.”

We desire integrity in everything done or said, both dealing with others and within the structure of Blessing Hands.

“We are one family of mankind and worthy of equal opportunity and care.”

We want our students to feel like they are a family and be willing to view one another as a family helping one another.

 “Be faithful to commitments.”

We stand by our students and do not remove support lightly.

“It is better to give than receive.”

We encourage Blessing Hands students to pass on what they have received, becoming a blessing to others as they have been and are blessed.

“People are more important than things."

This principle makes us want to give tuitions rather than build structures.

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