Aslam and his friends had to walk up to 5 kilometres each way every day to fill containers with water from another village. Now they have a safe water bore in their own village.
Lin Li looked like he would have to leave school at a very young age because of his family’s economic situation.
Have you ever wondered if there is more for you than simply your 9 to 5 (or 7 to 7) hour day and “getting the job done”?
Sydney to China is a short article written in response to a question David is often asked; “You’re a business leader, what led you to start Heart for Kids and ChinaHeart”?
These are David’s experiences in making the leap from business leader to a business leader on a mission. More…
Helping kids re-write life stories and turn around futures
Safe water bores are currently being installed in 1 village per month.
That keeps between 1300 and 2000 children and family members safe.
We would love to do more.
Old unsafe water pumps
New safe water bores