100 Runners at Midnight

For the 9th year running, Greg Schultheis and a wonderful team of volunteers held the annual MIDNIGHT CHARITY RUN in Shenzhen, China. 100 runners along with generous sponsors raised a total of RMB239,000 (US$36,000) in support of the work of Captivating in China through the Shenzhen Charity Federation CAPTIVATING Fund.

Check out the photo gallery below and be sure to lock this event in your calendars for October 2018.  To Greg, the organizing team, runners and sponsors – THANK YOU SO MUCH for your generous support. Keep an eye on captivating.org for stories and updates of how your support is making a difference in the lives of children and poor families.

 
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CAPTIVATING’S ONE MORE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM | CHINA

Li Ming Dares to Dream

Li Ming is one of the scholars under the One More Year Scholarship Program in China.




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180 Women Chosen for the 2024 Chicken and Pig Farming Training in China

e excited to announce that the 2024 Pigs, Poultry, & Prosperity Program is well underway in its preparation phase.




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Liu Fengxia: Learning and Loving Art

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CHICKEN FARMING PROJECT | CHINA

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Sheci Luozhi: All Grown Up as a Senior Sister

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