Homes for Life


On 5 May 2012, International China Concern officially opened two new group homes in the city of Hengyang. Read the story of what these homes mean for the lives of 18 special children.

ICC Newsletter

Issue 2 2012

Rich Hubbard was a long-time associate of ICC and former board member. He passed away in 2010. . On 5 May 2012 at the group homes opening, Rich’s wife, Lynda, and his two children, Sam and Amy, unveiled a plaque naming the homes as the Rich Hubbard Group Homes.  They are joined by Wang Zhi Hong and Yeng Zheng.

A Tribute to Rich Hubbard


The Rich Hubbard Group Homes are named in honour of Rich Hubbard, a long time associate of ICC who passed away in 2010 after a battle with cancer.

Significant Milestone


In 2013, ICC celebrates its 20th anniversary and you're invited to be part of the celebration and send us your memories.

John Cooper, ICC's China Teams Manager working in Sanmenxia

China Team Dates 2013


Find out when we are putting on teams in 2013 -- our 20th anniversary year! Go to China and join the celebration by serving some special children in China.

ICC Newsletter 

Issue 1 2012

From Abandoned to Abundant


Read the incredible story of a young man named Li Shi, one of the first boys to come into ICC’s care, about his journey as an abandoned child to a life that inspires many.

A New Look for ICC


You may have noticed some real changes in this website and our promotional materials. Find out more about this change.

John Cooper, ICC's China Teams Manager working in Sanmenxia

China Teams

Learn more about ICC's China Teams and how your participation makes a real difference in the lives of so many abandoned and disabled children. 

David Gotts at Walk the Wall Vancouver 2011

Walk the Wall

Walk the Wall 2011 was a huge success with record numbers of participants and a record amount donated! Find out more about the event and how you can get involved in 2012.

Schools in Canada Walked the Wall

A Vancouver-area Christian school decided to make Walk the Wall a significant part of their fundraising efforts for charity. Read more about their efforts and how much they raised.

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