CCEA Office, NEW TAIPEI, Taiwan --
|The CCRA/ CCEA Team in Ankeng|
Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) yesterday thanked more than 200 volunteers who were helping to deliver Chinese New Year meals to senior citizens living by themselves (or belong to the underprivileged families) for the holiday season. According to "China Post" (7.Feb. 2013) Hau said, according to tradition "if one has a pleasant Chinese New Year holiday, it means that the person will have a good year." Twenty-nine organizations in cooperation with Taipei's Department of Social Welfare (DOSW) raised NT$2.15 million for the charity event, paid for 1,000 sets of meals and gifts to be delivered to the homes of the elderly people living by themselves and underprivileged families.
|Unable to normally move her hands for 42 yrs, but thankful|
Some on the road questioned why they were not under those reflected addresses of privileged recipients. We could not really answer this question, but knew everything is intended for underprivileged families, or disadvantaged elderly people living on their own. We work together, when help is needed. In the picture even the chairman of United Mission of Taiwan (UMOT) took out his time to assist in this special caretaking event with CCRA. It is part of our mission to let the world know about Jesus and the love of the Heavenly Father (John 3:16). For Jesus there is no difference we are ALL privileged to receive his love and care. If you are interested HOW this is possible just get in touch with us. By praying and supporting this and other types of our ministry in Taiwan you can be part of our team. (Check on the right site how "For Love Gifts to our Mission Service in Taiwan").