A Graduation Celebration You Don't Want to Miss! | Goldman Sachs Volunteers Lend a Brush 

Upcoming Event:

Saturday, June 9th:

2012 Spring Talent Program Graduation
St. Paul American School
18# Guan'ao Yuan, Qinghe
Haidian District, Beijing
9:30 a.m. -- 16:00 p.m.
                        *RSVP required

Give Tools for TALENT

ABC is looking for donations of basketball equipment, arts supplies or musical instruments.

If you would like to donate to our TALENT program, please contact Jennifer at

Our Social Impact:

27: Orphans supported through our DREAM Program

31: Orphans placed in loving homes through our Domestic Adoption Initiatives

168: Foster home families in Southern China financially supported by ABC

301: Number of rural and migrant teachers who have participated in our Teacher Training initiative

880: Number of volunteers who have taught in our TALENT Program

3,089: Migrant children who have participated in our TALENT Program

3,355: Hours of free vocational skills, language, life skills training and career counseling received by orphans in our DREAM Education Program

You are invited to our 2012 Spring Talent Program Graduation!

On Saturday, June 9th, we will be recognizing the achievements of our migrant students in the 2012 Spring Talent Program. This event will feature the artwork of over 120 students, a musical performance, and an interschool basketball tournament. Lunch will be provided for a small fee. RSVP to Sophia Li at by Wednesday, May 30th. Please include your name and organization. We will email you to confirm your attendance and provide directions to the school. We look forward to you seeing you there!

Goldman Sachs: Painting the Way to a Brighter Future

Out of breath from scaling five flights of stairs, the Goldman Sachs representatives quickly gathered their nametags and filed into what would be the competitive arena for the day. With 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living room, this foster home proved to be a challenge for the 17 Community TeamWorks (CTW) participants, but as ABC’s founder Steve Hwang advised in his prep talk, this Corporate Social Responsibility project would test their “teamwork and problem solving skills.” The additional energy and enthusiasm displayed by 6 former ABC DREAM students further contributed to the productivity of the day. 

Utilizing the limited time and resources they were given, one team especially demonstrated excellent teamwork skills and was awarded for their hard work. On May 19, 2012, the once barren walls transformed each of the rooms into warm and inviting spaces, soon to be the future home to many of ABC’s incoming class of DREAM program students. 

 Every child deserves a family

Every child deserves an education

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