A: Yes! The Prince of Peace Children’s Home enjoys having visitors come to tour the facility and meet with the children. We are very proud of our work and love showing others what we do here at POPCH. We are available for tours Monday through Friday, minus holidays, from 10:00am to 4:00pm. See more details about visiting POPCH and to download the application form.
Q: Can I volunteer at the Prince of Peace Children’s Home in Tianjing, China?
A: Yes! Thank you for your interest in helping our children. We love having volunteers come and help at the Prince of Peace Children’s Home. Although Mandarin speaking volunteers are highly desirable, we encourage anyone wanting to volunteer to sign up. Our volunteers responsibilities range from basic duties to more unique, specific responsibilities based on the volunteers’ skills. See more details about volunteering at POPCH and to download the application form.
Q: Can I sponsor a specific child from the Prince of Peace Children’s Home?
A: As of right now we do not have a program to sponsor a specific child. We want to make sure that all the children in the Prince of Peace Children’s Home are able to receive an equal amount of funds for food, clothing, etc. We will be implementing a program to donate to specific child’s emergency medical needs in the future. We are currently working on this part of the website, so please come back and check it out!
Q: Is the Prince of Peace Children’s Home an adoption agency?
A: No. The Prince of Peace Children’s Home is not an adoption agency, but we have adopted out 32 children from the Prince of Peace Children’s Home. Take a look at some of the children who have found loving homes in the Unites States and beyond, here.
Q: Can I adopt a child from the Children’s Home?
A: Yes! We hope all our children will be adopted by loving parents. If you are considering adopting one of our children, you will have to go through an authorized adoption service agency for assisting with the adoption process. Please feel free to contact the Prince of Peace Children’s Home, and we can help begin the adoption process. For Bay Area residents, we recommend working with the Bay Area Adoption Services or Heartsent Adoptions, Inc. For Hawaii residents, we recommend working with the Hawaii International Child. Please keep in mind the final decision will be made by the China Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption. For the latest regulation regarding adopting from China, check out our Resources Page.