Circle of Hope - Unlocking Dreams
Join us for an afternoon of inspiring stories about precious children in China who were abandoned by their families because of disabilities and learn how you can help unlock their dreams of being part of a family and grow up to live full lives! 

The afternoon will feature speaker Alison Kennedy, ICC's Project Leader and Therapy Manager in Hengyang, while you enjoy a decadent afternoon tea. 

You will also have the opportunity to speak to Alison and other ICC staff and long term volunteers during afternoon tea. 

Date: Sunday 21st May 2017 

Location: 
Brisbane Chinese Alliance Church 
983 Rochedale Rd
Rochedale QLD 4123 

Time: 2:15 PM for 2:30 PM Start 

Ticket Cost: $15 each


For more information about this event or purchasing tickets, please email us at australia@chinaconcern.org or call on (0) 7 3812 8118