Richard Greenwell shares an encouraging message about the blessings he has experienced – because of people like you – throughout his seven years as Asian Aid’s CEO.
This year, as Asian Aid celebrates 50 years of giving and growing hope, it does so with humility and gratefulness for God’s divine guidance. Here we share a snapshot of some of the many things Asian Aid has experienced since 1966.
On September 8, Asian Aid is running Poetic Justice – a forum for youth to tell stories that inspire change. Young people will be using spoken word and creative expression as a means of social change.
This past May and June, Asian Aid has been blessed once again by your generosity and compassion. Our 50th Anniversary Appeal that supported our Meet-the-Need Fund had an overall goal of raising $2 million in two months. We we’re confident we’d reach it.
Helen Eager was 26 years old when she began volunteering with Asian Aid. Today, almost 50 years later, Helen remains amazed at the impact Asian Aid has had, and continues to immerse herself in service that is often very confronting and sometimes heartbreaking
Asian Aid’s CEO shares his 50th Anniversary wish for the agency, and explains why he is proud to be part of a family that is passionate about creating a world where people live free from poverty.