Around 20 years ago, a teacher was touched when he realized that one of our kids was troubled by his family’s sudden financial stress. For the kid’s entire learning life was significantly disturbed, the teacher initiated a “private fundraising” among our teachers to provide the affected kid with pocket money. Through collecting donations from the family members of the school, a “Community Care Fund” has been established coincidentally for 20 years to support our kids with family’s financial needs. In the Henrietta Family, we hope to assist the kids in need, hoping to accompany them in storms and predicaments. It is also our faith to empower the kids to overcome their challenges, persist, and focus on their academic studies. “Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due when it is in your power to act. Do not say to your neighbor, “Come back tomorrow, and I’ll give it to you”—when you already have it with you (Proverbs 3:27-28).” Because for those who are in need indeed, “delayed help” can be a disaster. Unintentional procrastination can even make a difficulty fatal. The new wave of the Pandemic has created a deep financial impact on many families. I doubt that some of our fellow schoolmates are even at the ‘center of the turbulence.’ We sincerely hope that our Community Care Fund can show support and our concerns to our kids.