Our Overseas Aid projects


ASIAC's Overseas Aid Program aims to ' advance and encourage the relief and welfare of children, with or without families, in any developing country'.

ASIAC seeks to assist communities with self-sustaining projects with a strong emphasis on education, skills training, health care, orphan care and community infrastructure programs. Active involvement of the local communities in projects is encouraged by providing labour, materials, advice and general support in order to strengthen co-operation, collaboration and capacity building.

Two past projects supported by ASIAC are:

Daycare Centre, Cebu, Philippines - Funding provided towards the development of this new kinder/pre-school centre which will accommodate up to 50 children a day. The centre will also have a feeding program to help women learn to plan meals and ensure their children get a good meal once a day, five days a week. Overall, the project and the Centre will help over 250 families to complete their educaiton, obtain employment, learn income-generating skills eg. baking, handcrafts etc.

Disabled Infants & Palliative Care Unit, Heng Yang City, China - This New Admissions & Palliative Care Unit will provide medical care, resources and staffing to babies and infants abandoned because of disability and ill health. Funding was provided towards beds, bedding, hot water machines, sterilisers, nappies, formula, storage and medical equipment.

For more information on our Overseas Aid Projects, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To make a personal donation towards our projects

If you wish to make a personal donation towards any of our Overseas Aid Projects, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also support the many ASIAC events for the year – please check ourEvents webpage for details.

To submit an Aid proposal for funding 

If you are an overseas organisation looking to apply for funding from ASIAC, please email our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., for a copy of our Overseas Aid Guidelines. Please note that ASIAC has limited funds and accordingly preference is given to the countries from which our families adopt their children - China, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand.