Contact in the UK
Mr Doug Plummer
18 Birch Avenue; Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 1EJ, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 7711361637
Email: doug.plummer AT jhf-china.org
Mr Peter Gee, Bookkeeper
1 Shirley Gardens
Barking, Essex IG11 9UZ
Tel: +44 (0) 208 594 0771
Email: jhf-uk.finance AT jhf-china.org
The Board comprises a wide range of people who are enthusiastic about supporting JHF's work in China and who, between them, have many years of experience of working in and with China.
Those present at the 2014 AGM photo-call were:
Standing L-R: Ian Corsie, Stephen Percival, Doug Plummer, Peter Gee, Paul Wernham, Culain Morris, Ian Lee-Mather, Leon Phua, Mel Richardson
Sitting L-R: Ruth & Neil Crook (holding Esther & Joshua), Sue Wernham, Carline Lee-Mather
Not able to be with us on this occasion:Julian Williams, Pauline Cartwright, Philip & Joan Bush
We said farewell to Pauline (after 3½yrs with us) & Culain (after 9½yrs with us). We shall miss them, their valued input & service. And hello to Ruth (ex-associate from 2007-8 Urumqi); we look forward to her contribution as we continue to serve JHF.
- To inform and challenge Christian groups with opportunities of serving and supporting the Chinese peoples
- To recruit and place professionals who are committed to such service
- To raise funds in order to support the work of JHF
- To promote the welfare of those working in China
- To support and advise the JHF HK executive team and board
JHF in China Day Conferences
These events started in the home of Paul & Sue Wernham in 1998, growing in size and support over the years and are now held in different places around the country where those interested in JHF's work in China can meet together. They provide a forum for returning associates to share about their work with a sympathetic and supportive audience, a "launch pad" for new associates going out for the first time and an ideal opportunity for others seeking direction and exploring possibilities for service in China.
Giving to JHF in the UK
Jian Hua Foundation is a Registered Charity in the UK (number 327925) so any donations may be made under the Gift Aid scheme whereby the charity can claim back the tax originally paid on the amount from the Inland Revenue. For further information contact Peter Gee.
If you are using eBay to either buy or sell items, please be aware that you can make a contribution to JHF by selecting JHF either by name or category keyword (China, Medical, Teaching, Relief, Aid).
Last updated on: Wed Sep 24 15:00:27 2014 by: Lillian Lee