Children of All Nations Supports Work of Child Advocacy Program with $250,000 Gift





The Child Advocacy Program (CAP) of Harvard Law School is pleased to announce the receipt of a $250,000 gift from Children of All Nations (CAN). The gift, which will be distributed over five years, will provide funding to CAP to pursue its international human rights work on behalf of unparented children and their right to family.  The gift demonstrates the long-standing relationship and commitment of the CAN organization, led by President and Chief Executive Officer Snow Wu, to CAP and its founder and Faculty Director Elizabeth Bartholet (HLS `65).

To celebrate the presentation of the gift, Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow joined the CAP staff, Ms. Wu, and other distinguished guests in the Caspersen Room of the Law Library on September 9, 2016. After thanking Wu and the CAN organization for their generous gift, Dean Minow noted, “This gift is a testament to the power of partnerships between Harvard Law School and our community organizations.  With this partnership, we can expand the work of Betsy Bartholet and CAP, all while continuing to build strong relationships with wonderful organizations like CAN.”

Austin, Texas-based CAN was established in response to the ever-changing needs of orphaned children around the world and the challenges adoptive families face.  CAN, which is operated by Great Wall China Adoption Agency and founded in 1996 by Wu, is dedicated to improving the lives of children by reaching out to nations around the world to place children and give humanitarian aid globally.  To read the full text of the press release, click here.