This brochure was produced (between 1948-50) to send information to supporters of the work and runs to 18 pages. There are also engaging stories of the children from Miss Dibden's diary. Dr Harry and Mrs Winifred Lechmere Clift were BCMS missionaries from Nanning, Guangxi province, China. Dr Clift set up practice in Nathan Road and opened the Hong Kong Evangelical Fraternity Church and Bookroom there. It was they who had encouraged Mildred Dibden to start up on her own in Hong Kong in 1936, when she found no backing forthcoming from any UK missionary society. The Fraternity supported Miss Dibden from when she started up with her first baby in a small 2 bed rented flat in Tsimshatsui up to the time she moved to Fanling in 1940. The Bragas were a prominent family of Portuguese origin who had been long term supporters of the Home. Hugh Braga was an engineer and General Works Manager HK. Hon Sec Mrs H Braga refers to Norah Bromley, who was a BCMS missionary. Mildred Dibden herself was a former BCMS missionary.
The founding date November 11th became the Home Birthday and was celebrated every year.
Source: The Yip Family of Amah Rock by Jill Doggett