On August 19, typhoon Rumbia made landfall in Shandong Province. Flooding affected more than 5 million people and caused devastation of a large amount of harvest. On August 24, the Amity Foundation started an emergency disaster relief project to support people suffering.
On August 21, the Hong Kong Disaster Relief Fund approved a grant of $5.824 million to Amity, Hong Kong. The grant will provide rice, flour, cooking oil and quilts to benefit 10,622 families which suffered in severe floods since July.
On July 29, the Amity Foundation and Transformation Nepal signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a strategic partnership in Kathmandu. The signing ceremony took place during a forum and networking event, attended by 25 Chinese and 34 Nepalese representatives of social organizations.
The Government of Hong Kong has approved a grant of $536,000 to Amity Foundation, Hong Kong for providing relief to flood victims in Sichuan Province in the Mainland, on July 23. The grant will be used to provide rice and oil for the flood victims to address their imminent needs.
The Archbishop of Uganda Rev. Stanley Ntagali led a delegation of eight people to visit the Amity Printing Company on May 24, 2018. The delegation was attended by representatives of the national Bible societies of Uganda, Kenya, South Africa and Singapore.