Civil Charity Organization to Join Hands with Amity Foundation
By Josiah Li, January 24, 2017 09:01 AM
On January 19, 2017, "Home of the Reed", a civil charity organization of Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, visits the Amity Foundation. The both sides agree to promote charities in a joint effort in 2017. The Foundation will support "Reed's Home" in the fields of monitoring projects, online fundraising and voluntary work training.
The "Home" introduces its work in the past year and key projects in this new year, including charities for poverty alleviation, orphan care, rural community service and offering recuperation camps to families with disabled children.
The private non-enterprise registered in Zhenjiang Civil Affairs Bureau takes its name from Matthew 12:20. Founded by the youth fellowship of Zhenjiang Gospel Church in August of 2014, it aims at serving the disabled and elderly with the purpose "helping the unfortunate people with everything possible". As the early NPO and influential NGO in the city, it has carried out social service in the fields of helping the disabled and the elderly, narcotics control, community development and environmental protection. It has served about 4200 elderly people who live alone and the disabled and provided volunteer service to 9000 people."
Translated by Karen Luo
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