The Secretary of the Amity Foundation Wins “2015 Responsible China Annual Tribute Award ”
By Grace Zhi, December 18, 2015 03:12 AM
The award ceremony of "Responsible China" 2015 , after for six terms since the creation in 2014, was held in Shenzhen on Dec.12th. Qiu Zhonghui, the vice president and secretary of the Amity Foundation won the "Annual Tribute Award".
Public China reports that the ceremony was held by Shenzhen Media Group and announced the 16 awards about the public welfare persons, action, organizations and thoughts. Wang Keqin of Love Save Pneumoconiosis won the "Public Person Award". Qiu and Wang Zhenyao, the dean of China Philanthropy Research Institute, won the "Annual Tribute Award".
In the award announcement of Qiu, "faith" was impressing and it explained belief and charity accurately: “Selfless, so tough; fear, so godly. On the path of faith, let charity nourish the hearts of human. On the path of charity, find the right home for faith. It's so honored that both man and the Word was glorified.”
The Amity Foundation, founded in 1985, is an independent Chinese social development organization, on the initiative of Chinese Christians to promote education, social service, health, community development and civil society building from China's coastal provinces in the east to the minority areas of the west. It has cooperated with over 20 countries and 300 institutions. It has invested more than 2 billion yuan in 31 provinces, cities and municipality in China.
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