Fund Set up to Promote Church Social Service in Sichuan

By Yetta Yao, February 07, 2018 08:02 AM

Rev. Liao Xiaoqin, chairman of the Luzhou TSPM, signed a cooperation contract of the Rose Fund with Qiu Zhonghui, general secretary of the Amity Foundation, Jan. 27, 2018.(Amity Foundation)

Recently a fund has been established to promote local church social service in Luzhou located in Southwest China's Sichuan province.

The Amity Foundation and the Luzhou TSPM collected money to finance the movement. 

On January 27, 2018, the launching ceremony of the Amity Foundation's Rose Fund was held in a church in Luzhou. After signing the cooperation contract, Amity and the Luzhou TSPM will work together in the construction of the ability to serve the society, poverty alleviation, assistance to poor students and orphans, disaster prevention and relief, and health care. 

- Translated by Karen Luo

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