Nationwide

NGOs operating nationwide

The Badi Foundation

To release the potential of individuals and institutions in China to advance their own communities, with a special emphasis on women and youth living in rural areas.

Barry and Martin’s Trust

“Barry & Martin’s Trust” is an English registered charity active since 1996 between England and China in Aids education, prevention and care, established in memory of the late Barry Chan. We have held workshops on Aids education, treatment and care, and sponsor an Aids workshop website: www.hivworkshop.com. Our activities include giving an annual prize in ...

Beijing Aili Myasthenia Gravis Care Center

To help the people living with myasthenia gravis (MG) gain equal rights and improve their quality of life.

Beijing Brooks

Focus the diversification of educational methods and practices.

Beijing Green Cross

Promote an environmentally conscious lifestyle in rural areas, to “make the countryside more like the countryside”.

Beijing Huizeren Volunteering Development Center

Utilizing professional volunteer services to promote social innovation and the development of public welfare institutions.

Beijing Stars and Rain

We provide professional training, help parents with autistic children to improve their parenting skills and promote the development of social services.

Beijing Zhongze Women’s Legal Consulting Services Center/ Beijing Qianqian Law Firm

We are devoted to the cause of preserving the rights of women, offering an independent and innovative approach to addressing the difficulties facing Chinese women.

Capacity Building and Assessment Center

Using the resources from a widespread international collaborative network to allow the full utilization of local talent. Providing continuous, multi-level services to meet the special needs of organizations in different stages of development, in order to promote the continued development of the social services industry.

Care for Children

To relieve the hardship, distress and sickness of orphaned and abandoned children in Asia through the development of family-based care as an alternative to institutional care.