The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - China Health Partnership
The China Health Partnership, a program of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, was founded in 2005 in conjunction with the National Health and Family Planning Commission (formerly the Chinese Ministry of Health) and Tsinghua University to address the major healthcare issues facing China’s citizens. Through comprehensive training, research and educational programs, this innovative program focuses on key concerns such as non-communicable diseases, workplace safety and the effects of urbanization and environmental degradation on public health.
Wings of Music
Founded February 21, 2009 by Mr. Chai Liang, musician, conductor, and professor at the Central Conservatory of Music and Mr. Guo Yong, Wings of Music brings the world of music education to the children of migrant workers, teaching them self-confidence, teamwork, and discipline while they learn to play an instrument. The program provides free high quality musical education to the kids in the children’s orchestra, strings orchestra or percussion.
The Traces of Love Education Project
Founded in 2009, the Traces of Love Education Project by Johnny Jiang has donated nearly 4.5 million Yuan to the Shandong Red Cross to help provide learning and education opportunities to some of China’s poorest students. They have helped over 1,110 impoverished students through generous donations over the past eight years.
The Guoli Love Foundation
The Guoli Love Foundation is a national charity that focuses on helping children in the Yunnan Province with medical care, schooling and emergency support to aid in their development. Mr. Zhang Guoli personally has traveled to support the children by financing healthcare for those in need, and ensuring their schools have proper equipment and supplies.
The China Beauty Charity Fund
The China Beauty Charity Fund was established in special recognition of Ms. Yue-Sai Kan’s contribution to society and charity. As chairman and ambassador, Ms. Kan inspires social change for women and children across China and support the “Smile Train” China cleft lip and palate repair charity project. The “Smile Train” China provides cleft lip and palate repair surgery for China’s poor with a focus on children.
The China Welfare Fund for Disabled People
The China Welfare Fund for Disabled Persons was established March 15, 1984 and is a national 5A level public offering foundation. Their aim is to promote humanity, dedicate love, and to serve the disabled wholeheartedly. The foundation is focused on helping disabled people and is dedicated to empowering Chinese people with disabilities including the visually impaired, and to provide women and children with medical care and educational materials.
HAI KANG BEI FOUNDATION
Founded in 2016, the Hai Kang Bei Foundation’s mission in helping autistic children led to the creation of the “Love and Art, Lighting the Starry Sky” program and other special care programs to provide guidance for autistic children in society. The program also seeks to increase awareness of autism and teach tolerance for these special children. Through Magic, Music, and Love, they have brought autistic children and their families new hope.
The Cedar Charity Foundation
Established April 30, 2015, Cedar High Rise’s main goal is to help children who grow up in poor areas, by building a spirit of self-reliance, self-confidence and self-improvement. This is done by developing and funding educational programs for underprivileged students. Since its inception, Cedar High Rise, in cooperation with 20 national high schools in the area, funded 3,122 poor students, helping them complete high school.