The faith-based Amity Foundation will launch a workshop of twelve lessons to empower social workers.
Conducting visitations for those in difficulties before the Spring Festival has become one of the regular practices of churches in China.
Reed's Home in Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province, hosted a love feast for the bereaved families many of whom have gradually overcome their grief.
Amity Foundation's assistance to flood-stricken areas is continuing, despite its emergency operation to assist the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei flood disaster, which has settled for now.
As the 2024 Chinese New Year is coming, churches in Hubei, Fujian, and Shaanxi provinces carried out caring visitation activities.
A Christian charitable foundation in Shanghai hosted a lecture to help parents create a more comfortable family environment.
As the 2024 Spring Festival is around the corner, a church in Guangdong visited the community with care and warmth.
Beijing's flagship megachurch announced the launch of psychological counseling services for distressed people.
On the third week of January, the Shanghai Municipal Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) held a series of public welfare activities for the disadvantaged.
On the Laba Festival, a group of volunteers paid a visit to two elderly long-term residences in a local leprosy sanatorium with food and care.
Churches in Liaoning, Heilongjiang, and Fujian provinces carried out visitation and student assistance activities before the 2024 Spring Festival.
Shanghai YMCA & YWCA conducted the 2023–2024 annual meeting in collaboration with the Shanghai Working Committee of the Long-Term Care Professional Committee of the China Charity Federation.
Amity Foundation Wins 'Influential Charity of the Year', 'Rural Revitalization Contribution of the Year'
The Amity Foundation was awarded “Influential Charity of the Year” and “Rural Revitalization Contribution of the Year.”
A charity organization affiliated with Yangpu District's CC&TSPM of Shanghai won the title of local “Charity Star.”
To help the disaster-stricken people through this tough time, the Amity Foundation issued digital "baby vouchers" to the affected people to purchase baby supplies, while churches from Guangdong, Fujian, and Hubei have donated funds and supplies to Jishishan County in Linxia Prefecture, Gansu.
A megachurch in Zhejiang organized a series of charity events at the start of the new year.
Christian organizations from Shanghai City, Shanxi, Jiangxi, and Guangdong provinces donated money and materials to the disaster area after the earthquake hit Gansu and Qinghai.
Following a 6.2-magnitude earthquake on December 18, Christian communities started relief and recovery efforts for Gansu and Qinghai.