Jiangsu Female Lawyers Contribute to Women, Children's Charities

August 11, 2019
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

Female lawyers receive letters of appointment from the Jiangsu Women and Children's Welfare Foundation. [jschina.com.cn]

 

The Female Lawyer Expert Advisory Group of the Jiangsu Women and Children's Welfare Foundation was jointly founded and an exchange meeting of the work of the foundation's special fund was held by the foundation, Jiangsu Women's Federation and the Jiangsu Lawyers Association in eastern China's Jiangsu Province.

The aim of the establishment of the advisory group and the exchange meeting was to further strengthen the management of the special funds under the foundation, effectively reduce legal risks in the special fund's activities and protect the legitimate rights of the donors, the recipients and the foundation itself.

Bai Zhiying, deputy executive-director of the foundation, read out the Decision on the Establishment of the Female Lawyer Expert Advisory Group of the Jiangsu Women and Children's Welfare Foundation at the meeting.

The first participants in the advisory group program are 15 individuals who will reach out to local women and children in need with free normalized legal services, providing them with online and offline charitable funds, legal consultations and other relevant legal services.

Chen Liyan, Vice-President of the Jiangsu Women's Federation, hoped that the advisory group and the foundation would carry out this practical work in a sustained way for the benefits of all women, children and families in Jiangsu.

Bai Zhiying, deputy executive-director of the Jiangsu Women and Children's Welfare Foundation, reads out the Decision at the meeting. [jschina.com.cn]

 

(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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