Charity Fund Benefits More Than 1.5 Million Left-behind Children

August 28, 2019
Editor: Wang Liyan
Charity Fund Benefits More Than 1.5 Million Left-behind Children

Students of Zhaoshi Town in Hunan Province receive books donated by the "Little Migrant Bird Fund" [china.prcfe.com]

 

Hosted by the China Children and Teenagers' Fund and KFC of YumChina, the "Little Migrant Bird Fund" 2019 Summer Camp report-back performance was held on August 27.

The fund's 2019 Summer Camp gathered 50 left-behind and migrant children from 11 provinces across the country, organizing a series of activities including art performance appreciation, visits to the Imperial Palace, lessons in environmental protection and culture and art appreciation. The Camp aimed to provide children with healthy, happy and meaningful summer vacation and opportunities to give full play to potentials and realize dreams.

Since the "Little Migrant Bird Fund" was set up by the China Children and Teenagers' Fund and KFC of YumChina in 2016, it has been carrying out many activities to care for left-behind and migrant children nationwide.

So far, the fund has received donations of more than 13 million yuan (US $1.82 million) for holding more than 300 activities and benefited over 1.5 million left-behind and migrant children.

 

(Women of China)

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