Southern Metropolis Daily – Registered NGOs in Guangzhou can apply for grants of up to 100,000 RMB
Registered NGOs in Guangzhou can apply for grants of up to 100,000 RMB NGO最多可申请10万元 Southern Metropolis Daily (南方都市报), September 5, 2013 Guangzhou NGOs can now apply for grants of up to 100,000 RMB from a new, two million yuan fund. The money, called the ‘Accompanying Growth’ fund, is administered by the city’s Charities Association and is composed of donations that have not been designated for a specific use. It is intended to subsidise projects run by NGOs that have independent legal identities and are legally registered in the city. Its main focus is on helping those organisations that take part in the Guangzhou Charity Project Promotion Association. Each organisation is …read more
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