China-Dolls issues response to open letter
The China-Dolls Center has issued a response to an open letter that criticized it over alleged unauthorized fund raising. In its response the Center pointed out that it has always carried out its operations in accordance to relevant guidelines
Without justice, how can we talk of public interest?
In this article, He Yongqiang strongly criticizes the open letter published by the Song Qingling Foundation and 3 other public foundations to ask the Ministry of Civil Affairs to punish the grassroots NGO Chinadolls.
How different is crowd funding from illegal collection of funds?
Crowd funding has become a popular form of Internet financing. However, at this point, many are still unsure what the difference is between crowd funding and illegal fundraising.
From Wenchuan to Lushan: An Overview of Disaster Relief NGO Efforts
The author analyzes the changes in NGO relief efforts between the Wenchuan Earthquake in 2008 and the Lushan earthquake in 2013.
Beijing Times – Frequently changing policies leave foster families in the lurch while orphanages’ privileges are difficult to curb
Following the Ministry of Civil Affairs’ new draft of the revised Guidelines for Foster Family Management, this article sympathetically describes rural Beijing families whose foster children have been taken back to orphanages
Guangzhou NGOs Given Public Fundraising Authority
As part of the ongoing social management innovations in Guangdong, new Guangzhou fundraising regulations will go into effect on May 1 of this year, and will allow social organizations, civil non-enterprise units and nonprofit public institutions to fundraise publicly.
Guangzhou “frees” fundraisers
The Standing Committee of the Guangzhou Municipality People’s Congress passed “Guangzhou Municipality’s Fundraising Regulations” that expands fundraising activities for all social organizations and public institutions engaged in the charitable or “public welfare” field within Guangzhou.