CRC is happy to announce that Shanghai Rende Foundation is now the Chinese charity partner of CRC.

Shanghai Rende Foundation was initiated by Amity Foundation (Nanjing) and is an official non-governmental grant-making foundation in Shanghai. Corporations working with CRC will now be able to receive an official donation receipt or juan zeng fapiao for their CSR program. Through RenDe, CRC projects will also be able to accept funds from the Tencent platform.



Currently, CRC has the following projects you and your organization can be involved with:

  • Education Sponsorship

    CRC Education Sponsorship program operates in 9 provinces, with a datase of over 500 children. The purpose is to help impoverished students from rural areas cover their yearly high school or university tuition and basic living expenses.

    Target: high school/vocational college/university students in the Chinese countryside

  • Bookworm Libraries

    Through this program, corporations can provide age-appropriate fun books and bookshelves to primary schools in the interior of China.

    Target: primary schools in the Chinese countryside

If you are interested in these CRC programs, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Huang Fumei

"I like reading. My primary school teacher used to say that knowledge can change one's destiny. So born to a poor family, I hope that, through my own efforts, I can get admitted to the university and find a good job afterwards, and thus change my destiny and resolve family difficulties.“

I have a big family with my elderly grandparents, my father and mother, two younger sisters and a younger brother. Grandpa is 71 years old and too senile to do manual work. His job now is to take care of the grandchildren and keep the house. Grandma is 70 years old. She often suffers dizziness due to high blood pressure, which she always has to take medicine to control. We would feel relieved as long as she can take care of herself.

One of my younger sisters is a high school freshman this year and she's a quite good student. Both of us are in high school now and high school costs. Tuition, books, and living expenses all need money. My little brother and the other little sister are in the sixth grade of primary school. Tuition and books are free at that level because the government pays for them. However, we all need to pay for our living expenses, learning materials, and stationery.

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