Love Knows No Boundaries

Love Knows No Boundaries

Marie-Lucie Spoke has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to charity, caring for those who are less fortunate. Learn more about how she ended up working for children and youth's education in China.

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Visit the countryside with CRC this November

Visit the countryside with CRC this November

This November, from Wednesday, November 29 to Friday, December 1, join Community Roots China (CRC) on the most meaningful trip of your year - visiting impoverished students in the depths of rural Sichuan (near Xichang city). 

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Leadership Workshop 领导力演讲

Leadership Workshop 领导力演讲

Some say leaders are born. Others say they are shaped. Everyone can be a good leader and learn how to do it right.

"Leadership is influence. Nothing more. Nothing less." ~Oswald Sanders. Some say leaders are born. Others say they are shaped. Everyone can be a good leader. Join our course today and learn how to do it right!

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Education Sponsorship Race and trip to countryside

Education Sponsorship Race and trip to countryside

Join the Education Sponsorship Race! Teams that raised the most funds will receive special recognition and awards.

Join the Education Sponsorship Race to help disadvantaged students in rural areas. Gather your colleagues and friends to raise funds for sponsorship, and join us on a trip to visit the students in the countryside. Teams that raised the most funds will receive special recognition and awards at our celebration ceremony in December!

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Education Impacts the Social and Economic Development of China

Education Impacts the Social and Economic Development of China

Scott Rozelle, a China expert, economist, and the co-director of the Rural Education Action Program (REAP) at Stanford University posits that increasing the educational opportunities of rural left-behind children is key to the continual social and economic development of China.

Scott Rozelle, a China expert, economist, and the co-director of the Rural Education Action Program (REAP) at Stanford University posits that increasing the educational opportunities of rural left-behind children is key to the continual social and economic development of China.

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Help left-behind children attain their dreams!

Help left-behind children attain their dreams!

Help disadvantaged left-behild chidren attain their dreams, and effect a positive change in the future of China. It is the right thing to do.

There are 61 million disadvantaged left-behind children in rural China. Two-thirds of these children will not attend high school because the cost of tuition and boarding is too high for their families. Help these students attain their dreams, and effect a positive change in the future of China. It is the right thing to do.

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Community Roots China

Community Roots China

Introducing Community Roots China, a charity organization focusing on getting corporations to give back to the children.

Introducing Community Roots China, a charity organization focusing on getting corporations to give back to the children. 

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Cooperation Agreement with Shanghai Rende Foundation

Cooperation Agreement with Shanghai Rende Foundation

Shanghai Rende Foundation was initiated by Amity Foundation (Nanjing) and is the second non-governmental ...

Shanghai Rende Foundation was initiated by Amity Foundation (Nanjing) and is a 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.

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A brighter tomorrow - Lives of seven students in Guangxi

A brighter tomorrow - Lives of seven students in Guangxi

 Children are our hope for the future and education is the key to their success. We approached several teenagers ...

Children are our hope for the future and education is the key to their success. We approached several teenagers from poor families living in Dahua, Guangxi. They are attending high school in spite of the financial pressure caused by the need to pay tuition for high school... 

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