The Youth Social Responsibility Development Center works with university students to improve public welfare, encouraging more students to care about their community, join relevant organizations, and participate in public welfare activities.
Our TFish Fund-supported project was launched in November 2012, with the goal of guiding young people to engage in social practice, support grassroots organizations, and develop through public welfare activities. The students have been carrying out various activities in their own hometowns, and many have become volunteers at various public welfare organizations.
The students from Northwest University volunteered at a vocational training for teenagers sponsored by Little Bee Public Welfare organization. Some other students participated in a project on mental health, assessing the mental health of children at a child welfare agency and the elderly at a nursing home.
Caring about the development of the public service for youth is to care about the future of the public welfare. We aspire to impact thousands of university students in Xi’an in order to promote the harmony of our society, and hopefully, we can start reaching out to millions of university students all over China. They can influence their parents and educate the next generation of students. With their effort, the harmony of the state and the revival of the nation can be fulfilled.
Original article written by Qiong Huo, translated by Maggie Li, edited by Yanyan Zhang
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