On July 1, the Amity Foundation opened a service center in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.The center was established to promote friendship and cooperation and the sharing of resources between the people of China and Africa. Furthermore, Amity anticipates to improve the Bible printing services, provide social development and social services for the people of Africa.
Amity's education and the international exchange department welcomed a delegation from the Danish National School. For the seventh year the Amity Foundation provided the opportunity to get in touch with people in China and arranged a series of exchange and service learning activities.
On 10 June 2015 the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government has accepted the advice of the Disaster Relief Fund Advisory Committee and approved grants of HK$5.846 million to Amity Foundation, Hong Kong. The grants are dedicated to provide relief to the earthquake victims in Nepal.
From June 2 to 4, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited the Amity Foundation in Nanjing. He attended some of Amity's church-related projects and visited several of Amity's social institutions including the Amity's Children Development Center, the Amity Bakery and the Amity Printing Company.
A group of girls of the St Mary’s Anglican Girls School from Perth Australia visited Nanjing. The Amity Foundation hosted the group and they enjoyed a unique Service Learning tour in China full of life-enriching experiences.