On the fifth Tencent 99 Giving Day, the Amity Foundation takes the 10th place in the ranking of most successful fundraising organizations. Amity cooperated with 330 organizations and supported 435 projects. The motto of this year’s fundraising event was “Do good things together” (一块做好事).
Photos by Wang Pei / 王培
Young students celebrating their participation during the launching ceremony of the Suning Amity 2019 Football 1+1 Camp in Nanjing.
The famous former goalkeeper from Inter Milan, Júlio César, joined the Suning Amity 2019 Football 1+1 Camp as a surprise guest. The camp empowers children from rural areas and migrant background and foster their personal development through football.
On July 19, the HKDRF approved a grant of 4.542 million HKD to the Amity Foundation, Hong Kong for providing relief to flood victims in Guangxi Autonomous Region and Jiangxi Province. The grant will be used to provide food, quilts and hygiene items to 5,207 households in utter despair.
Yu Jiachuan is a football coach but he is most definitely not a professional football player. He comes from the Binhe Experimental School in the city of Mingguang in Anhui province, and his “profession” was as a Chinese literature teacher.