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发布时间:2015-01-07     作者:admin

 

Serving the community allows students to gain awareness of and contribute to the world around them, and become more caring and active leaders in society.

 

 

2009 Graduates

15 hours

2010 Graduates

45 hours

2011 Graduates

75 hours

2012 and after

90 hours



Charities in China

Below is a list of charities (provided by Shanghai International Family) that our students can get involved in.

CereCare Wellness Center for Children
A live-in center providing physical rehabilitation and education to children with cerebral palsy.
Iris Lieu, cerecare@gmail.com, www.cerecare.net

Hands on Shanghai
Partners with a variety of local charities to create flexible volunteer opportunities for individuals and companies.
Richard Brubaker, rbrubaker@handsonshanghai.comwww.handsonshanghai.com

Heart to Heart
Helps children going through heart surgery; organizes regular play times with the children receiving surgery, collects donations of blankets, toiletry kits, and other items for the children.
Christine Cullen, Christinecullen@h2hsh.netwww.heart2heartshanghai.net

Jin Hu Migrant School English Program
Provides English lessons for 200 migrant students every Saturday morning.
Randi Ponek, rponek@msn.com

Project Hope
Operates a "train the trainer" program teaching doctors at the Shanghai Children's Medical Center; organizes regular play times for the children.
C.M. Leung, cmleung@public9sta.net.cn , www.projecthope.org

River of Hearts
Collects, sorts, and delivers donated clothing and other items to needy people in remote Chinese villages. Rudi Conley and Betty Szatowski
riverofhearts@communitycenter.cn , www.communitycentercn

Roots and Shoots – The Jane Goodall Institute
Environmental and humanitarian volunteer program for youth, started by primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall. Projects include tree planting trips to Inner Mongolia, recycling programs at school and in the city, and Anhui poverty alleviation trips. Students are encouraged to design and run their own projects.
Tori Zwisler, roots&shoots@zuelligpharma.com.cnwww.jgi-shanghai.org

Second Chance Animal Aid:
Rescues, heals, fosters and adopts out stray cats and dogs in Shanghai.
Milton Menefee, director@scaashanghai.orgwww.scaashanghai.org

 

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