"Charity warm families" campaign donates materials to people in need in Tibet
Xinhua News Agency, Lhasa, November 10 (Reporter Cao Pengyuan and Hou Jie) on the morning of the 10th, the "Symposium on loving Enterprises to help fight Poverty and the activity of the Chinese Charity Federation" was held in Lhasa, and the China Charity Federation cooperated with loving enterprises. 4000 down jackets were donated to the needy people in Dangxiong County, Bilu County, Jiali County and Luoza County of the Tibet Autonomous region, and 8 million yuan worth of medical equipment was donated to Beiru County.
According to Liu Wei, vice president of the China Charity Federation, the "Charity warm Wanjia" activity is a large-scale charity project jointly sponsored by the China Charity Federation and charity associations at all levels throughout the country, which has been carried out for 17 years in a row. This year's event was supported by the Department of Civil Affairs of the Tibet Autonomous region, the Tibet Development Assistance Foundation, the China Medical Materials Association, the Bosideng Public Welfare Foundation, and many other units.
Tibet is an important battlefield in the battle to get rid of poverty, and the "charity warmth" campaign will lead more loving enterprises to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and participate in philanthropy in Tibet. Zhan Chengfu, member of the party leading group and vice minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, said in his speech, "the person in charge of the local government will deliver down jackets and other charitable materials to those in need as quickly and fairly as possible. We will work together to create a good charity ecology on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. "
Since the beginning of this year, the China Charity Federation, in conjunction with the China Medical Materials Association, under the coordination of the Tibet Development Foundation, has successfully performed free surgical treatment for 44 children with congenital heart disease from Naqu and 20 children from Dangxiong in Tibet.