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Foundation Introduction

Founded in 2008 and initiated by Xia Yixian, founder of EZSVS charity foundation, it is a new model to develop public welfare undertakings on the basis of learning from excellent foreign models. Jinshi charity focuses on the vulnerable groups of the society, gives full play to our potential, helps those who need our help, provides help to children, the elderly and families in different areas, improves their living environment, and further promotes the construction of a harmonious society.
Purpose: Gather love, Promote charity, Promote social forces to participate in public welfare undertakings.

Main Event

  • 2019

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation and the First Affiliated Huaxin Hospital of Tsinghua University set up an action group to help children with congenital heart disease, providing medical assistance to 45 children with congenital heart disease who were screened out in Shuicheng, Qinglong and Wangmo counties of Guizhou province.

  • 2018

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation donated 200,000 yuan to poor students from Hubei University and 100,000 yuan to a local charity organization in Ji 'an, Jiangxi province. At the same time, the "Heart Start" project donated 720,000 yuan to children with congenital heart disease.

  • 2017

    The Inner Mongolia Red Cross society, the First Affiliated Huaxin Hospital of Tsinghua University and Xing 'an Vocational and Technical College jointly established the Inner Mongolia "Xinqidian" alliance initiated by Beijing EZSVS Charity Foundation to help 14 children with congenital heart disease in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia.

  • 2016

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation n and the First Affiliated Hospital of Tsinghua University have signed a cooperation agreement on the "Xinqidian fund", providing medical assistance to 27 children with congenital heart disease in Shuicheng county, Guizhou province.

  • 2015

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation donated funds to the education development foundation of Wuhan university to fund the establishment of the golden stone scholarship grant and the laboratory construction of the school of electronic information in Wuhan University. In the same year, Feng qiang, a former employee of EZSVS, had his child diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).

  • 2013

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation donated 200,000 yuan for disaster relief and reconstruction after the Ya 'an earthquake.

  • 2012

    In the name of "donating money to help students", the EZSVS Charity Foundation has established a permanent project of the charity fund, which is to donate 90,000 yuan to the tuition of 60 poor students at the Huimin middle school in Haiyuan county every year.

  • 2010

    Donate school supplies and daily necessities to left-behind children in Beijing sun village.

  • 2009

    Donated learning and living materials to the central primary school of Silang township, Yang county, Shaanxi.

  • 2008

    The EZSVS Charity Foundation was established. In the same year, after the wenchuan earthquake, the EZSVS Charity Foundation donated 500,000 yuan for disaster relief and reconstruction.

Fund Program

Bamboo Support Fund
We have provided support and donations to the educational cause in poor and backward areas, and provided study aid and employment guidance to poor students. Up to now, we have donated 2.01 million yuan worth of books.
Xinqidian Support Fund
Relief operations for children with congenital heart disease have provided medical assistance to children from poor families between the ages of 0 and 14. Initiated by The EZSVS Charity Foundation, Inner Mongolia Red Cross society, the First Affiliated Hospital of Tsinghua university, and Xing 'an vocational and technical college, Inner Mongolia Xinqidian relief alliance was jointly established.
Da’ai Support Fund
It is a social assistance program for the hearing impaired, including skills education and targeted poverty alleviation. At the same time, EZSVS Charity Foundation officially became the sixth mobile party branch member of Beijing foundation joint party branch.
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