The promulgation of the ONGO Law of PRC in the January of 2017 establishes different requirements on domestic activities of ONGOs. After the implementation of this new law, many ONGOs are still not familiar with the laws and enforcement, which results in many of these ONGOs running illegally. Many ONGOs have legally registered in China, but due to the insensitiveness of the law’s boundaries, they are always trapped into considerable legal risk.
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14:10-15:00 Keynote speech
ONGO law application and enforcement; post-registrations tasks; the forms that ONGOs can take to cooperate with domestic NGOs.
15:15-16:30 Panel discussion
-Panel 1- Have CSR practices entered a next version?
-Panel 2- PRC Charity Law and how it impacts ONGOs.
Kim learnt about Mifan Mama back in 2015 after meeting its Founder Ms. Julie Garret, soon after she become a board member and is involved in their event planning/fundraising.
After having a child of myself I felt that I had to something for the children in my host country that are less fortunate and Mifan Mama was the right organization for that.
Mifan Mama is a committed group of individuals who fundraise to provide basic necessities to orphanages across China, in addition to providing year round support we also run variety of projects which primary focused on health and education.
Sir Horace Kadoorie Youth Development Foundation which funds free vocational training programmes for underprivileged and migrant youths.
He has over 25 years of corporate and senior management hospitality experience including being Director of Membership Services and Operations at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Prior to this, he was at The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited, the owning and operating company of The Peninsula Hotels, which he joined in 1991, taking on various executive positions within the group in Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Shanghai and in the company’s head office where he was Group General Manager, Operations until 2016.
Wally has been working in international non-profit organizations for over 14 years and specializes in membership/donor relationship management. Wally has joined Orbis since 2015 and oversea Orbis China’s corporate partnerships and public relations.
Stefan Ahrens is the founder of Vega Sports Management, Which aims to build and manage football.
Academies for trainers and children across China. Prior to this, he was the Founder of Cawela International Shanghai, an international training company.
Mr. Ahrens has been very active in the sports industry, including charity work with football institutions for children and leading management tasks.
Mr. Yang had served as CSR and Government Relations Manager of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai for more than seven years. Mr. Yang joined the Chamber in 2005 and led Chamber’s robust Corporate Social Responsibility program. Trough initiatives in community outreach, environmental stewardship, employee health & safety, corporate governance, public healthcare, NGO capacity building, and public-private partnership, AmCham Shanghai CSR program has been growing to be an effective platform for different stakeholders to communicate and collaborate.
Miss Qi focuses on creating a dynamic and healthy charity atmosphere, and providing innovative solutions to bridge the gap in between donors and small Non-profits of various areas from all over China. She oversees more than 50 corporate charity/CSR programs in per year, both via major charity events including E.G.G. Walkathon, Family Walkathon and Ride in Red, and through daily cooperation in forms of special funds, employee participation, designated donations, cause-related marketing, etc.
Prior to her experience in SUF, Qi Lin was as senior consultant of Recende and Accenture. She was director of the Fundraiser Camp and translated the book Non-profit Marketing.
Qi Lin holds a degree in MSc Finance from Nanjing University.
- Date：Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
- Time： 14:00 —16:30
- Venue：Gubei Civic Centre (NO.99, Road East Fugui, Shanghai /上海市富贵东道99号古北市民中心)
*You can take line 10（subway）, get off at Songyuan Road station and then come out of the station at EXIT 1. The Gubei Civic Centre is within walking distance. Specific route is listed as follows:
- Language: English