October 23: China Country Profile Webinar

Philanthropy in China

Give2Asia Country Profile Webinar Series



USA – Monday, October 23, 2017

China – Tuesday, October 24, 2017


USA West Coast (PST) - 5:00 PM

USA East Coast (EST) - 8:00 PM

China (CST) - 8:00 AM


To register, please fill out this form. You may submit your topics of interest or questions you would like to discuss. Please register by August 8th, 2017.

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On January 1, 2017, China passed a law that impacts how US-based donors provide support to local NGO’s. In compliance with the new Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations in the Mainland of China (the ONGO Law), Give2Asia became one of the first philanthropic overseas NGOs to successfully register in China. With a vote of confidence from the Beijing Public Security Bureau, Give2Asia now has the ability to extend the grant making capacity of US-based corporations seeking to support local NGO’s in China.
The ONGO Law requires procedural changes to the grant making process in China, as well as increased administrative management. This webinar will provide the following:

  • Background on the ONGO Law
  • Overview of how grant making in China has changed, including details on:
    • Required procedural changes to grant making
    • New administrative management processes
    • Expected annual grant-making timeline
    • Temporary Activity Permission
    • Implications for your giving priorities in China

In order for us to address your queries better during the webinar, please submit your questions when you register. We look forward to your engagement. 

Best Regards,
Give2Asia Team

Give2Asia's webinars feature practitioners and subject experts representing different perspective on the social sector in featured countries. These webinars will provide an opportunity to learn more about the social sector in Asian countries; however, due to the dynamic nature of the region careful due diligence and partnership selection is necessary. 



Birger Stamperdahl, President and CEO
Xiao Rong, VP China Operations and Country Representative

Give2Asia makes it possible to support local organizations in Asia addressing critical issues such as healthcare, education, livelihood, and the environment. By building long-term connections between donors and local programs in Asia, Give2Asia fosters trust and accountability on both sides of the relationship. With a team of local staff, advisors and partners in 25 countries in Asia, Give2Asia ensures projects are effective, results are transparent, and grant recipients are accountable. Give2Asia reports on activities to certify that projects meet the needs of the target beneficiaries and the donor, and works to make local charitable organizations more sustainable by expand their sources of funding. Xiao Rong plays a crucial role in providing strategic leadership to Give2Asia’s programs in China. Prior to joining Give2Asia, Rong served as a Research Fellow at the China Academy of Social Sciences, and as an Assistant to China Program Director of The Asia Foundation’s Beijing Office.

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Dr. Jia Xijin
Tsinghua University

Ranked as one of the top academic institutions in China and Asia, Tsinghua University is dedicated to academic excellence, the well-being of Chinese society, and global development. The University has 57 departments within 20 schools, which cover a broad range of subjects including medicine, science and social sciences, arts and literature, engineering, and law. At Tsinghua University Ms. Jia Xijin is an Associate Professor of School of Public Policy and Management, and the Vice Dean of Institute of Philanthropy.