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Liaoning Agape Foundation, China

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Founded in March, 2016, Liaoning Agape Foundation (LAF) aims to bring together all kinds of love and talents to focus on the development of the most vulnerable young people and explore innovative philanthropy models. With the help of technological, specializing, transparent and international management, LAF thrives to become the most innovative and credible private foundations in Northeast China.

 

Globethics.net Foundation, Switzerland

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Globethics.net is a worldwide ethics network based in Geneva, it provides an electronic platform for ethical reflection and action. The core contributions from Globethics.net Foundation are from the following five aspects:

    1. Online library on Ethics
    2. Online Chinese Christianity Collection
    3. Religious art collection
    4. Publications
    5. Training workshops for entrepreneurs

 

The Amity Foundation, China

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The Amity Foundation is an independent Chinese voluntary organization founded in 1985 on the initiative of Chinese Christians and support of interested groups to promote education, social services, health, community development, environmental protection, disaster relief, and poverty reduction in the underdeveloped areas of China. Amity projects have benefited more than ten million people both at home and abroad.

Amity International Liaison Office is hosted at GAF in Geneva.

 

Faith in Business

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Based at Ridley Hall in Cambridge since 1989 and for 29 years they have been working on a disciple of Jesus. There is a weekend conference in Cambridge every spring with business topics from a Christian perspective.

From August 2018 Faith in Business will cease to have a formal link with Ridley Hall. However, Faith in Business will continue in the form of an independent Foundation CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation). The Cambridge spring weekend conference for businesspeople will continue, but from April 2019 will be held at Westminster College.

 

Lavington United Church, Kenya 

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Lavington United Church (LUC) was founded in 1960 through a joint effort of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK), Methodist Church of Kenya (MCK) and the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) as a community church to minister to the Lavington community. LUC runs various social and diaconal projects in slum area of Nairobi in education and health sector.

GAF supports social projects of LUC. 

 

Boston Westwood Foundation, USA

Boston Westwood Foundation (BWF) was founded in Massachusetts, USA by a group of entrepreneurs from the high tech industry in Boston area who had passion for love and care for others. The goal of Foundation is to facilitate the science, technology, education and culture exchange and innovation worldwide, especially between China and US that would enhance and strengthen the love, trust, and support in the family as well as in the society. Foundation is currently focused on several areas covering Science & Technology domain to promote technological innovation and intellectual property protection, Education domain to encourage the innovation in academic and cross-related areas, and emphasize on the morality and the quality education, Culture domain to enforce multi-culture communication especially between China and US.