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In this issue we bring you the latest news from China's growing
grassroots nonprofit sector, including stories on building migrant
communities in Beijing, elderly care in Shanghai, a technology social
enterprise for Western China, 2009 giving trends in China, and much
much more. Please feel free to share with your friends and communities
who care about charitable causes in China. As always, we appreciate
your feedback and opinions!
In China’s cities, migrant workers and their families are undervalued, underpaid, and undereducated. They are marginalized and have little stability in their working and living environment. Compassion for Migrant Children (CMC) is one organization working to change that. This Beijing based NGO, offers tutoring and training for migrant children, their parents, and teachers through community centers strategically located in migrant neighborhoods. I spoke with Jonathan Hursh, the founder of CMC, to learn more about their work.