On February 28th, the first Blue Book of Social Organizations of Shenzhen - Annual Report on Social Organizations Development of Shenzhen (2018)edited by Shenzhen Administration of Social Organizations and CGPI was released.
On February 25th, CEO Jules Kortenhorst and his team of Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) visited CGPI for in-depth discussions about the future cooperation in climate change and signed memorandum on strategic cooperation.
CGPI and Shenzhen Council for the Promotion of Community Construction signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement and unveiled Shenzhen Community Governance Information Center at Shenzhen International Innovation Center.
After 40 years of rapid economic growth in the “Reform and Opening Up” era, China now has the second-highest tally of millionaires in the world. These newly wealthy individuals seek to carry on their legacy and to promote social values through family philanthropy. Meanwhile, the philanthropic sector as a whole is burgeoning. China passed its first Charity Law in 2016, expanding the field of charity from a focus on disaster relief, poverty alleviation, and education to encompass many other areas related to social welfare and sustainable development. The Center for Family Legacy at China Global Philanthropy Institute (CGPI) carried out an exploratory assessment of China’s family foundations, evaluating and ranking foundations based on size of financial contributions, degree of social impact, and governance, and identifying challenges and opportunities for further increasing philanthropic engagement and efficacy.