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            Charity & Support Groups (31)

            • Shanghai Healing Home

              Xin Sheng Ming Zhi Jia No. 35, Xujia Zhai Road, Cao Lu town,

              Shanghai Healing Home assists local Chinese Children Welfare Institutes by providing pre and post-surgical care to abandoned Chinese orphan babies with surgically correctable deformities. They also provide a...

            • Care4Bunnies

              Venues change accordingly

              Care4Bunnies is a dedicated team of bunny lovers working together to improve the lives of domestic rabbits in Shanghai and throughout mainland China, by helping to share the knowledge of how to correctly raise a...

            • B人BEL’s (Babel) main goal is to create a more equal and inclusive society, in which all people are respected as people, and everyone can have a life of opportunities and dignity. They want everyone to see the...

            • Started in 2005, Home Sweet Home began as a house in Puxi on Hongmei Lu, where homeless and disabled people could get a meal, clean themselves up, and do some training programs. Home Sweet Home works as a nonprofit...

            • Baby's Home

              2F Building B 1678 Dongfang Lu

              Baby’s Home is a grassroots non-profit organization founded by a group of mothers who saw the need to give orphaned children access to surgery, as well as a caring environment to heal in.

            • Stepping Stones

              3209 0516
              NGO Centre, 12/F, No. 6, 1279 Zhongshan Xi Lu, near Wuzhong Dong Lu
              中山西路1279弄6号国峰科技大厦12楼公益中心, 近吴中东路

              Stepping Stones is one of the most established expat nonprofits in Shanghai. They've been around for over 10 years and they are one of the only volunteer organizations for expats that has non-profit status in the...

            • 107 Stray Animals Station

              150 264 70370
              Venues change accordingly.

              This is a non-profit animal rescue group created in 2011. All the founder wanted was to give rescued animals a temporary, safe and loving home, and then find a true forever family for each of them. Since then more...

            • Bloodline, which began in 2017, functions as the foreigner outreach for the Shanghai Blood Center. The group in part grew out of a need to source rare blood types including Rh negative, a blood type very rare in...

            • Founded in 2005, Second Chance Animal Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of companion animals through education, advocacy, medical care, and foster...
            • Alanon

              138 1898 4771

              Mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to issues of problem drinking in their lives. Meetings are open to new members and those seeking information.
            • Morning Tears Alliance

              Room 902, Building 81, 980 Bei Di Lu

              Founded in China in 1998, Morning Tears is an international non-profit organization who stands up for children of convicts through raising awareness of the issues surrounding such children and capacity building....

            • Poppies Garden

              Online only

              Poppie's Garden is an animal rescue group founded in June 2016. It has two regular donor groups, one in Chinese and one in English. Poppies Garden usually has around 30 dogs waiting to be adopted and are always...

            • Founded in 2003, Xiersen aims to improve the condition of special education in China for Chinese people. Individuals can volunteer their time to support them by representing them at booths, helping with their...

            • SOS Children’s Village of China

              Room1101, 20 Yinzhahu tong Beiheyan Dajie Dongcheng District Beijing

              SOS Children’s Village of China is a welfare institution for the care of orphans set up by SOS-Kinderdorf International and the Chinese Government. There are villages established in Tianjin, Yantai, Qiqihar,...

            • Founded in Shanghai in 2008 by a native Chinese and three expatriates, Baobei Foundation provides surgeries and post-surgical rehabilitation for Chinese orphans with life-threatening birth defects. Baobei has...