Delegates from Ronald McDonald House Charity Fund of China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (CSCLF), a fund started by CSCLF and McDonalds, attended a training program held by Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in the United States from April 12 to 14.
Jing Duqnuan, vice-chairman of CSCLF, met with Donell Bullock, director of international affairs at Global RMHC, and visited Orlando Ronald McDonald House by Lake Nona.
Jing (L) meets with Donell Bullock (R), director of international affairs at RMHC.
Donell Bullock briefs attendees on the situation of the Ronald McDonald House based in Hunan province.
The training program was organized by RMHC, and was attended by executives from the charity based in 10 countries.
The training program consisted of seven different sessions -- "the role of a non-profit organization council", "the role of the council member in a non-profit organization", "how to build an effective council", "what's significant in effective governance", "philanthropic fundraising", "leadership of the effective council", and "visit a local Ronald McDonald House".
RMHC China's representatives discussed the development of RMHC in China with other representatives. They exhibited what China has accomplished in philanthropy since the implementation of the policy of reform and opening-up, and especially after the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.
The comments made by delegates from China were warmly received by the other attendees at the event.
Attendees listen to a lecture.
Despite different languages, cultures and religions, the delegates were united by the same hopes and aspirations. Through attending this event, representatives of RMHC China were able to learn new ideas from abroad and gain a better understanding of how money can continue to be raised through philanthropy.
(Source: Fund Department)