ACCP Interact - China: ONGO Law Overview

ACCP Interact - China: ONGO Law Overview
On January 1, 2017, China passed a new charity law that impacts how US-based corporations provide support to local NGO’s. In compliance with the new Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations in the Mainland of China (the ONGO Law), Give2Asia became one of the first philanthropic overseas NGOs to successfully register in China.

With a vote of confidence from the Beijing Public Security Bureau, Give2Asia now has the ability to extend the grant making capacity of US-based corporations seeking to support local NGO’s in China. The ONGO Law requires procedural changes to the grant making process in China, as well as increased administrative management.

This ACCP Interact will provide the following: Background on the ONGO Law Overview of how grant making in China has changed, including details on: Required procedural changes to grant making Temporary Activity Permission New administrative management process  Expected annual grant-making timeline Implications for corporate programs (e.g., corporate foundation partnerships in China, employee giving, etc.)

Give2Asia has worked in China since 2001, partnering with over 300 local Chinese organizations. To date, they have supported corporate and individual donors to fund over 880 projects totaling over US$92 million in grants in China alone.  

ACCP Interacts are open to ACCP members only.
10/12/2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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