By now, you’ve probably already heard of the tragic situation endured by Liang Jin, a young Chinese boy who has suffered burns in over 80% of his body.
Since May 9th, when he first met an expat from here in Shekou, Shenzhen, a small group of people have been working hard to organize and develop a system that can ensure the funds are raised to help cover the expenses of what will surely be years of treatment and rehabilitation. With the help of the doctors and nurses at the hospital in Bao’an, where Liang Jin is currently being treated, a plan has been outlined and the fundraising goal of 800,000 RMB has been set. As of today, 36,625.46 RMB of that goal has been raised from 585 contributors.
Aside from the hundreds of individual contributors, some noteworthy activities have taken place recently; including:
A Mother’s Day Pig in the Box Roast on May 12th at George & Dragon where 100% of the profits were donated along with donations from other individuals there; totalling 10,700 RMB.
The Shekou Hash House Harriers raised 7,000 RMB during their Annual Red Dress Run on May 26th. Donations from their group continued over the weekend and reached 10,000 RMB by Sunday.
And Shenzhen City Channel featured the Liang Jin story during their news program at 11 p.m. on May 26 and again at 7 a.m. on May 27th.
Click here for more details about the Liang Jin story, to learn more about up-coming fundraising event, and for the latest news, updates, and stories; or please see the information below on how you can donate to support his rehabilitation efforts.
Liang Jin Donation bank account:
Household name: shenzhen charitable association
Bank of China Minsheng Bank Shenzhen Branch Futian Sub-branch
Account No.: 1806 0144 000 0055
Account contributions must note: Deyiliangjin
开 户 行：中国民生银行深圳分行福田支行
帐 号：1806 0144 0000 0055
Donations to the Tencent charity will be entered into the Shenzhen Charity Association’s Deyi fund account. Every invoice can be invoiced.
The charity Tencent will monitor, the Shenzhen charity will monitor, and the group of organizers will also be monitoring it.
Personal donations can also be made via this WeChat QR Code (the page is in Chinese but it’s intuitive to follow and donate):