How you can help fight the coronavirus outbreak in China
Give2Asia is partnering with trusted Chinese charities, including the nonprofit Chinese Red Cross Foundation, to support frontline health workers and hospitals in Wuhan and nearby cities.
About Our Campaign
The 2019-nCoV coronavirus outbreak is an emerging global health crisis. To date, residents in China have suffered the greatest harm. Give2Asia is mobilizing an international campaign to support health workers and hospitals in Wuhan and other affected communities.
Currently, donations needed to:
- Purchase protective gear for medical workers, such as protection suits, gloves, and disinfectant.
- Provide frontline workers with food, subsidies, and lodging costs, particularly those who have traveled into areas most affected by the outbreak.
- Support the construction of temporary medical facilities to alleviate overcrowded outpatient departments and hospital waiting rooms.
- Initiate long-term recovery efforts, such as mental health treatment for frontline workers and education to prevent future outbreaks.
Our local partners for this campaign include:
- China Development Research Foundation (CDRF)
- China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA)
- China Womens Development Foundation (CWDF)
- Ramunion International (Zhejiang) (member of Ramunion)
- Hangzhou Ramunion Foundation (member of Ramunion)
- Beijing Social Work Development Center of Ramunion (member of Ramunion)
- Beijing Chunmiao Charity Foundation
- China Charity Federation
- Gingko Foundation
- Sichuan Haihui Poverty Alleviation Service Center
Our China team is in daily communication with these and other NGOs to monitor usage of funds, identify additional needs, and evaluate capacity to respond.
Give2Asia is a trusted partner for international philanthropy and the leader in donor-advised grantmaking to the Asia-Pacific. Since 2001, Give2Asia has facilitated more than $342 million of charitable grants across 23 countries. We have supported China-based charitable partners since 2001. Give2Asia has an extensive track record of disaster response campaigns, including a significant role in fundraising for the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake and other disaster events in China. We are honored to maintain close working relationships with our PSU (Professional Supervisory Unit) and the PSB (Public Security Bureau) in Beijing.