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Great Walkers Bring Changes At Every Step

In 2009, CFPA took the everyone philanthropy as the focus of the public participation in charity, cooperated actively with the various parties, and held the popular public welfare advocacy activities. In recent years, CFPA has initiated such public-oriented projects as “Donate One Yuan, Give Benevolence, Offer Nutrition”, the Great Walkers, Unite the Force for Good and Charity Future. CFPA cooperated with the media to conduct large-scale public welfare programs such as “Dream Star Partner”, “Clash of the Choirs”, etc., CFPA cooperated with enterprises and celebrities in the “One cares One”, Jingxin Book Fund, and the 50th anniversary of the fight against global hunger art charity auction. CFPA also has initiated the theme activity of experience of 6.3 yuan---International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, China Poverty Eradication Award, and events of Non-governmental Forum on International Social Responsibility. 

Great Walkers Bring Changes At Every Step

Great Walkers is a large-scale outdoor philanthropic hiking event that combines public welfare and sports. It is the first public benefit hiking event of 100 kilometers in Chinese mainland and was launched by CFPA in 2014. The event encourages participants to form a team of four people to jointly overcome difficulties by walking day and night to complete the hiking challenge of 50 or 100 kilometers within specified time. With the belief of “Great Walkers bring changes at every step”, the event mobilizes people around us to support public welfare through actions and make contributions to the comprehensive development of children in poverty-stricken areas.

By the end of 2016, 20,000 people (numbers and volunteers) have participated in three Great Wall Walkers events, with aggregate donations of 11,321,915.65 yuan. There were 100,000 effective donations, totaling 60,000 beneficiaries (person-time). Great Walkers advocates that everyone can participate in philanthropy, and help poor children by “being close to nature and challenging oneself”.