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Hands on Shanghai is one of the city's leading charitable organizations. With a main objective of identifying the needs of local NGOs and matching volunteers to them, various projects require various lengths of volunteering time, typically volunteers may commit two to three hours on weekend.
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w: www.handsonshanghai.org
Heart to Heart Shanghai assists children admitted for heart surgery at the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre (SCMC) and the Shanghai Yodak Cardio-Thoracic Hospital.
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a: 218 Long Cao Lu, Xuhui District, Shanghai
w: www.heart2heartshanghai.net
Commited to improve the health and welfareof pets through education, care, advocacy, outreach, adoption and promotion of foster care as an alternative to traditional shelters. The organization largely depends on private donations as well as volunteer efforts.
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w: www.scaashanghai.org
Shanghai Roots & Shoots is granted a non-profit organization status by the Shanghai City Government and currently runs million tree project, eco audit program, and yes program, etc.
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a: 16/F, Ocean Tower, 550 Yan'an Dong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6532 3580
w: jgi-shanghai.org
Founded in 2008, Shanghai Young Bakers (SYB) provides a fully-sponsored French bakery training to disadvantaged Chinese youth (aged 17-23), enabling them to find qualified jobs and lead independent lives after graduation.
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w: www.shanghaiyoungbakers.com
Volunteers for this non-profit charitable orgainzation work to better the education and welfare of disadvantaged students in Shanghai. More than 250 proficient English speakers provide free language instruction in migrant schools throughout the city.
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a: 12/F, NGO centre, 1279 Zhongshan Xi Road, Changning District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 3209 0516
w: www.steppingstoneschina.net
Animal adoption platform ThinkAdoption was founded in September 2011 and has since placed hundreds of animals with loving homes. Their mission is to promote adoption–NOT buying. Once chosen, a pet is a lifetime commitment. ThinkAdoption believes all lives are created equally; every living creature should be treated with the same with dignity and protection.
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w: www.weibo.com/thinkadoption
WWF China has very active regional volunteer groups in 10 cities around China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Xi'an, Wuhan, Chengdu, Tianjin, Nanjing, Chongqing, Changsha, and Xinjiang province.
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a: Room 3002, 30/F, Block 2, 1 Zhongshan Bei Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai
w: en.wwfchina.org