CFPA rapidly allocates disaster relief to aid Yushu earthquake victims

10:35, April 21, 2010      

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The China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) immediately allocated 200 tents to the earthquake-affected areas after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture on April 14. The earthquake killed at least 1,700 people and wounded more than 12,000. The CFPA also encourages people from all walks of life to contribute and donate money for the people afflicted by the disaster.

You can donate money for the disaster-stricken areas through the following channels:

Donation methods

Donation hotline: 010-6265 5199

Hotline for emergency relief items: 010-6256 1633, 6265 5199

1. Donating money through bank (Please indicate "情系玉树")
Account Name: China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation
Account Number: 8145-11681908091001
Bank: Bank of China, Beijing Science Exhibition Center Branch

2. Donating money through SMS: Send "5情系玉树" to 10699999

3. Donating money through post office (Please indicate "情系玉树")
Address: No.36 building (south), Shuangyushu Xili, Haidian District, Beijing
Postal Code: 100086
Receiver: China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation

4. Online donations

Online donations: Make a fast donation through Alipay at https://lab.alipay.com/life/donation/qinghai.htm?src=c_love_qinghai_renminwang

Make a fast donation through 99Bill at https://www.99bill.com/seashell/html/activity/donation/yush_fupin.html

Special notes on online donation receipts

Please send an email that contains your online donation account number, donation amount, name (for donation receipt title), mailing address, postal code, mobile phone number (telephone number) to fuwu@fupin.org.cn. We will prepare and mail a receipt for you through registered mail within 30 days after receiving your request.

5. Donations in foreign currencies

For U.S. dollar account:
Bank: Bank of China Beijing Branch
Address: No.2 Chaoyangmen Nei Dajie, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100010, China
A/C holder's name: China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation
A/C No.: 8145-11681908091014
SWIFT Code: BKCH CN BJ 110

Those who live in Guangdong province can also directly contact the Guangdong Office of the CFPA.

Methods to contact the Guangdong Office of the CFPA:
Tel: 020-8371 3452, 020-8327 6579
Fax: 020-8371 3453

Address: Room 805-809, Block 45, No.3 Jianshedama Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Bank Account Name: The Guangdong Office of the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation

Account No.: 0303-0142-1000-1026

Bank: China Minsheng Banking Guangzhou Branch Huanshi Sub-branch (Please indicate "情系玉树" when you make a donation)

Tel: 020-8371 3452, 020-8327 6579

(Editor:梁军)

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