China Children and Teenagers' Foundation (CCTF), established on July 28, 1981, is the first national public raising foundation. CCTF operates under the governance of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) and is 5A rated, the highest level in China’s foundations, by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China.
The purpose of CCTF is to care for, foster, and educate children and teenagers in China and assist the government in improving the children and teenagers' education and welfare conditions. Spring Bud Project, Safety and Health Growth Project, Children's Happy Home and HELLO Kids are the four philanthropic brands fostered by CCTF.
In 1989, CCTF launched and implemented Spring Bud Project to help girls in poverty-stricken areas. The Spring Bud Project has become a renowned project for promoting the welfare education for girls in need in China.
In 2000, in order to appeal to the whole society to provide a safe and healthy environment for children in China, CCTF launched a large-scale public welfare project--China Children's Safety and Health Development Plan, or Safety and Health Plan for short.
In 2014, ACWF and CCTF jointly launched Children’s Happy Home project. The purpose of the project is to help solve problems in life care, kinship care, safety and mental health for children who have been separated from their parents for a long period.
In 2015, the program HELLO Kids was established. CCTF send Lover Packages, representing cares and greetings from all walks of life, to impoverished children and children affected by natural disasters.
CCTF has always kept to its original aspiration of adhering to passing love and faith from generation to generation, and creating considerably warmth and miracles from helping children and teenagers in need.
Official website: http://en.cctf.org.cn/