SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Qfund.me, China's leading crowdfunding platform, has entered into a partnership with the Social Diversity for Children Foundation (SDC), an international charitable organization committed to empowering children with disabilities. Through this partnership, Qfund.me will provide fundraising platform service for future events initiated by SDC.
Qfund.me, one of the world's biggest crowdfunding platforms with more than 160 million users in China alone, will support the fundraising efforts of SDC by sharing project posts to all the registered users and offer real-time money transition services.
Through its partnership with SDC, Qfund.me will help the people that it serves by helping them reach specific funding goals in an efficient and inexpensive way. SDC provides several creative therapy programs in arts and music to empower children who are suffering from disabilities, and by promoting inclusivity, acceptance and compassion to able-bodied youth.
"Qfund.me is devoted to helping those who are working to help others, such as the people at SDC, who are battling against diseases but who have insufficient medical budgets," said Wang Jing, co-founder and CFO of Qfund Management. "With this project, we are willing to make a positive impact to improve the lives of children who suffer from disabilities, meanwhile with the experience of SDC project, we are looking forward to support more NPO projects to presents social care."
Qfund.me, which launched its English language platform in March, is the first crowdfunding platform to adopt blockchain technology to offer accurate data tracking to protect against fraud. Its superior UX and ease of navigation allow fundraisers to share their stories and projects, along with supplemental content like blog posts.
Through its mobile-friendly platform, users enjoy one-on-one customer support and real-time money transfer services. By charging a low flat rate as platform service fees with no other hidden costs, Qfund.me helps users keep the overwhelming majority of the funds that they raise.
Zhang Lin, head of overseas Chinese affairs at China's Consulate-General in San Francisco attended the event, while renowned Chinese-American leader Florence Fang made remarks that recognized the increasingly important role of the youths in philanthropy.
Pang Yan drove many guests to tears, with her narratives of SDC's founding history and the hardships the foundation endured for more than a decade.
Qfund fundraising projects are categorized as medical, memorials, emergencies, education, animals, sports, travel, faith, community and others to better share users' unmet needs and support opportunities to connect with willing helping hands. As of August 2017, Qfund has successfully helped to raise over US$ 1 billion of funding from its 160 million registered users.
For more information about the SDC project, please visit https://www.qfund.me.
Qfund.me, founded in 2014, is one of the world's largest crowdfunding platforms, and the biggest in China. The platform is the preferred choice of more than 160 million Chinese users and campaign organizers and is now also available for North American users.