资助项目

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中小学助学金项目

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高中生助学金项目

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图书项目

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特殊项目

助学金项目直接向贫困初中、小学生发放人民币现金,此资助可用于学生的书本费、学杂费及其它学习用品费用,也可以包括学生的部分生活费用。
高中生助学金项目主要资助最贫困地区的高中生。评审准则以学生的贫困程度为主,以学习状况(包括学习成绩,进步程度,求学上进精神)为辅助标准。
图书项目始于2003年。从项目建立以来,通过基金会在中国农村的义工网络,我们联系并帮助极需图书的学校及时申请资助,并保证捐赠的图书得到充分利用。
特殊项目主要是帮助解决基金会捐助学校在教学和生活中存在的一些主要困难,改善学校教学环境和生活条件,让老师和学生能更好的进行教学和学习活动。

义工快讯2019年5月号 Volunteer Newsflash May 2019

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OCEF义工快讯2019年5月号(总第82期)

各位义工朋友:

本月,我们与大家分享来自湖北一所乡村图书馆的感谢信,希望乡村的书香和读书声,如汗水浇灌下的花朵在各地绽放。


助学快讯


2019年春季助学金进入实地发放环节,各地协调员利用空余时间到各个学校进行发款和发书。四川的春季助学金由代表处直接通过汇款汇到学生账号。5月4日,召开2019年春季协调员线上会议。会上大家讨论了春季发款的细节,同时投票确定于8月17-18日在吉林召开协调员线下会议。5月19日,2019年协调员线下会议筹备组召开了第一次沟通会,会上对8月的协调员会具体工作做了分配。2019年春季,我们为48位协调员和学生采购图书2740余册;感谢以下参与图书采购的义工:张华、蔡鹤松、贺庆、石烈英、阴悦、秦梅、张月逸、蓝施霞、胡阳、郑思斯、何泳卓、曾振华、林玲、蔡波恩、吴晓洁、申睿、梁颖、黄婷、郭艾娜、包晨、蓝清。

特殊项目部资助山西省广灵县加斗乡西加斗小学打井项目;该项目由上海捐款人赵玉莲定向认捐。深圳朝向集团有限公司捐赠一批足球服、足球和袜子,发往甘肃会宁榆中、贵州务川、江苏连云港、四川宣汉、山西岚县广灵和江西遂川。

网络课堂资助四川罗平小学网络美术课美工材料。

监察部甘肃平凉义工柳中铭利用五一假期走访宁夏海原三位代课教师。甘肃兰州义工李灵走访榆中四中,现场体验了网络课堂的教学情况,并通过微信与负责上课的老师进行互动反馈。卓韵宝走访山西广灵,开展春季助学金发款并探望受助代课教师。5月22日,卓韵宝走访四川理塘,并与朱玮一起走访四川自贡助学金项目点。

图书部湖北义工到枣阳市新市镇肖庄完全小学开展传书活动。甘肃省武威市凉州区黄羊镇二坝小学、湖北省襄阳市襄州区朱集镇朱集乡村图书室在收到OCEF捐助的图书后,带领孩子们开展传书活动。河南省濮阳市濮阳县柳屯镇大没岸中心小学5月开始课外读书打卡活动,鼓励孩子们阅读图书。5月读书吧共读活动,共有105位老师提交报名,最终62位老师经审核通过,参与本月活动。联系审核5月新申请的15所学校,为审核通过的河北、河南、甘肃、湖南、广西的十所学校班级图书角配书790册。为河北、河南、湖北的三所学校图书室配书1450册,分别由CZhou93、奥斯汀爱心辣妈群、湖北10000社区定向认捐。召开首次读书吧阅读领航员共创会。参加此次共创会的老师有张敏、廖兴翠、杨艳情和田萍四位老师,大家一起讨论了每个人希望分享的图书和内容;后续将由这四位领航员带领大家分享他们最喜欢的一本书。


OCEF之星

李国仕,现任广西横县旺安小学教师,2015年开始参与OCEF图书项目,将图书项目介绍到他所在的学校和周边的学校,逐渐在横县形成了一个图书项目片区。2018年开始注册成为基金会的正式义工,担任横县几个项目学校与基金会的对接工作,负责该地区的图书项目、特殊项目、网络课堂项目,这学期还协助图书项目组在群里做线上答疑工作。李老师虽然本职工作很忙,但还是利用工作之余,无论线下还是线上,都积极主动承担基金会很多工作,成为广西区非常得力的一位活跃义工。


一线反馈

海外教育基金会及尊敬的湖北电信(注:捐款人):

2019年5月18日,朱集乡村图书室有幸获得你们的联合资助,开展了爱心图书捐赠活动。此次活动共捐赠爱心图书500册,内容涵盖儿童思想道德、科普知识、绘本故事、文学艺术等方面适合儿童身心特点的图书。这些主题丰富的图书如同及时雨,给处于发展初期的乡村图书室带来了莫大的帮助!扶贫先扶智,我们坚信,此次活动也将有效改善乡村孩子们的阅读条件,让更多的乡村孩子拥有多读书、读好书的机会。你们提供的是价值高、意义大教育扶持。对此,我们向你们致以崇高的敬意和感谢!

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2019年5月19日

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捐款人快讯 2019年5月号 Donor Newsflash May 2019

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寒门难出贵子?




编者按:本文作者薛英是海外中国教育基金会(OCEF)义工,曾担任高中生奖学金项目新疆助学点协调员多年,经常下乡走访贫困学生家庭,有丰富的一线经验,现在担任OCEF回信组组长。薛英以她在基层工作时所遇到的几位“寒门子弟”在社会有爱人士的资助下,勤奋努力,考入理想大学,成功就业、成才的故事,让我们看到一个真实而温暖的命题。谁说“寒门难出贵子”!只要有OCEF这些公益组织的存在,只要有越来越多的有爱人士加入到这些爱的奉献群体当中,一定会帮助更多的“寒门子弟”通过自己的努力奋斗改变命运,所谓“寒门难出贵子”的结论就一定会成为众矢之的、尴尬离场的伪命题!

“寒门难出贵子”是去年曾在朋友圈比较热门的一篇文章,暂且不去讨论这篇文章的论述及内容,就点题的结论,我就不能苟同。作为一个在农村及县城工作了二十多年的基层工作者,亲身经历、耳闻目睹的大量事实证明,寒门子弟,是可以通过努力学习获得良好高等教育,并以此为契机改变自己的命运轨迹的。

在县教育局工作那些年里,做过一段时间民间组织OCEF的协调员,为了确定资助对象,走访过数百个贫困家庭,亲眼看到过寒门子弟生活的家庭环境。有些家庭,真得是可以用家徒四壁来形容。但是他们中的半数以上最后都被理想的大学录取,也如愿就读并且最后毕业,凭着自己的努力过上了与自己的父辈截然不同的生活。那些孩子中,令我印象最深的几位,至今令我难以忘怀。

输在了起跑线上的“寒门子弟”

第一位从北京外国语大学毕业后考取了公派留学生,本科毕业后去了法国,如果没有继续读博,她应该已经毕业工作了。这个孩子的遭遇,完全够格被寒门论作者认定为出生就输在了起跑线上的“寒门子弟”。这个孩子是汉族人,住在离县城约十公里的一个村子里,这个村以维吾尔族村民为主,因此,村教学点没有汉族班,只有维吾尔语学校和班级。这孩子的父亲是残疾人,没有劳动能力,母亲患有精神方面的疾病,一个哥哥一个姐姐,也都不同程度存在一定的智力缺陷,在这个孩子被老师发现带去学校上学之前,全家五口人都是文盲。

上世纪九十年代中期,我们县面临基本扫除青壮年文盲、基本普及九年义务教育工作的“两基”验收,各组政府、各学校、教学点拉网式查找失学、缀学适龄儿童,这个孩子家所在村的村小老师走访到她家,发现了这个九岁还没上学的孩子,于是经过与学校和村上商量,免除了这孩子的全部书费、学费(那时候还没实行两免一补政策),把这孩子带到村小学上学,当然是就读于维吾尔语班(那时候也还没全面开展双语教学)。孩子很勤奋,也很有天份,从上学开始就是每次考试第一名,小学和初中还跳过级。

就这样,这个孩子从小学直到高中,各种学习及生活费用等通过政府资助,学校老师帮助,慈善组织资助等途径解决,没有因为经济问题出现过上不起学等情况。高中毕业,毫无悬念地以高分考入北京外国语大学法语专业。上大学时,县民政部门和镇政府出钱解决了她大学第一学期的学费、部分生活费及去学校的路费等费用。后来听我们县考入北外的学生说那孩子上大学后通过助学贷款、学校向贫困学生提供的勤工俭学岗位、自己兼职打工、学校奖学金及一些社会慈善组织的帮助完成了大学学业,顺利出国留学。

维吾尔族孩子:古丽

第二个孩子是个维吾尔族孩子,称她为古丽吧,一个很漂亮的小姑娘。父母都是文盲,企业下岗职工,没有地,没有农民应有的技能,家徒四壁。好在我们县是各民族杂居区,古丽的父亲汉语很流利,虽然自己是文盲,却很重视教育,无论家里多穷,都要让孩子受教育。作为OCEF协调员家访过这孩子家后,我将孩子和她父母的情况告诉了一位希望资助一个孩子的在石油系统工作的A先生,A先生从这孩子高一第二学期开始资助,资助范围包括这孩子每学期的学费、书费、住宿费。

后来这孩子考上了北京一所211大学,A先生又资助了孩子去北京上大学的路费等其他一些费用。A先生因工作原因经常去北京出差,也经常会来新疆的南疆出差,孩子也与A先生及家人一直有联系。现在孩子考取了南疆一个机关单位的公务员岗位,A先生有时候与我谈起这孩子,还很为她自豪。孩子的哥哥高中毕业后因为汉语水平比较高,在我们县也有了稳定的工作,收入还不错,孩子的父亲也找到了一份适合自己做的工作。那孩子一家的生活,与当年我去走访的时候相比,有了截然不同的改变。

寒门兄弟俩

还有一个男孩,家中兄弟俩,父亲的生病及早逝造成了家庭的困顿。我去走访这孩子家时,他家的房子已经卖掉,他和哥哥、母亲借住在不知道是村委会还是别人家的除了床和锅碗瓢盆、炉子、桌子之外没有其它家具,除了灯泡没有其它家电的两间小小的房间里。家访之后,我与一位曾向我表示想资助两个孩子的乌鲁木齐市一位私营企业主的B先生取得了联系,B先生当即决定资助这个孩子。从高一第二学期开始的,B先生对这孩子的资助范围与A先生对那姑娘的资助范围差不多。

两年半后,孩子顺利考入北京一所大学,也是一所211工程学校。再后来,孩子大学毕业在内地找到了工作,收入不错,如今已经结婚有了自己的家。前些年偶尔还与B先生联系,谈起这个孩子的时候,B先生赞不绝口。孩子的哥哥高中毕业报考了一所零批次录取的师范大学并被录取,得以免费读完了大学,大学毕业后听说回到新疆在北疆一所中学教书育人。在新疆,教师的工资是高于公务员的工资的,孩子的哥哥已经结婚成家好几年了。如今,这曾经的寒门兄弟俩和他们的母亲,已经完全摆脱了“寒门”的命运。

机械工程师

我这里想说的最后一个孩子,是我印象最深刻,也是我接触最多的一个。这孩子本来有一个虽不富裕但还温暖的家,在她上初中时,因为一场意外,失去了父母家人,靠乡政府给的微薄的生活费生活,父母给她留了八亩地,孩子上学同时,还在上学之余在八亩地里种麦子。她在上高中时,未对学校和老师提起过她的困难,她的班主任是一位非常细心的老师,因为这孩子拖欠学费及孩子平时的一些表现,老师感觉到这孩子家庭经济情况可能比较困难,于是将这孩子作为资助学生候选人推荐给我。我去距离我们县数十公里之外的另一个县这孩子家家访时才从她的邻居口中知道了她的情况。

因为OCEF的资助在当时是每学期1000元,远远不够这个没有父母的孩子高中住宿、生活及学习的费用,于是我将她的情况整理后发到了OCEF论坛。一位杭州的OCEF义工看到帖子后通过我与孩子取得了联系,开始了对孩子的资助。在这位义工的资助下,孩子顺利读完了高中,考取了内地一所211学校,通过助学贷款、勤工俭学、奖学金等顺利完成了大学学业,毕业后找到了一份不错的工作。毕业没多久孩子靠自己的努力还完了助学贷款,孩子去银行还完最后一笔助学贷款的那一天打电话给我,抑制不住她内心的喜悦。接到电话时,我也激动得差点掉眼泪。如今,当年的孩子已经成了一位机械工程师,立了业,成了家,作了母亲有了自己的宝宝,成了一名成熟、自信、知性的年轻职业女性和母亲。

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在我做OCEF协调员的五年间,除了这几个孩子以外,还接触过大约一百多名接受OCEF资助的寒门子弟。对于这些孩子我没有进行过详细的追踪,但他们高中毕业考取大学的信息当年都进行过了解,因为OCEF会在这些孩子大一的时候提供每人1000元的奖学金,因此我知道这些孩子中的绝大多数考上了不错的大学。其中有个女孩,我听她的高中同学说她大学毕业后又读了研,后来留在大学成为了一名大学教师。

我亲身耳闻目睹这些孩子的经历足以证明寒门的孩子通过社会的扶持和帮助,自身的勤奋和努力完全能够改变自己和家人的贫寒的命运!随着部分地区(如新疆)十二年教育两免一补政策的实行,这些地区的寒门子弟们完成高中教育在经济上已经没有障碍。我前几年接触过的一些在大学及毕业后和我还有联系的曾经的寒门子弟们告诉我,上了大学以后,除了助学贷款,学校会提供很多勤工助学岗位以帮助贫困家庭孩子度过难关,解决经济困难。只要自己够努力勤奋,寒门子弟完成大学学业完全不成问题。

无可否认,国家还有一些政策贯彻执行不到位的贫困、偏远地区,而我们一些诸如OCEF的公益组织带着各地有爱人士的爱心和奉献,给这里的孩子带来了希望,为他们的梦想和未来助力、加油,提供帮助和关爱。相信通过国家政策的有力实施和推行,社会各届有爱之人的援手和奉献,寒门弟子们自身的努力和勤奋,“寒门难出贵子”一定会成为一个众矢之的、尴尬离场的伪命题。


Underprivileged Children Will Never Make It?




Editor’s Notes: The author of this article, Xue Ying, is a volunteer for OCEF. For many years she served as the high school scholarship coordinator in Xinjiang and frequently conducted home visits with impoverished students and their families, which equipped her with abundant firsthand experience. She is now the group leader for the OCEF Correspondence Group. In this article, Xue Ying shares several stories about former students who rose from poverty to success with support from loving people and changed their lives through hard work and dedication. Through these stories she wants to show us that those with less fortunate upbringing can still achieve great success. As long as organizations like OCEF continue to exist, as long as more and more people with passion and love join us in giving to those in need, there will be more stories like these to discredit the old saying that children from the bottom of the society can never make it on top.

Last year a post went viral on WeChat Moments, saying that it is impossible for kids from less fortunate families to have breakthroughs and achieve success. Without getting bogged down with the specific arguments in the article, I just want to say that this conclusion clearly conflicts with my experience and observations. As someone who spent decades working in the countryside, my personal experience and stories I was told show that it is totally possible for someone from low upbringing to get access to higher education through their efforts and to leverage this as an opportunity to change their life.

During my tenure at a county education department, I took a role as an OCEF coordinator and interviewed hundreds of impoverished families for financial assistance purposes. I witnessed firsthand the hardship these kids faced at home, but ultimately more than half of them were admitted to the colleges of their dreams and went on to graduate, drastically improving their lives over their parents’ in the process through their own efforts. There were a few examples that I will never forgot.

“Lost at the Starting Line?”

There was this girl who got government-sponsored scholarship and went to France to further her studies after graduating from Beijing Foreign Language University. She is now pursuing a doctorate degree. This girl totally fits the bill as someone who had already lost at the starting line, as that WeChat post puts it. She was born in a village 10 kilometers from the county seat. Her family is Han Chinese, but they lived in an area where most residents were ethnic Uyghurs and all classes at the local schools were conducted in the Uyghur language. Her father was handicapped and unable to work, her mother had mental illness, and both her elder siblings also suffered from mental deficiencies. Before she was discovered by a local teacher and brought to school, everyone in the family was illiterate.

In the mid-1990s, there was an audit on the implementation of nine-year compulsory education, so governments and schools at all levels were going around to identify school-aged children who are not in school, and she was discovered. She was brought to the village school and all fees and tuitions were waived for her as a special exemption. She worked very hard and proved to be quite talented; she got the highest grade every year even though all classes were still taught in Uyghur at the time and was able to skip grades in both elementary and middle schools.

With help from the government, school and charity organization, she went through high school without ever having to worry about paying for school. Instead, she also received a stipend. Upon graduation, she was admitted by the French Language Department of the Beijing Foreign Language University. The local government paid for her travel expenses, the tuition for her first semester, and some of her living expenses. Later on, she paid through rest of her way with student loans and earnings from work-study programs. Upon graduation, she got a government sponsorship and went to graduate school in France.

Guli

This pretty Uyghur girl—let’s call her Guli—was to parents who were both illiterate. The parents had lost their jobs and had no land to farm nor the necessary farming skills. Luckily, her father really valued education and wanted his kids to have a good education despite their economic situation. After interviewing her family on behalf of OCEF, I passed her case to Mr. A, a donor who wanted to personally sponsor a good kid. Since then Mr. A has provided for Guli’s schooling, including tuitions, fees, books and boarding.

After high school, Guli was admitted to a Project 211 university in Beijing and Mr. A covered her travel expenses to school as well as some other costs. Over the years they have kept in touch. Now Guli has a government job in south Xinjiang and Mr. A is extremely proud of her. Guli’s elder brother also got a stable job with decent pay and their father has found a job that fits him. The whole family is doing much better than when I visited them years ago.

The Brothers of Humble Beginning

I know a boy whose family was in deep financial trouble after his father’s illness and death. They had lost their house by the time I visited. He was living in borrowed temporary quarters with his mother and brother, and it was two small rooms with no furniture but beds, a table and a stove, and no electrical appliances but light bulbs. After the visit, I passed their information to Mr. B, an entrepreneur, and he decided to provide for this kid right away.

Two and a half years later, the kid was admitted to a Project 211 university in Beijing. He found a well-paying job after graduation and is now married with a happy family. Mr. B has nothing but praise for the kid. The boy’s elder brother attended a normal university and was able to complete his college education without tuitions. He is now teaching in a school in northern Xinjiang. The brothers and their mother have now put their past struggles completely behind themselves.

The Mechanical Engineer

The last kid whom I want to talk about has impressed me the most. She was from a good family, not very rich but close, but lost both of her parents to an accident. After that, she lived mainly on a small stipend from the local government. Her parents left her about 1.3 acres of farmland, on which she grew wheat by herself while attending school. Despite the hardship, she never said anything about it to anyone in school. Luckily an attentive teacher in high school sensed that something must be going on in this student’s life and referred her to me. During a visit I learned about her situation from a neighbor.

At the time, the standard OCEF sponsorship was ¥1,000 RMB per month, far from sufficient to cover her expenses, so I posted her story on the OCEF forum. After reading the story, a volunteer in Hangzhou got in touch with her through me and started sponsoring her. With that, she finished high school and got to a Project 211 university and finished school with student loans, work-study and scholarships. She got a decent job after graduation and paid off her loans. The girl called me the day after she paid off her loans and sounded very excited, and I could not hold back my tears either. Now a mechanical engineer, married and the mother of a new baby, she had become a confident young professional.

* * *

During my five years as an OCEF coordinator, I worked with more than 100 students from poor families who received OCEF financial aid packages. I did not keep track of all these kids in detail afterwards, but I did gather their college admission information since OCEF provided a ¥1,000 RMB scholarship to each of them who entered college for their freshman year. Thus, I knew most of them went to decent universities. One of them later enrolled in graduate school and eventually became a professor.

My personal experiences told me that kids from less fortunate background can totally change the destination for themselves and their families with hard work plus support and guidance from the society. With the implementation of free K-12 education policy in some regions, there is no longer any financial burden for kids in those regions to get an education through high school. Some of the students who received OCEF aid and later went to college told me that once they were in college, a lot of work-study opportunities were available, in addition to scholarships and student loans, to help them overcome financial challenges. As a result, it is no longer a problem for kids from poverty to finish college as long as they are hard-working.

Needless to say, there are places where the national policies have yet to be fully implemented, and that is where charity organizations such as OCEF come in. these organization, kindhearted people everywhere could channel their love and financial contributions to the children in need, to help them, and the cheer them on in their pursuit of their dreams. I do believe that with the full implementation of the national policies, with the support and help from the society, and with their own hard work, the statement that students from families of poverty and lower status can never have a breakthrough will surely be proven false.


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一年一度的OCEF大芝加哥地区助学义卖就要开始了!自从2015年,第一次助学义卖活动收到了许多当地朋友的欢迎与支持,义卖成为大家期待的年度活动。去年,义卖筹集了两千多美元,全部用来资助与改善乡村贫困地区的教育。2019年,第五届OCEF大芝加哥地区义卖助学活动期待更多朋友的加入与支持!

  • 捐物时间:2019年6月5日前
  • 接收的物品:比较新的小件家庭用品,比如小孩玩具、自行车、小型运动器材、小型电器、工艺品、装饰用品等家庭用品
  • 不接收的物品:car seat、high chair、衣服、家具和大件物品
  • 捐物接收站:现已在Chicago Downtown、Vernon Hills、Buffalo Grove、Hoffman Estates、Naperville等地设有
  • 捐助方式:请扫描以下微信二维码,OCEF义工会与您联系安排具体事宜(捐物者将收到OCEF捐物收据)
  • 义卖时间与地址:6月8日(10:00am to 3:00pm),Vernon Hills Township Garage Sale,Prairie View Train station(2701 N Main St,Buffalo Grove, IL 60089),摊位号103-106
与往年一样,除了义卖旧物,我们将继续烘烤义卖,欢迎孩子们来展示自己的烘烤本领,捐助cupcake、小点心、饮料等等。

义工招募:

  • 设立更多捐物接收站,贡献自家的车库一角暂存物品,并在义卖当天送到义卖地点。
  • 急需借用义卖当天用的遮阴棚和长条桌子。
  • 义卖当天的场地布置,销售与场地清理。

如有意愿成为2019年义卖助学义工,请扫描微信二维码加入。


Donate Your Used Items for Education




The 2019 Donate Your Used Items for Education charity sale in the Great Chicago area will be on soon! The annual charity sale was first launch in 2015 and was well received and supported. Since then, it has become highly anticipated event among our friend in the Chicago area. Last year over $2,000 of funds were raised, all of which have been used toward supporting rural education in impoverished areas in China. This year we will have our fifth sale, and we are looking forward to more friends joining us!

  • When to donate: before June 5, 2019
  • What to donate: small household items in good condition, such as toys, bicycles, small exercise equipment, small appliances, crafts, and home décor
  • What not to donate: car seats, high chairs, clothes, furniture, and bulky items
  • Where to donate: donation stations have been set up at Chicago Downtown, Vernon Hills, Buffalo Grove, Hoffman Estates, and Naperville.
  • How to donate: please scan the QR code below on WeChat and OCEF volunteers will contact you with further details (donors will receive receipts from OCEF)
  • Time and location of the charity sale: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on June 8, at Vernon Hills Township Garage Sale at the Prairie View Train Station (2701 N. Main Street, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089), Space Nos. 103-106

Bake sale will be held as usual during the event. We welcome all children to show off their baking skills and encourage you to donate cupcakes, cookies, drinks, etc.

Calling for volunteers!

  • We need more volunteers to set up additional donation stations by contributing your garage for temporary storage, and to transport donated items to our booth on the day of the event
  • We have an urgent need to borrow shade canopies and folding tables to be used on the day of the event
  • If you are available to help us set up and man the both or clean up afterwards, please let us know

Please scan the QR code if you are interested in volunteering for the 2019 charity sale!


第35期(2019年5月)/No. 35 (May 2019)
翻译:何雪炀     编校:汤柏
Translated by He Xueyang      Edited by Tang Bai

海外中国教育基金会/Overseas China Education Foundation

地址/Address: P. O. Box 772436, Houston, Texas 77215-2436, USA
电话/Telephone: (281) 506-2018 电子邮件/e-mail:
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捐款链接/To make a donation to OCEF: http://ocef.org/donation

了解更多OCEF义工工作/To learn more about OCEF volunteers and their work:
http://www.ocef.org/publication/vol-newsflash





 

义工快讯2019年4月号 Volunteer Newsflash Apr 2019

义工快讯

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OCEF义工快讯2019年4月号(总第81期)

各位义工朋友:

本期快讯我们与大家分享来自甘肃武威一位老师的感谢信。从基金会的图书捐赠谈到乡村教师的工作与职责,感谢之情溢于言表;但这些乡村教师的担当和爱心,又何尝不是OCEF义工们长年奉献的动力?


助学快讯


中国事务 五名山西广灵受助学生报名参加了上海嘉和基金会的良师益友公益项目。4月19-20日嘉和的彭校长和于老师来到广灵一中、二中和五中,给同学和家长们详细介绍了该免费培训项目,并对部分学生进行了家访。他们准备6月份中考和高考后再次前往广灵进行考试和面试。4月18-28日,卓韵宝走访山西广灵,协助当地协调员开展春季发款,同时对广灵的受助代课教师进行访谈。4月19-26日,刘秀参加在成都举办的第一届心+社会创新工作坊,为期七天的工作坊从公共叙事、系统思维和设计思维几个角度带领学员一起学习体验和互动。胡敏青参加广西教育厅组织的广西境外非政府组织机构座谈会。

助学金部完成2019年春季助学金审批工作。感谢参与此次审批工作的义工:冯忞、梁静毅、王琦、梁永敏、梁颖仪、刘秀、金谱、曾振华、钟腾香、李英姝、秦梅、卓韵宝。完成陈卫军、胡敏青、邹巍、吕旺军、李海章2018年秋季助学金的反馈和新申请资料扫描、上传工作。

特殊项目部 Google定向认捐四川甘孜州石渠的课桌椅,已经安装完毕,正式投入使用。资助广西旺安小学班级图书角书架项目。

网络课堂为新加入的义工提供培训。

监察部 4月10-11日,监察员陈志文到六枝特区就实施的助学项目进行监察。在当地协调员、助学义工的陪同下,陈志文深入所涉学校及受助学生的家庭,零距离与受助学生及家长交流,了解孩子们的学习情况和家庭生活情况,鼓励同学们好好学习,待学有所成回报社会。

图书部 甘肃省武威市凉州区黄羊镇上庄教学点、山东刘家营小学收、广西青铜村委小学、甘肃省定西市临洮县窑店镇四十铺小学、甘肃省武威市凉州区黄羊镇靖边街小学到图书后开展传书活动。4月12-13日,河北邢台东户学区开展日有所诵的培训。培训会上,培训师田萍从《日有所诵》的特点、儿童需要阅读、如何开展日有所诵几个方面做了分享和介绍,并细致分析了低中高三个阶段的重点。湖北襄阳市襄州区朱集镇朱集乡村图书室蒙金丽老师利用课外时间为孩子们讲故事,成为孩子们心目中的故事大王。4月23日是世界读书日,OCEF项目点河南柳屯大没岸小学、河北邢台东马小学、留客小学、西马小学、甘肃临洮县四十铺小学等学校开展了丰富多彩的读书活动。4月27-28日,刘秀参加了在四川广元举办的第六届乡村儿童阅读论坛。


OCEF之星

宣传部赵晓茜长期负责面对面专栏,她和负责微信排版的义工曲桂媛一起,在最近的几个月采集、整理、排版、发布了众多面对面专栏,介绍了许多协调员和乡村教师,让更多的人可以了解到这些默默无闻的OCEF成员背后不为人知的故事,感谢她们的辛勤工作!

财务长桂红宁长期负责OCEF的财务工作,从报销流程到财务报表,她多年来一直都在积极推动我们实现自动化,标准化和透明化。此外她还为财务部的人员配置和培训进行细致考虑和周密安排, 协助兰瑛办理国内代表处银行账户并办理美国申报手续。由于她的细致和高效,我们每年的财务报表和税表都能及时准确地完成。


一封感谢信——赠人书籍,心有大爱!

4月1日,收到爱心人士何琳捐赠的图书室图书200本,在此表示感谢!作为教育工作者,我们深深地理解:一个不读书的民族是没有希望的民族。当我们从报纸上得知我国是一个出版大国,却是一个阅读贫国,我们深感忧虑和肩上责任的沉重。为响应政府和教育部门的号召,我们今年开始着力提倡阅读,着力创建书香校园。阅读从教师开始,以教师影响学生,以孩子带动家庭,以学校辐射社会。

今天,我们收到的不仅仅是图书,还有你们奉献社会的爱心,引导阅读的责任,传承经典的智慧,我们会用好这些图书,用这些图书丰富我们的图书角,充实我们的图书室,引导孩子们学习书中的知识,吸收书中的营养,了解祖国的博大,领会传统的精深。同时我们也将广泛宣传你们无私的爱心,接过传承经典的接力棒,传下去,传开来。

再次感谢海外中国教育基金会的老师们,感谢你们用责任激发责任,用爱心唤醒爱心,用智慧点燃智慧。也借此机会感谢社会爱心人士对教育工作的关心,对师生的关爱。我们将以此为动力,叩问教育的本质,探寻教育的规律,为祖国的未来贡献力量和智慧。

谢谢!

甘肃省武威市凉州区黄羊镇上庄教学点




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