The guidelines emphasize that charitable organizations and Red Cross societies should allocate and use donations reasonably. In addition to targeted donation, we will focus on supporting Hubei Province, especially Wuhan and other areas with severe epidemic situation, and effectively connect with designated hospitals for disease prevention and control and other receiving units, so as to achieve fast in and fast out, and clear the accounts of materials. We will send donation funds and materials to the front line of epidemic prevention and control work as soon as possible to prevent the backlog of donation funds and materials.
It is clear in the guidance that the targeted donation materials received by charity organizations and Red Cross Societies shall be delivered to the final user by entrustment according to the wishes of the donor or directly by the donor. For the non directional donation materials that can be directly delivered to the final user, the charity organization and the Red Cross Society shall coordinate the donor to directly deliver them to the final user or the designated place.
The Ministry of civil affairs today issued guidelines for charity organizations and the Red Cross to carry out charity fund-raising activities for epidemic prevention and control in accordance with the law.
The contents include: charity organizations and Red Cross Societies shall submit the fund-raising plans to the civil affairs department for filing ten days before carrying out the public fund-raising activities; if charity organizations and Red Cross Societies carry out the public fund-raising activities through the Internet, they shall publish the public fund-raising information on the Internet public fund-raising information platform designated by the Ministry of civil affairs, and at the same time, they can open a portal network in the name of the organization Stations, official microblogs, official wechat, mobile clients and other network platforms release public donation information; charity organizations and Red Cross Society should effectively connect with designated hospitals for disease prevention and control and other receiving units, so as to achieve fast in, fast out, and clear accounts, send donations to the front line of disease prevention and control work as soon as possible, and prevent the backlog of donations.