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Q: Are there any volunteering opportunities for foreigners in Shanghai?

Anything that's a good cause and can potentially increase chances of getting your foot in the door of NGO work.

7 years 45 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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yes you can go to the poorer schools and teach english for free, or go teach migrant workers, go to a church and help setup a food kitchen

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It amazes me there are Chinese here on the mainland who actually volunteer!?!? Who'da thunk it... OOPS! My mistake I went to the link provided by weena7 looks like it's 95% foreigners doing the good... What was I thinking! Chinese actually helping Chinese (on the mainland, Hong Kong has many GREAT organizations!)... I'm loosing it! Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Foreign people, foreign companies... wow!

http://steppingstoneschina.net/?page_id=1258

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www.lifelineshanghai.com, if you happen to be staying here(Shanghai!) good luck!
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www.lifelineshanghai.com hope you can find some on this site, VERY useful.

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Get off the fukin' keyboard! Are you retarded or something? 

Nobody logon here anymore, because of your re-posting of inane replies to the threads from 5 years ago!

 

Admin, 'cmon!

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