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Mini Venture Capital Projects Contest Successfully Held

  In the afternoon of May 24, the First Dongcheng District Disabled Persons' Federation Mini Venture Capital Projects Contest was successfully held in the Multifunction Hall on the fourth floor of Dongcheng District Comprehensive Service Center for the Disabled. Altogether 12 teams participated in the contest. There were over 50 contestants, volunteers and staff from the Department of Organization and Liaison of Dongcheng District Disabled Persons' Federation, Donghuamen and Jiaodaokou Sub-district Disabled Persons' Federation, Beijing Qianhelide Social Work Development Center, and Si Cheng Chaoyangmen Community Foundation, Beijing.

  All 12 teams drew lots and went on stage in sequence to present their projects in the forms of PowerPoint presentation, speech, performance, and video display. Judges of the competition include Huang Haoming, Vice President of China Global Philanthropy Institute, Cheng Weimin, Associate Professor from the Department of Sociology at Peking University, and Guo Mingliang, Director of the Department of Standards of China Social Work Association. The judges commented on and scored all 12 projects. They spoke highly of all the teams. Although most of them were not professional teams, their enthusiasm and aspiration to share life experiences and to offer help was inspirational.

  The purpose of this contest is to cater to the personalized needs of disabled persons, let their advantages be played to the full, and encourage them to actively participate in services for disable persons. With the promotion of institutionalizing and regularizing volunteer services for supporting disable persons in communities, the spirit of public services for disable persons will have larger influence.