BEIJING, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scholars and representatives from leading enterprises have come together to discuss the voluntary service of enterprises and its relation with social governance.
Many enterprises have leveraged their respective strengths to provide voluntary services during the COVID-19 epidemic, contributing to China's anti-epidemic fight, said Zhang Yi with the Chinese Center of Volunteering Research (CCVR), during a seminar jointly organized by the CCVR and the Research Council of China Volunteer Service Federation (CVSF) on Wednesday.
Duan Guiqing with the CVSF pointed out that enterprises need to build more platforms, strengthen team building among volunteer associations and constantly improve supporting policies to carry out volunteer work in the future.
Representatives from Pingan, Alibaba, Tencent and other leading Chinese enterprises shared the history, operation mechanism, content and future development direction of their respective enterprises' voluntary service.
"In the future, we hope to upgrade and innovate our volunteer work through our technical and digital capabilities," said Liang Ju, a representative from Tencent.
Business representatives attending the seminar have jointly launched an initiative, calling on more enterprises to utilize their strengths in carrying out diversified volunteer work and provide various support and innovative services in response to difficulties in the social governance system. Enditem