How You Can Help

Please consider supporting the following non-profit organizations which help China's left-behind children. You can also help by joining the Fewer Left Behind team, which is situated in Vancouver, BC. To learn more about us, click here.


Youth Spotlight

Youth Spotlight forms soccer teams for left-behind children in rural China to help them alleviate the loneliness and the emotional trauma of being left-behind. Through world’s most popular sport, soccer, we hope to bring to them laughter, friendship, and team spirit.


OneSky (Half the Sky)

OneSky aims to unlock the vast potential hidden in our world’s most vulnerable young children. They create and implement simple, replicable early learning programs that provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of thousands of at-risk children every day, and ensuring that those most in need have a second chance at childhood.

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Save the Children China

Save the Children has been working in mainland China since the early 1980s. In collaboration with local communities, partners, and government, they work to ensure that all children, regardless of their background or abilities, receive quality services in China. Their programme works across five thematic sectors: child protection, child rights governance, education, health, and humanitarian response.

Children Charity International

Children Charity International is a Christian charitable organization that is registered in Hong Kong on 2nd April 2015. It was established in 2005 with the aim of helping left-behind children. We learned about this organization from Matthew Carney's documentary, Generation Left Behind. 


Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR)

Since 2009, CCR CSR has been a pioneer in advising businesses on child rights in China. Their services and expertise help businesses embrace sustainable strategies that permanently improve the lives of children, young workers, and working migrant parents.