Health
 China
Project #17566

Lucky bag for the elderly

by Leling elderly social work service center
Vetted

Summary

Many old people are marginalized in our society. Some of their children find it difficult to take care of them because they work for long hours. It is easy for the elderly suffer from heatstroke, especially in summer. More than half of the accidents occurred in indoor areas. Those elderly who do not like doing exercise is easier to suffer from heatstroke. Worse still, some of them are not conscious of the problem.Leling hopes that the lucky bag can raise their attention on the disease.
$5,000.00
total goal
$3,300.00
remaining
38
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years active

Challenge

Lack of money and resources is the most important problem in the project. It is necessary to organize this fund rising activity because there are many elder people lack money to use air condition in summer. They are only affordable to open a fan at home. It is easy that they suffer from some diseases in summer like heartstroke.

Solution

Fund rising is effective way to deal with the problem. It can help some old people to receive the lucky bags in the community.Leling will invite some young people to be a volunteer to participate in home visit event. For example, they can give some electronic equipment to visit the elderly.

Long-Term Impact

It can raise their attention of how to prevent heartstroke in summer. It can decrease the risk of the elderly suffering from the diseases.

Resources

http:/​/​www.leling.org.cn

Organization Information

Leling elderly social work service center

Location: Beijing - China
Website: http:/​/​www.leling.org.cn
Project Leader:
yanrui wang
Beijing, Beijing China

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