ⓘ Taiwan Fund for Children and Families

                                     

ⓘ Taiwan Fund for Children and Families

Taiwan Fund for Children and Families TFCF, Chinese: 台灣兒童暨家庭扶助基金會 is a non-profit organization in Taiwan that provides services to vulnerable children and families who are under age 18." Livelihood Supports” and" Child Protection” are its two main target programs. Regardless race, religion and gender, TFCF was founded in 1950 with a helping hand from Christian Children’s Fund, a NGO from Virginia, U.S.A. It went independent during year 1985. Now, it has 24 branch offices, 1 Ta-Tung Children’s Home and other 13 Affiliates as well as 6 overseas branch offices in Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Kingdom of Eswatini, Vietnam, Cambodia, Jordan and Philippines. We also collaborate with ChildFund International USA, Christian Children’s Fund of Canada, ChildFund Australia, and PLAN BORNEfonden to provide children sponsorship program to help over 50.000 needy children in 31 countries.

                                     
  • The United Nations Children s Fund is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children around the world
  • on 23 January 2008 to children social workers and parents from the Fushan branch of the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families As of the end of 2011
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