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Yintai Foundation is once again rated as a "4A Social Organization"
Release Date:December 28,2022
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The Beijing Municipal Civil Affairs Bureau recently released the Announcement on the 2022 National Social Organization Rating Assessment, and Yintai Foundation was once again rated as a "4A-level Social Organization".



Led by a civil affairs department, the social organization rating assessment is an objective and comprehensive assessment of social organizations which issues ratings accordingly. It is the most authoritative and credible assessment and certification in the field of public welfare in China.

The latest assessment evaluated and reviewed the foundation based on a total of 167 indicators across five aspects, namely internal governance, party building, the role played, compliance with rules and regulations, and integrity building. The results of the assessment are not only a full affirmation of Yintai Foundation's standardized operation and active participation in public welfare undertakings, but also a motivation and encouragement for its future development.

Initiated by Mr. Shen Guojun, the founder and president of Yintai Group, and founded in Beijing in early 2014, Yintai Foundation has been adhering to the philosophy of shared commercial, industrial, and social value for nearly a decade, and has made many beneficial explorations and achievements in the fields of ecological and environmental protection, rural revitalization, emergency disaster relief, and public welfare education, among others. It has also brought about innovations and changes to philanthropic undertakings.

Yintai Foundation will take the repeat recognition as a fresh starting point and continue to engage in operation and management in a professional, transparent, and efficient manner. It shall serve as a platform that brings together the forces of charity within the Group and from all walks of life, and forge ahead while constantly improving its own construction under the platform philosophy of innovation and sharing, as it opens a new chapter in promoting the progress of public welfare undertakings.