Campaign raises supplies for children of front-line medics

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Anti-epidemic donations collected by one local initiative have already been delivered to the families of medical workers assisting Wuhan.
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Campaign raises supplies for children of front-line medics

The first campaign of Tiandi Transit Station for Donations, an initiative co-founded by the medical branch of the Education Development Foundation of Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai Daily and Shui On Land, was held from March 8 to 10. Anti-epidemic donations collected in the campaign have already been delivered to the families of medical workers assisting Wuhan by the initiative's medical branch partner.

China has made great progress in containing COVID-19, yet many medical workers are still fighting against the epidemic on the front line to safeguard our health. Their children will return to school soon after the epidemic is over. Recently, Tiandi Transit Station welcomed a new partner: Middle Huaihai Road Community. The station will help assist the children of those heroes during the upcoming semester.

Recipients: children of front-line medical staff at St. Marie Hospital, Shuguang Hospital, Shanghai Ninth People's Hospital, Disease Control Center of Huangpu District, and Community Health Center of Middle Huaihai Road Community.

Subscription: From now on, you can subscribe to one or more school bags or stationery boxes provided by Tiger Family, a brand famous for its schoolbags. The Transit Station will purchase and deliver these charity goods.

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