Voting opens for Charity Stars

Among 80 eligible good Samaritans, 30 will be honored based on poll results and expert opinions. Scan the QR code and make your choice today.

Voting for the annual Charity Stars Awards, held by Shanghai Charity Foundation, opened on Thursday.

From now until September 18, people can vote online for one of 80 award candidates, 30 of whom will be selected as winners based on voting results and expert opinions.

Among the candidates is 57-year-old Owen Messick, president of Doterra (China), who has been taking part in charity activities for 12 years in China.

His company is said to have contributed over 23 million yuan (US$3.2 million) over the past five years to various charity causes in the country.

Since 2003, a total of 315 Charity Stars have been named.

You can scan the QR code below to vote on your mobile phone. The voting interface is in Chinese only.

Voting opens for Charity Stars
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