Most recently, November 2011, a new girl's dormitory and a new toilet house were both completed. These buildings will help improve the sanitation conditions and provide a much improved standard of living.
JCEC is helping children, orphaned children and disabled children living in Tibet. They do this by raising funds to assist this school and orphanage in Lhasa ... and they do this without anyone being compensated. This is the true-meaning of a nonprofit, service for others.
With a 96% donation to organization record, I feel confident that my donations go directly to help the children living at Jatson Chumig in Lhasa.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing that this nonprofit is responsible for the building of a new dormitory, I know that my donations were used exactly for the purpose I had intended. They have full accounting and report back to me with pictures, videos and reciepts of how donations are spent.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
tell more people that they too can improve the lives of orphaned children living in Lhasa, Tibet.
What specific problem, purpose, priority, or project prompted your gift?
The overcrowded and sanitary conditions had to be improved. I knew that my donations would help solve these problems.
Why did you make your donation at this time?
I've helped JCEC in the past, but with their capital campaign to rebuild dormitories, I knew I could do more and have a greater impact to help these children.
What would you tell others about this organization?
Absoultely! This organization is truly worthy of greater recognition.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?