MCF is a non-profit organisation registered in the UK. Our aims are to enrich the lives of disadvantaged children in China through various forms of voluntary work, sponsorship, vocational activities and events. Our volunteers undertake support placements at under-resourced schools in Beijing, but the focus isn't only on teaching – it's about sharing experiences, giving time, learning new skills and experiencing life in one of the oldest, most fascinating and fast-changing countries on earth. This is what makes MCF unique.
Registered Charity Number 1154709 MIGRANT CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION
MCF aspires to reach out to as many people who need us as possible. Whether we can help through offering a child an eye check, or a student benefits from resources provided in classrooms, we hope that we can make a difference to migrant families by helping them access better education and healthcare. Click here, to read about several case studies of families MCF has worked closely.
Jayne Smith - Having spent 15 years working as an administrator in both the public and private sector, Jayne moved to Beijing with her husband in May 2013 and joined MCF later that year where she applies her extensive expertise in ensuring the smooth running of the organisation from day to day. Read more about our volunteers...
For those who are following the story of Xiaoyun, the young teacher who was diagnosed with level three breast cancer, the good news is the doctors have told her the treatment has been effective. I accompanied her to the Cancer Hospital this morning to ensure that she was well. Her treatment continues until the end […]
This Saturday proved very active and productive for Migrant Children’s Foundation. At the Liangmao Art Gallery there was an exhibition and auction of paintings by two talented young brothers Michael and Harry. The exhibition was organised by their mother Mrs Ma in collaboration with the art gallery. The standard of the works was exceptional and […]
Lorna spent her day meeting lots of interesting people- David Beckham, Zhang Yimou, and Usain Bolt. What?! You don’t believe me? Fine, she was actually at a meeting at Madame Tussauds In Beijing, but a very fruitful one it was (and probably the most fun she’s ever had at a meeting!). She met with Teddy, […]
CandleX is a great local organisation that offers support to people with mental health issues. They’re currently looking for a place to host their Rooftop Yoga sessions that help raise money for their mental health projects. If you think you can help message Lorna or email them. Thank you!
MCF’s A Night at the Casino Murder Mystery Dinner will take place at the Hilton Beijing on 16th April 2016. The ticket cost is 450 RMB, which includes a 4 course meal, glass of wine, coffee, tea and, of course, the show!