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public welfare tourism


I want to do charity, but don't know how to find a suitable organization?

We have professionals, but we don't know if the other party needs them?

We have courses, but don't know how to plan and intervene?

We have materials, donations, etc., and hope to use them where they are urgently needed...but don't know how to know?


This project concept combines the enthusiasm of travelers with the resource needs of the remote villages, and the hotel plays an important information matching role in it, so that the resources and needs can be appropriately adapted.



We (Xingshengzhan Resort Hotel) have an in-depth understanding of local needs and in order to strengthen local services, we can recommend and match you with a service organization that is more suitable for you. There is no charge, no interest relationship, pure service In nature, I just hope that effective resources can be used more effectively to every corner that needs help.


Once the charitable organization and the organization are matched, our role will also fade out. Your organization (public welfare person) will directly discuss the details and cooperation with the organization. Relationships are simpler. Of course, if you need assistance, we are more than happy to serve you!










public welfare follow-up

*This will not be a sustainable subsidy assistance program, we believe that poverty should be improved and the disadvantaged should be turned into self-reliance. Through the exchange of resources and the introduction of external information, "Peili" will become the service focus of our hotel. to ensure that public service does not become lucrative or distorted.



Poverty Tourism: Helping Fight Poverty, or Spy on Exploitation? " report, they give the following advice to travelers who want to participate in poverty tourism:

  • Confirm the purpose of your visit.

  • Know the history of the community beforehand.

  • Try to choose tours run by local residents or community organizations.

  • And confirm the organization's feedback mechanism to the community.

  • Choose a small group tour to minimize disruption to local residents.

  • Choose a walking option instead of a ride.

  • Read the tour group's promotional materials, noting whether the way they describe local residents is stereotyped or malicious. Read the tour instructions carefully, which should teach tourists how to interact with the locals in a decent manner.

  • It's best not to take pictures, but it's hard to stop tourists from doing so. At least you need to get the other party's consent before taking pictures, and you can share the photos with the other party by letter or email afterwards.

  • Whether it's shopping for souvenirs or food, spending locally is a good thing.

  • Consider making a donation to a local nonprofit.

  • Find out if tour guides or local residents participating in tours are being paid fairly. In addition, you can also tip the tour guide after the visit.

  • Most tour groups will arrange to visit the residence of at least one local resident to see if they are compensated accordingly.

  • Pay attention to whether the tour staff are willing to interact with local residents and accept their feedback.


1. We save you the time to re-explore the institution and directly find the institution that suits you

2. We let you directly find the person in charge of the project and directly negotiate the content

3. Can assist you with travel planning advice, meals, accommodation, and transportation in addition to public welfare.

4. This special experience will give friends who wish to have an in-depth travel experience a new opportunity to learn about urban and rural areas

You can use this as a matchmaking platform to help you find suitable local organizations to provide services or donate.

For any questions related to public welfare tourism, please contact Manager Wu

and please inform you in the letter

  1. Estimated travel time

  2. Nationality, estimated number of people

  3. Available services

  4. The nature of the desired service unit

  5. Estimated time to participate in public welfare (hours)

  6. Contact details of the tour manager

Interested non-profit organizations are welcome to contact us by letter, and local interested organizations are welcome to contact and cooperate.

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