Alongside the donations of Brembo China, more than 400 colleagues in Nanjing were involved directly in 2019 and more than 1000 in 2020, making an online donation to the “Tencent 99 Giving Day”, a national fundraising program from one of China’s biggest internet service companies, and contributing to the purchase of educational materials for the centers.
There are currently more than 4100 Dream Centers in China. The joint contribution of Brembo, Tencent and the local Public Education office enabled the launch of three: Shanghai Chongming District Deng Ying Primary School, in a rural area four hours from Nanjing, with 8 classes, 32 teachers and 197 pupils; Tong Ling Xin Cheng Primary School, two hours away by car, with 13 classes, 32 teachers and 594 pupils; ShangRao Jie Tian Primary School, in Jiangxi province, about 480 km (300 mi) from Nanjing, with 20 classes, 68 teachers and 983 pupils.
Quality education also means closing the educational gap between cities and the countryside, supporting training as a tool for generating opportunities and believing in the possibility of change, with respect for the diversity and abilities of every individual, without leaving anyone behind.
“Thinking responsibly. Acting concretely.”