（1）The Charity Promotes the Establishment of Public Welfare Project Information Management Service Platforms: In order to meet the requirements of information disclosure in the Shenzhen Non-Governmental Organization Assessment Guide, to improve the accountability of charitable organizations and to transparently disclose the cash flow and information flow in relation to charitable projects, to establish a mechanism and mode for disclosing information to donors, and to timely disclose to donors the use of project funds and project results according to the project progress, the Charity, together with other relevant parties, will establish one or more Public Welfare Project Information Management Service Platforms (hereinafter ‘Information Platforms’), or encourage other parties to do so.
（2）Positioning of Information Platforms: Information Platforms aim to provide the relevant parties (e.g., qualified donors and the relevant parties of charitable accounts, the Charity’s personnel, the relevant personnel of charitable projects, etc.) with process-based and dynamic information disclosure related to the cash flow and information flow of the public welfare projects. They are information exchange platforms set up for specific parties (not the public). For each specific public welfare project, Information Platforms may provide relevant parties with customized services, through which the details of implementation of the public welfare project may be disclosed in a lawful and compliant manner.
（3）Development and Management of Information Platforms: The development of Information Platforms may be conducted based on other existing public welfare project information management service platforms or information disclosure platforms. They may alternatively be developed and managed by third-party organizations independently, and the Charity will provide all-round assistance. When the conditions are favorable, the Information Platform can conduct data connection with the DAF Account Service System.
（4）Targets of Information Platforms: In order to ensure the transparency and effectiveness of the Charity’s granting process, the Charity will require qualified grantees (or their beneficiaries) to use Information Platforms for information disclosure, to disclose the basic introduction of the project (such as project name, activity location, project time, project background, beneficiaries, project objective results, project execution plan, project execution overview, etc.), to carry out the project approval, to establish project budget, to conduct project revenue and expenditure examination and approval management, and to upload information such as the use of charitable assets, the implementation of charitable projects, the benefit status of the final beneficiaries and the beneficiaries’ evaluations, etc., which will generate the project financial report and project progress report and facilitate the Charity’s relevant personnel and the relevant parties of charitable accounts to view in real-time and to understand the projects’ specific situation, to supervise the use of project funds and evaluate the public welfare projects which they contributed. After the official establishment of Information Platforms, qualified grantees will be required to utilize Information Platforms for information disclosure. Their consensus is a prerequisite for the database admission. When the charitable account advisor gives grant advice, they need to choose a specific Information Platform.