The main business focus of the Charity is ‘serving donors’ with the ‘spirit of stewardship’. Individuals, legally existing legal persons, and unincorporated organizations all have the right to apply to be qualified donors of the Charity. Under the operational principles of transparency, professionalism, internationalization, and mutualization of resources, the Charity will provide the following four levels of services for qualified donors:
（1）First-Level Services Provided by the Charity: The first-level services the Charity provides for qualified donors are mainly services related to the contribution of charitable assets. Members of the Strategic Development Advisory Committee recommend qualified donors to the Charity and actively guide qualified donors in opening their charitable accounts.
（2）Second-Level Services Provided by the Charity: The second-level services the Charity provides for qualified donors are mainly services related to the investment of charitable assets. Before the contributed assets are granted to qualified grantees, and based on the advice of the charitable account advisors, as well as the investment guidelines of the Charity, the Charity will invest and manage contributed assets under the general principles of legality, safety and efficiency, in order to either preserve or increase the value of the contributed assets.
（3）Third-Level Services Provided by the Charity: The third-level services the Charity provides for donors are mainly services related to the granting of assets. After the opening of a charitable account, the Charity can grant the assets in the corresponding charitable accounts to qualified grantees based on the advice of the charitable account advisors.
（4）Fourth-Level Services Provided by the Charity: The fourth-level services the Charity provides for donors mainly relate to post-grant services. The Charity will actively promote the establishment of Public Welfare Project Information Management Service Platforms and the database of qualified grantees’ supervisory institutions, in order to supervise the legitimacy and compliance of the use of assets contributed by qualified grantees and to provide transparent disclosure of information.