Roundabout is a super well-established, Beijing-based, volunteer-run social enterprise. They operate two different retail store locations in Chaoyang District, and regularly throw hip popup store events around Beijing. Proceeds go to support dozens of worth-while causes and charities throughout China and beyond.
Updated: August 2019
Volunteer opportunities ❤️
Hot pink is in this season! Roundabout’s fashion-forward apron is a badge of honor in Beijing’s volunteer community — helping people in need, and looking good doing it!
Can you see yourself pretty in pink? Check out how you can support Roundabout.
Get a monthly summary of all the awesome things Roundabout’s up to — delivered straight to your inbox! The newsletter includes:
Upcoming opportunities to help out, local events you can join, personal stories of people in need, recaps on recent fundraisers, thank you notes to contributors, and more!
To sign up, simply head over to Roundabout’s newsletter page, and enter your email address. Simple as pie, cute as a cupcake!
Imagine the difference you could make — chipping in to organize a book fair or flea market, helping children learn the value of helping others, offering a generous donation, or any of the other exciting things Roundabout has to offer.
Roundabout offers various unique volunteer opportunities, and is now looking for new volunteers to join the family! After initial training, hours are flexible depending on what works for you.
To learn more, visit Roundabout’s volunteer page and click the “apply to volunteer” button at the bottom.
|Chinese Directions:||View on Baidu Maps|
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|Pinyin Address:||Beijing, Chaoyang District, No. 2 Xiangjiang Bei Lu, Cathay View Plaza|
Over 10 years ago, Roundabout got its start as the first-ever charity store in China. Fast forward to today, they’re a well-respected player in Beijing’s volunteer community — supporting dozens of charitable organizations in Beijing and China and beyond.
You’ve probably already heard about Roundabout’s trendy popup events around town — selling books and other donated items to support people in need. If you’re not in Beijing, they even run a convenient online shop via their WeChat account, where you can purchase useful electronics, home accessories, or toys. Proceeds cover overhead costs, and the rest goes to people who need it.
What doesn’t come from sales comes from supporters’ generous donations. Every RMB donated goes directly to help people in need.
Roundabout is a majority female-run organization. Did somebody say…? #GIRLBOSS
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