VGC has focused on road safety for children since 2013. Together with its two joint ventures, FAW-VW and SAIC Volkswagen, and 6 group brands, VGC launched the project in November 2013. A series of public welfare activities, including educational roadshows, forums etc., have been carried out in more than 100 cities across the China, affecting more than 100,000 families and over 3 million people. Working together with the research center of the Ministry of Public Safety and the China Automobile & Technology Research Center (CATARC), VGC has supported “The China Child Road Safety & Feasibility Study on the Compulsory Use of Child Passenger Restraint Systems in China” and released the Blue Book on Child Road Safety in China for 3 consecutive years, starting in 2014. In May 2015, Volkswagen Group China officially established the Volkswagen Group China Child Safety Fund in partnership with the China Women’s Development Foundation (CWDF). With the fund, it has built the first community-based Child Safety Experience Centers in China, set up Child Road Safety Public Welfare Platform focusing on "The Experience Center to be the Core", launched the first "Child Traffic-Friendly Community” program in China, and selected the Shuanghe Community of the Chengdu High-tech Industrial Development Zone, where the Volkswagen Child Safety Experience Center in Chengdu is located, as a pilot project. By the end of October 2018, more than 540,000 people had directly benefited from the program.