"Planting a seed for hope to sprout,
Building a platform for dreams to soar."

- Stanley Yen, ACF Chairman

"Planting seeds of hope to sprout and building platforms for dreams to soar."
- Stanley Yen, ACF Chairman

Our Program

Rooted in Education

We believe that education is both the foundation and the solution for addressing challenges. Teachers are pivotal in transforming education. They are not merely conveyors of knowledge, but rather, they are mentors who engage in learning and exploration alongside their students.

Sustainable Development in Hualien and Taitung

We believe that Hualien and Taitung epitomize the ideal of 'a better life' in Taiwan. Through exemplary exploration, we hope to make more people understand the value of preserving the land and culture of Hualien and Taitung before extensive development and commercial organizations enter the area.

Talent Cultivation

We believe that young people should enhance their abilities to become valuable talents. Through theme-based camps, we create diverse learning opportunities for students in rural areas and college-aged youths.

Promotion of Arts and Culture

We believe that art is a lifelong gift accompanying everyone, regardless of whether they are in poverty, wealth, lost, or at moments when life seems directionless, it has the power to bring healing to oneself. 

Becoming a Platform

We are on the front lines in Hualien and Taitung, taking the time to listen closely, understand needs, and connect resources. We believe that it is 'trust' that allows the love and energy of many to converge, making things different.

Special Focus

Blueprint for the Future

Total Solution

To ensure the sustainability of Taitung and Hualien, it's crucial for the local community to embrace the task of generational change. A viable strategy could involve the government establishing a cultural district dedicated to sharing and celebrating local heritage. This initiative would encourage young people to return and showcase their culture, thus boosting local employment opportunities. Additionally, the development of centralized elderly care centers in the community would provide effective care for seniors. Furthermore, fostering industry-academia links can help consolidate resources for schools at risk of closure. Addressing education, employment, and elderly care is key to revitalizing vulnerable tribal cultures, deepening their roots, and creating broader connections to solve the issue in remote areas.