The LONGi One Percent Foundation of RCSC is a non-public special fund under the Red Cross Society of China initiated by LONGi leaders and benevolent figures in 2010 for the following purpose: one percent contribution from you means one hundred percent change for others. It calls on everyone to offer one percent income, time, or energy to the public welfare. The Foundation Management Committee, consisting of LONGi leadership and members from RCSC headquarters, is run by LONGi's Brand Management Department.
Since its founding, the One Percent Foundation has donated to rebuilding Yushu (a city of Qinghai province) after the earthquake, saving Tibetan kids with congenital heart disease, and offering hundreds of scholarships and grants. 2019 saw the Foundation accomplishing its phase II “Talent Incentives” school grant plan (2015 to 2019) in Lanzhou University, funding a total of 100 students from the university. On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of Lanzhou University, the One Percent Foundation launched another school grant program there, which collected five million yuan in registered donations. The program will support the university's education and efforts to be ranked as a Double First Class University in the next decade.