OFFICIAL CHARITIES

THE COMMUNITY CHEST OF HONG KONG

The Community Chest of Hong Kong is an independent, non-profit making organization neither funded, nor operated by the Government.

Its goal – to work for the betterment of Hong Kong through the support by millions. The Community Chest works hard to accomplish daunting fund-raising target year after year and allocate these funds entrusted by the public to more than 150 social welfare agencies. These agencies, with their tight networks of over 2,400 service units, provide services to the elderly, the mentally and physically impaired, children, youths and families at risk, the ex-mentally ill, ex-offenders, the terminally ill, and many others.

Administrative cost is subsidized by the generous annual grant from The Hong Kong Jockey Club and prudent investment in various funds. Therefore, the Chest is very proud to be one of the few fund-raising bodies in the world who boasts of 100% allocation of funds to the beneficiaries without any deduction for administrative expenses.

In Hong Kong, for Hong Kong. The Chest helps to channel much needed resources to local social welfare development to benefit the many needy. Every year, over 2.3 million needy benefit from your generosity.

Website:www.commchest.org/en/
Facebook:www.facebook.com/commchestHK

THE HONG KONG COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SERVICE

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) works to promote a just and inclusive society by promoting collaborative efforts among NGOs in service planning and development, facilitating cross-sectoral partnership, advocating equality, justice, social integration and a caring community. The Council has now become an umbrella organisation of over 430 Agency Members, that provide over 90% of the social welfare services for those in need through 3,000 service units all over Hong Kong.

Website:www.hkcss.org.hk/e/
Facebook:www.facebook.com/HKCSSfans

SHANGHAI CHILDREN'S HEALTH FOUNDATION

Shanghai Children Health Foundation (SCHF) is a non-government charity organization focusing on motivating public care and support to the health care of children. Cooperated with local government, it dedicates to fund-raising and allocating which contributes to child welfare, and has been well recognized for standardized and transparent operation.

Municipal government officials of all levels have been served as leader of SCHF, and the foundation was awarded "Shanghai Advanced Non-Government Organization" by government;
 
SCHF works closely with the public medical institutions on a long term basis;
 
SCHF provides diversified medical help and rescue to impaired children of poverty. Over the past twenty years, over 140,000 children directly benefit from SCHF;
 
SCHF is among the first foundations be qualified by Shanghai Municipal Administration of State Taxation and Local Taxation to authenticate tax deduction for charitable donation.


As the charity partner of the Race to Shanghai IFC, SCHF will establish a special fund under the name of the race to help targeted sick children be treated in Shanghai Children's Medical Center without any administrative expenses.



OFFICIAL CHARITIES
THE COMMUNITY CHEST OF HONG KONG


The Community Chest of Hong Kong is an independent, non-profit making organization neither funded, nor operated by the Government.

Its goal – to work for the betterment of Hong Kong through the support by millions. The Community Chest works hard to accomplish daunting fund-raising target year after year and allocate these funds entrusted by the public to more than 150 social welfare agencies. These agencies, with their tight networks of over 2,400 service units, provide services to the elderly, the mentally and physically impaired, children, youths and families at risk, the ex-mentally ill, ex-offenders, the terminally ill, and many others.

Administrative cost is subsidized by the generous annual grant from The Hong Kong Jockey Club and prudent investment in various funds. Therefore, the Chest is very proud to be one of the few fund-raising bodies in the world who boasts of 100% allocation of funds to the beneficiaries without any deduction for administrative expenses.

In Hong Kong, for Hong Kong. The Chest helps to channel much needed resources to local social welfare development to benefit the many needy. Every year, over 2.3 million needy benefit from your generosity.

Website:www.commchest.org
Facebook:www.facebook.com/commchestHK

THE HONG KONG COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SERVICE


The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) works to promote a just and inclusive society by promoting collaborative efforts among NGOs in service planning and development, facilitating cross-sectoral partnership, advocating equality, justice, social integration and a caring community. The Council has now become an umbrella organisation of over 430 Agency Members, that provide over 90% of the social welfare services for those in need through 3,000 service units all over Hong Kong.

Website:www.hkcss.org.hk/e/
Facebook:www.facebook.com/HKCSSfans

SHANGHAI CHILDREN'S HEALTH FOUNDATION

Shanghai Children Health Foundation (SCHF) is a non-government charity organization focusing on motivating public care and support to the health care of children. Cooperated with local government, it dedicates to fund-raising and allocating which contributes to child welfare, and has been well recognized for standardized and transparent operation.

Municipal government officials of all levels have been served as leader of SCHF, and the foundation was awarded "Shanghai Advanced Non-Government Organization" by government;
 
SCHF works closely with the public medical institutions on a long term basis;
 
SCHF provides diversified medical help and rescue to impaired children of poverty. Over the past twenty years, over 140,000 children directly benefit from SCHF;
 
SCHF is among the first foundations be qualified by Shanghai Municipal Administration of State Taxation and Local Taxation to authenticate tax deduction for charitable donation.


As the charity partner of the Race to Shanghai IFC, SCHF will establish a special fund under the name of the race to help targeted sick children be treated in Shanghai Children's Medical Center without any administrative expenses.