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Charitable organization CEO describes Community Care Fund as a monster

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Irene Li, Tuesday, March 12, 2013


Tak Ming Lu, the C.E.O of YAN OI TONG which is a non-governmental and non-profit organization, said yesterday at a university talk that Community Care Fund was like a monster.


Hong Kong Financial Secretary John Tsang proclaimed to inject HK$ 1.5 billion to Community Care Fund during the 2013-14 Budget.


Community Care Fund, first established by former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang in the 2010-2011 annual policy address, is a charitable fund financed by the Government of HK$ 5 billion, and by the business community of HK$ 5 billion to provide citizens with help when social safety nets (such as comprehensive grassroots aid) can not provide multi-faceted support.


Lu described Community Care Fund as a private hoard established by the government. “ Community Care Fund raises a large amount of funds, however, the result is quite effective”, said Lu.


He continued that Community Care Fund copied some of the charitable plans of YAN OI TONG, when it’s more and more difficult for YAN OI TONG to raise funds under the control of the “big monster” – Community Care Fund.


“ To some extent, Non-governmental organization can work more efficiently and effectively than the government”, said Lu.


He said the government might sometimes step back when they were making decisions on charitable plans because they were afraid of making mistakes. In this case, Lu thought non-governmental organizations could work more freely.


Lu said it’s essential for the government to make charities law, but he hoped there would be less restrictions for the charitable organizations.
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