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Charity Hawkers Are Mostly Frauds

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                              By Isabel Chan

Lu Tak Ming, chief executive officer of Yan Oi Tong, lashed out at the government at a university talk on Tuesday for poorly regulating charities and causing a huge discrepancy of quality between non-profit organisations.


Lu explained that nearly 90 percent of the charitable work and welfare services provided by only 180 charities, where more than 12,000 applied for tax exemption under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance.


“Most of those so called charity hawkers you see on the street, asked for passers-by to donate and support, are deceiving citizens,(except for flag-selling)” Lu added. “there are little to no regulation from the government, there isn’t any government agencies nor organization to intervene the going out of control situation.”


Lu, like most of those who is working for a charitable organization, is in favor of establishing the charity law. As the four main agencies that directly deal with charities, Inland Revenue Department, the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority, the Home Affairs Department and the Social Welfare Department, were incapable to be involved as regulatory role.


“There were some organization using the name of a charity to ask for donation, where the fact is they didn’t even apply for it, not at all.” Lu exclaimed.
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