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Community Chest: From Insights to Integrity

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Community Chest: From Insights to Integrity

(article) Housing problem, poverty and aging population are the main (areas of) focuses suggested by the latest policy address by Chief Executive Donald Tsang. By setting up a new fund called “Community Care Fund”, the government is now trying to tackle these problems by providing the basic needs. Not only (by-omit) the government officials, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) also boosted funds to tackle the problems.


        Rico Yeung


The Community Chest, a NGO (with-omit, change to old more than 40 years), is now trying to organize nursing and healthcare services for the elderly and retired people. “We have insights to respond to what the society needs.” Tong Hang Shing said, the manager of Community Relations Department of Community Chest. By providing support (with-wrong preposition) specific groups, old people with diseases like dementia could enjoy the services arranged by the group with improvements made in living conditions.


“Not only insights and improvements, “Integrity” is also important for us to create a trust(ful-ed/) image.” Tong said. The Community Chest has put efforts (preposition missing) creating a flexible and transparent system for the donation. It also acts as a trustee of the donors and allocates funds in order (to maximize the need of the society?- maximize, or is it meet?). With systematic management, “we hope to build a caring society through greater participation given by the Hong Kong community."

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Community Chest: From Insights to Integrity “updated !!!!”

The Housing problem, poverty and aging population are the main areas of focuses suggested by the latest policy address by Chief Executive Donald Tsang. By setting up a new fund called “Community Care Fund”, the government is now trying to tackle these problems by providing the basic needs. Not only by the government officials, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) also boosted funds to tackle the problems.

       Rico Yeung

The Community Chest, a NGO with more than 40 years, is now trying to organize nursing and healthcare services for the elderly and retired people. “We have insights to respond to what the society needs.” Tong Hang Shing said, the manager of Community Relations Department of Community Chest. By providing support with specific groups, old people with diseases like dementia could enjoy the services arranged by the group with improvements made in living conditions.

“Not only insights and improvements, “Integrity” is also important for us to create a trustful image.” Tong said. The Community Chest has put efforts in creating a flexible and transparent system for the donation. It also acts as a trustee of the donors and allocates funds in order to meet the need of the society. With systematic management, “we hope to build a caring society through greater participation given by the Hong Kong community."


--095118 2012年3月13日 (二) 18:02 (UTC)
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