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Community Chest: Invest, not Bet

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Hong Kong, Mar 13- Some charities badly fleece donors of their money, reducing their motivation to make voluntary contributions again. “We should try to influence those organizations,” Louie Tong, Community Relations Manager of Community Chest, said today. (good lead)

Reporter/ Belle Wong


Many people disdain (to-omit) donating money to charitable organizations in Mainland China, as they are afraid of being cheated. “Most charities are subsidized by the government. Only five per-cents of their funds are contributed by the public,” Louie said this afternoon at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


The culture of giving is always worth appreciating. For Louie, it is of utmost importance to change the practice of those charities. “We are civilized, and we should try to influence those uncivilized groups,” said Louie.


Being questioned whether it is proper for (def.article)Community Chest to use donors’ money for investment, Louie replied, “We seek low risk investments, as we hope to raise more funds and bring greater benefit(plural) to the needy.”


“If the public have any questions, they may call the police. Trust is important,” Louie said.

Good writing, clear and concise, perhaps specifying what kind of investment would be best.

--095023 2012年3月13日 (二) 21:57 (UTC)



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Hong Kong, Mar 13- Some charities badly fleece donors of their money, reducing their motivation to make voluntary contributions again. “We should try to influence those organizations,” Louie Tong, Community Relations Manager of Community Chest, said today.

Reporter/ Belle Wong


Many people disdain donating money to charitable organizations in Mainland China, as they are afraid of being cheated. “Most charities are subsidized by the government. Only five per-cents of their funds are contributed by the public,” Louie said this afternoon at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


The culture of giving is always worth appreciating. For Louie, it is of utmost importance to change the practice of those charities. “We are civilized, and we should try to influence those uncivilized groups,” said Louie.


Being questioned whether it is proper for the Community Chest to use donors’ money for investment, Louie replied, “We seek low risk investments, as we hope to raise more funds and bring greater benefits to the needy.”


“If the public have any questions, they may call the police. Trust is important,” Louie said.

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