An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong Jockey Club

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: as Jockey Club works with NGOs, let trust rule funding decisions

  • The largest supporter of city charities could take the cue from a Ford Foundation-led pledge and loosen currently rigid funding requirements to extend unrestricted support to NGOs

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An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
An elderly woman collects cardboard boxes on a street in Mong Kok on February 13. NGOs which serve Hong Kong’s poor and marginalised communities are facing a funding crunch. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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