Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So
Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Coronavirus: Hong Kong Jockey Club stands with NGO partners in riding out pandemic storm

  • The average processing time under the club’s HK$100 million emergency fund in support of NGOs providing essential relief to hard-hit sections of the community is 15 days, with funding dispensed upfront
  • As of April 14, as many as 194 NGOs have received grants and over 1 million people will benefit

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Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So
Elderly Hongkongers queue for free surgical masks in Sham Shui Po on February 14. The Jockey Club’s relief measures include sourcing and funding the purchase of 14 million face masks. Photo: Edmond So
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