An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee
An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | On International Day of Charity, Hong Kong NGOs say a big thank you

  • Charities across the city were confronted with a surge in demand for their services as the effects of the pandemic took hold. The trust of funders and beneficiaries, and solidarity within the sector, have helped non-profits navigate the challenging period

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee
An elderly woman collects cardboard on the streets in Sham Shui Po in December 2020. The poor have been disproportionately affected by the economic fall-out of Covid-19. Photo: Dickson Lee
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