James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee
James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee

Operation Santa Claus first-time donor says Hong Kong charities facing ‘emergency’ year

  • The Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, which focuses on childhood literacy, notes city’s most vulnerable pay the price as pandemic affects fundraising
  • The foundation this year has been encouraging Hongkongers to donate their HK$10,000 pandemic to charity

Topic |   Operation Santa Claus
James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee
James Chen, chairman of the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, says Hong Kong is facing an ‘emergency year’ for charities. Photo: Dickson Lee
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