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30 November 2016
 
Two Companies Celebrated Public Listing on the GEM By Donating To The Community Chest
 
Two companies recently listed on the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong celebrated their listing by donating to The Community Chest of Hong Kong’s “Stock Code Balloting for Charity Scheme”.
 

Kwong Man Kee Group Limited was listed on the GEM of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on 13 October 2016 (Thursday) using the auspicious stock code of “8023”; it made a generous donation of HK$300,000 to The Community Chest of Hong Kong on the same occasion.

Photo: Mr Kwong Chi-man (middle), Chairman of Kwong Man Kee Group Limited and Mr Yip Kong-lok (right), Manager of Kwong Man Kee Group Limited presented the donation to Mr Vernon F Moore, Board Member of The Community Chest of Hong Kong.
 

Allied Sustainability and Environmental Consultants Group Limited was listed on the GEM of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on 17 October 2016 (Monday) using the auspicious stock code of “8320”; it made a generous donation of HK$650,000 to The Community Chest of Hong Kong on the same occasion.
 
Photo: Ms Grace May-han Kwok (middle), Executive Director of Allied Sustainability and Environmental Consultants Group Limited and Mr Dennis Wu (right), Non-executive Director of Allied Sustainability and Environmental Consultants Group Limited presented the donation to Mr Vernon F Moore, Board Member of The Community Chest of Hong Kong.
 
About The Community Chest of Hong Kong
 

The Community Chest of Hong Kong was established in 1968 as an independent, non-profit making organisation neither funded, nor operated by the Government.  Each year, the Chest organises fund-raising events to benefit over 150 member social welfare agencies that reach out to more than two million beneficiaries in Hong Kong in six major areas of services: children & youth, elderly, family & child welfare, medical & health, rehabilitation & aftercare, and community development. The Chest’s administrative expenses come from a subsidised grant from our partner-in-charity, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, in addition to income from investments. This allows the Chest to allocate 100% of funds raised to charitable use; this operations model makes the Chest unique among its peers, and helps fulfil its mission to act as trustee of the donors.

 
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