Children’s Cancer Foundation

Major source of income were donation
No government subvention or subsidy from foundation
Good fund raising efficiency
Cost of raising every $100 was $6
Fund raising expense was about 3% of total expenditure
Project expense, salaries and administrative cost were about 83%, 9% and 2% of total expenditure
Breakdown of expenses was clearly stated on the audit report and easy to read
Front line staff cost should have grouped under project expense
Salaries represented the administrative staff costs
Low administrative expense reflecting good cost control
Recorded a surplus
Cash in hand can support about 38 months of operation
No investment and most cash was deposited as a fixed deposit
Services included patient services, hospital services and public education
Latest activities and newsletter are available on the website
No service statistic of latest annual report is available

核查日期:Nov. 3, 2018

Fund Needs
Fund-raising efficiency
Fund-raising expenses
Project expense
Staff salaries
Administrative expenses


To consider expanding the service
To put part of the cash in low risk investment against inflation
To upload service statistics so that the public will have a better understanding of the impact

Charity Information

To improve the living standards of family with children with caner </br> To improve the treatment successful rate</br> To subsidize public hospital to purchase advance equipments</br> To improve the facilities and service for children with cancer in Hong Kong</br> Services include counselling, playwork, financial support, Paediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation, subsidizing medical equipments, and medical training etc.


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