The Hong Kong Shao Lin Temple

Major source of funding was Buddhist lectures, followed by public donations
No rating due to no disclosure of fund-raising costs
Project expenses and administrative cost were 57% and 33% of total expenditure, no staff salaries
Project expenses are mainly Buddhist ceremonies and charitable donations
Small scale organisation, thus high administrative costs is inevitable
Recorded a surplus.
Cash and investments can support 24 months of operations
Held prayer sessions and rituals throughout the year, also offers martial arts courses
No data on participation rate
Latest annual audit report was not submitted to Companies Registry
Unable to determine fund-raising and financial situation of temple construction after March 2009

核查日期:Nov. 3, 2018

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


To submit the latest audit report to the Companies Registry
To announce the progress of fund-raising online while asking for donations
Consider uploading service statistical data and fund-raising cost
Consider expanding services to offer more courses, so that more people can participate

Charity Information

To promote Dharma, world peace, Zen martial arts, and cleanse heart of mankind </br> To promote practice of Zen to attain enlightenment and break free from worries </br> To relax the mind and body, and build physical fitness through practice of Kung Fu including Yi Jing Jing and Ba Duan Jin </br> To attain mind stability and purification through practice of Xisui Jing


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