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Medical Assistance Fund-raising Programme

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Po Leung Kuk is always concerned about the well-being of the underprivileged, particularly the elderly and the poor. To cater for the increasing need of medical services, the Kuk has set up the "Po Leung Kuk Medical Assistance Fund-raising programme" which aims at seeking public donation to support the long-term development of the Kuk's medical services.


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Case Sharing

73 years old Mr. Lau suffered from eye disease. He lived alone and feared if his vision turned bad his daily living would be seriously hampered. He needed urgent financial aid to seek medical treatment. He applied for the PLK Medical Assistance Fund and obtained a sponsorship for photodynamic therapy. His vision has now been significantly improved after the treatment and he is able to return to normal life and retire happily. He is grateful to the support of the PLK Medical Assistance Fund.


Giving Medical Assistance to the Needy

With the support of "Po Leung Kuk Medical Assistance Fund-raising Programme", we shall provide the following services:

  • Day-to-day Support: Sponsor the elderly and unprivileged to enjoy our affordable Chinese medicine, western medicine and dental services.
  • Emergency Assistance: Provide subsidies for the underprivildged patients waitlisted at public medical facilities to receive early treatment or advance investigation, and to buy medicine or equipment;
  • Service Development: Support medical-related service betterment and development of the Kuk.

Donation Methods

Please support! Donors can either support by giving "Monthly Donations" or a "One-off Donation".

Simply download and complete the donation form, and send it together with a crossed cheque, pay-in slip (original copy) or credit card information to Finance Department, Po Leung Kuk, 66 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.


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*For detailed information about the Programme services and eligibility requirement for relevant subsidies, please contact our Social Services Department via phone on 2277 8157 or by email: [email protected]