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Po Leung Kuk is always dedicated to serve the community by seeking government funding for new services’ development, including the enhancement of services for elderly care, physical handicapped people and special child care etc. (For details, please refer to the Annual Financial Report 2014/15 and 2015/16). The monthly operating expense for Lump Sum Grant services is now over $58 million. We also closely monitor and have maintained the administrative and managing expense at a reasonable level. The expenses of the top 3-tier annual remuneration 2015/16 accounted for 2.62% of the annual operating expenses of the year. (Details please refer to the Review Reports on Remuneration Packages for Staff in the Top 3-tier 2015/16)

On the other hand, the Kuk contributes its own resources, i.e. over $24 million annually and provide the continuous support for elderly, children, youth, mentally and physical handicapped people as well as patients.

Integrated Family Services
Integrated Family Services

Integrated Family Services provide a variety of services to the individuals and families facing hardship.....

Child Care Services
Child Care Services

Child Care Services offer a range of services to meet the needs of families in the community. We provide a pleasant.....

Children and Youth Services
Children and Youth Services

Children and Youth Services aim to provide comprehensive and multi-dimensional counselling and support services.....

Rehabilitation Services
Rehabilitation Services

Our Rehabilitation Services provide a broad range of quality services that aim to provide as much care and.....

Elderly Service
Elderly Service

In 2008, 12.6% of the total Hong Kong population, i.e. 879,000 people, were aged 65 and above. This number is.....

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Integrated Health Services

In view of aging population and the community’s increasing needs, the Kuk intend to expand medical services to serve the general public by amending the Po Leung Kuk Ordinance to include medical services.

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Social Enterprises
Social Enterprises

The latest financial crisis impacted hard on people with little education and work skills, as well as the disabled.....

 

Recent Developments

  • Newcomers' Ward expanded to meet increased demand for urgent residential child care placements.
  • Early Childhood Occupational Therapy service launched for disabled children.
  • A new Community Support Services Centre set up for people with disabilities.
  • Po Leung Kuk Tin Ka Ping Family Joy Centre set up to enhance interaction and communication between children, teenagers, parents and the older generation.
  • A Home Support Service Team set up to provide essential home care and rehabilitation services for the discharged elderly of Princess Margaret Hospital.
  • A new Rehabilitation Centre set up for persons with disabilities.
  • A new Elderly Home set up for the elderly.