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Creating opportunities for a better tomorrow

iMoney talks to Tina Chan, Head of Philanthropy for The Swire Group Charitable Trust, about the programmes that are being rolled out through TrustTomorrow - a new $150 million, three-year funding initiative that will see Swire Trust partner with NGOs to bring about positive outcomes in the areas of Education, Marine Conservation and the Arts.  In the unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, TrustTomorrow has also been offering immediate and practical support to vulnerable members of our community; programmes include delivering fresh food packs in five districts and providing antimicrobial coating spray to 18 special needs schools with boarding facilities.

Find out more from the article (available in Chinese only).