Li Ka Shing Foundation

Li Ka Shing Foundation

The Li Ka Shing Foundation (李嘉誠基金會) is a Hong Kong and Canada-based charitable organization founded in 1980 by Hong Kong entrepreneur and philanthropist Li Ka Shing. The Li Ka Shing Foundation focuses on education and healthcare related projects. To date, the Li Ka Shing has supported numerous charitable activities with grants, sponsorships and commitments of approximately HK$7.7 billion (approx. US$ 990 million).

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