A wolf of Wall Street in Hong Kong leaves the pack for life of charity

Read on to find out how our founder uses his knowledge of billion dollar deals to help get millions to those in city who need it most.

ChickenSoup Foundation treated 300 underprivileged children the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story with actor Donnie Yen (centre). Photo: Jonathan Wong
Children perform at a fundraising concert for the ChickenSoup Foundation. Photo: Dickson Lee

A former investment banker, our founder Edward uses his knowledge of billion dollar deals to help get millions to the neediest families in Hong Kong. 

“I could only see a clearer picture of what’s going on as an outsider,” our founder told the South China Morning Post this month, referring to his decision to quit the world of investment banking five years ago. “You would not question something when it’s your job to keep it alive. I left when I came to realize there were timely, more important issues at stake.”

Through ChickenSoup Foundation, Edward has lobbied private businesses for resources – from cash donations to skilled volunteers and services – to save families from simultaneous economic, social, and health crises.  Read on to unveil how he started to cut “deals” between the neediest and donors through his networks and knowledge.

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