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How are Global Hand’s financial needs met?

Throughout its history, Global Hand has found it highly empowering to partner with organisations whose services, expertise and product provision has obviated the need for major fundraising. Indeed, it is the power of such relationships which has left Global Hand passionate about the need for more partnerships in a needy world.

The Government of the Hong Kong SAR provides facilities for headquarter offices.

Professional services partners

Legal services are provided by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

Accounting & audit service are provided by Grant Thornton.

Technology partners: The Aidmatrix Foundation partners with Global Hand to provide key server hosting and infrastructure services in the United States. Rotary has supported hosting and infrastructure services in Asia for many years. Networking infrastructure has been donated by Cisco. Desktop computer hardware and back office server infrastructure has been provided by Bloomberg, Allen & Overy, Macquarie Bank and other international financial institutions.

Where there is a need for cash, Global Hand calls upon funds, foundations and private donors. In the case of the cash needs for the United Nations project, it was granted US$500,000 by William Benter, Chairman, Acusis, LLC.