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Tencent’s China charity drive shows poorest provinces have the smallest number of groups fundraising for them

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s poorest provinces have the smallest number of public charities working for them while some of the richest regions are home to the nation’s biggest fund-raising organisations, according to data from Tencent’s 99 Giving Day.Results from the 10-day fundraising drive last month showed Henan collected the most in donations, some 495 million yuan (US.9 million), followed by Chongqing with 452 million yuan, Zhejiang with 345 million yuan, Jiangsu with 292 million yuan and Hunan at 243…

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China’s poorest provinces have the smallest number of public charities working for them while some of the richest regions are home to the nation’s biggest fund-raising organisations, according to data from Tencent’s 99 Giving Day.Results from the 10-day fundraising drive last month showed Henan collected the most in donations, some 495 million yuan (US$76.9 million), followed by Chongqing with 452 million yuan, Zhejiang with 345 million yuan, Jiangsu with 292 million yuan and Hunan at 243…

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