There is a huge demand for food products in the underprivileged community amid the outbreak of COVID-19. Donate to Foodlink via below channels to help the charity collect safe-to-eat surplus food in town and deliver to those in need. Together, let’s reduce food wastage and the pressure on our city's landfills!
Founded in 2001, Foodlink Foundation is a registered Hong Kong charity dedicated to ﬁghting hunger, building self-suﬃciency, and fostering nutritional wellness among those in need. www.foodlinkfoundation.org/
You can now donate easily by one of the following channels:
DBS Credit Cards
DBS Omni eSHOP
Donate with your DBS$ / COMPASS Dollar on DBS Omni eSHOP now!
How to donate on eSHOP?
|1. Log in to DBS Omni||2. Select "eSHOP" under "Redeem Rewards"||3. Select "Care more" and make donation to Foodlink with DBS$10/10 COMPASS Dollar|
Transfer to FPS ID via iBanking / iWealth / Digibank Mobile App
Foodlink Foundation’s FPS ID: 0329581
How to donate using FPS?
|1. Log in and go to Transfer Funds > To Local Recipients||2. Select “Pay Someone New” and “FPS ID”||3. Enter Foodlink Foundation’s FPS ID and transfer details*|
|4. Confirm transfer||5. Enter your DBS iBanking password#||6. Let your Digital Token authenticate your transfers|
* If donation receipt is required for FPS transfers, please send the donation record together with your name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
# If this is the first high-risk transaction after the biometric login.
Scan & Pay via iWealth / Digibank Mobile App
Open your mobile banking app & scan the Foodlink Foundation’s FPS QR code to start donating:
How to donate using Scan & Pay?
|1. Select "Scan & Pay" from the homepage^||2. Scan the Foodlink Foundation’s FPS QR code+||3. Log in to DBS mobile banking|
|4. Input your donation amount♦||5. Verify transaction and tap on “Pay” to complete|
To pay beyond HK$10,000, you can alternate your daily transfer limit for “non-registered payee” and pay higher amounts with a few more steps:
|6. Enter your DBS iBanking password||7. Let your Digital Token authenticate your transfers|
^ Alternatively, you can log in then go “Transfer Funds” > “Scan & Pay”, skipping step 3.
+ You can screencap the FPS QR code and select it from your album to scan.
♦ If donation receipt is required for FPS transfers, please send the donation record together with your name to email@example.com.
Register for the Government's "Cash Payout Scheme" with DBS to Help More Families in Need
Register for the Government’s HK$10,000 Cash Payout Scheme with DBS on or before 30 September 2020 and DBS will donate DBS “Care more” Food Packs to the Foodlink Foundation. More registrations mean more donations - and more families will be supported!
DBS Hong Kong “Care more” Relief Programme
The SGD 10.5 million DBS Stronger Together Fund has been set up to help communities impacted by Covid-19 across the region in Asia, namely Singapore, Hong Kong, China, India, Indonesia and Taiwan. As part of this fund, DBS HK has announced the “Care more” Relief Programme to support the elderly and vulnerable groups by:
Supporting Senior Citizen Home Safety Association (SCHSA) to increase its Care-on-Call outreach service sessions by 20,000 service sessions, including calls and home visits, to better address the emotional and physical well-being of the elderly, who may face greater isolation or mobility challenges amid the outbreak.
Procuring 30,000 hygiene and care packs from social enterprise Agent of Change, and distributing them to elderly in need.
Sponsoring 10,000 “DBS Care more Food Packs” to cheer the community up through launching the staff matching fund donation program with Foodlink Foundation.
Donation which exceeds HK$100 is eligible for tax-deduction. Official donation receipts will be issued by Foodlink Foundation (except donation made via DBS Omni eSHOP).
Use of Scan & Pay or related bank services supported by Faster Payment System is subject to Terms and Conditions. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions of Faster Payment System under go.dbs.com/hk-bank-acct-tnc-en.
The exact timing of crediting funds to the recipient’s account will be subject to the operation of the recipient bank.