Great charities and organizations that give you the opportunity to flourish.
Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong is the leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong. According to a global research study (PIRLS 2011), Hong Kong ranked lowest out of 43 countries in terms of family literacy - we try to remedy this.
Changing Young Lives Foundation serve underprivileged young people in Hong Kong and the Mainland and strive to change their lives for the better. We support and inspire them to work towards a better life through educational and developmental programmes which nurture the mind, body and spirit.
ChickenSoup strives to serve the most under-privileged and under-served students in Hong Kong, by promoting all-rounded development of children and allying efforts from the private sector.
Our goal is to encourage, equip and empower children, youth and adults - regardless of their circumstances or limitations - to live healthy, hope-filled and purposeful lives, within supportive families and communities.
Aiming at improving Thalassaemia suffering children’s lives and helping them to grow healthy, a crew of doctors, sick children’s parents and enthusiastic publics established this foundation in Hong Kong at the twenty-third of June, nineteen ninety-three.
Crossroads Foundation is a Hong Kong based non-profit organisation. Our goal is to connect people in a broken world. As our name suggests, we try to be a crossroads: bringing together those in need and those who can help. We do so in four ways.
Feeding Hong Kong is the only food bank in Hong Kong dedicated to redistributing surplus food to people in need. By providing a bridge between the food industry and the hungry of Hong Kong, we provide a solution that simultaneously cuts food waste and feeds those most in need
For most people in Hong Kong, the city is perhaps home of satisfactory living standard. However, a lot of social problems in the city remain invisible to us. Only if every one of us extends a helping hand, we can together achieve big social changes. Habitat for Humanity launches the Project Home Works which targets to help low income families, the elderly and the physically-disabled by providing house repairing services. The project strives to bring better homes, build community and convey hope to the society.
Health in Action is a humanitarian organization established in 2011 in Hong Kong, with a focus in promoting community health and well being through the empowerment of underprivileged populations in Hong Kong and in Southeast Asia. Our work is rooted in the core belief that every human being has the right to health. We offer support to people based on health needs, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. Health In Action is a registered charity in Hong Kong and is a member of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service.
Justice Centre Hong Kong is a non-profit human rights organisation working fearlessly to protect the rights of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable forced migrants: refugees, other people seeking protection, and survivors of torture, human trafficking and forced labour.
KELY Support Group (KELY) is a non-government funded bilingual organisation which provides support to youth between the ages of 14 and 24 in Hong Kong from Chinese- speaking, Ethnic Minority and English-speaking backgrounds.
Kids4Kids is a Hong Kong based non-profit organization developed to inspire young people in Hong Kong to take action and make a positive social impact.
Music for the Growing Mind is an organization aiming at promoting and managing an innovative music education initiative in Hong Kong addressing a particularly fragile segment of the population: children in difficult social and economic conditions.
Across the globe, Oxfam works closely with underprivileged women and men, partner organisations, fieldworkers, volunteers, governments and local communities to achieve the goal of a ’World without Poverty’.
PathFinders Limited is an independent, secular and non-partisan humanitarian services and human rights organisation with tax-exempt charitable status in Hong Kong. Since our founding in 2008, PathFinders has helped over 4,500 of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable babies, children and migrant women. Over 10% of the children we have served would, but for PathFinders, have been at extreme risk of abuse, neglect, even trafficking.
The Salvation Army is an international Christian church and charity working in 128* countries and has been serving Hong Kong for over 85 years. With the commitment to transforming lives, caring for people and making disciples, we are currently operating almost 80 social services units, 33 schools and nurseries, 16 corps (churches) and 1 outpost and 16 Family Stores in Hong Kong and Macau. There are offices in Hong Kong, Beijing and Yunnan for poverty alleviation development in China.
TSt. Barnabas' Society and Home started off small and was formed in 1987 by two people who began a ministry of outreach to street sleepers, the poor, and the homeless in the Western and Kennedy Town districts on Hong Kong Island. Since 1987, we have visited hundreds of street sleepers. Some live on the streets, some under flyovers or in back alleys. Some are drug addicts, some are alcoholics, and others are mentally ill. We also visit people who live in Wood Partitioned Rooms (WPR), dwellings that house the most vulnerable group of people in our society.
Established in 2001, Youth Diabetes Action (YDA) is the only charity in Hong Kong that serves children and adolescents suffering from diabetes and their families. In the past 15 years, YDA has paid significant effort to promote public awareness and knowledge of diabetes.
The YMCA of Hong Kong, with its long history and depth of experience in providing services that cater to the social, educational, physical and spiritual needs of the people in our community, looks to the future with confidence and commitment. It will faithfully endeavour to fulfil its mission as a Christian association dedicated to the furtherance of equality, justice and peace in our society through the provision of life enriching activities to all persons in our community who desire to participate.