HKCSS provides Consignment Sale
Service on social service publications for Agency Members. Social
workers and the general public can purchase the latest social service
publications in the Reference Library of HKCSS. The "Social
Service Publications" website is also developed to promote
the publications. Agency Members of HKCSS can enjoy special discount
in the purchase of the publications.
Advertisement Benefit Scheme. Many popular newspapers provide
special offers to Agency Members in placing recruitment advertisements.
Agency Members could also upload their recruitment advertisements
on HKCSS website free of charge.
International and Regional Networking of HKCSS, to organize Agency
Members to participate in international conferences and study visits
in order to enhance international perspectives of local social work
practitioners. HKCSS will also apply for funding support from various
foundations and funding bodies to subsidize participants in the participation
of these international exchange programs.
Agency Members can
obtain up-to-date information and recent development of the sector
as well as freely downloading free of charge documents, papers and
research reports from the HKCSS website. In addition, HKCSS has
also developed various kinds of ‘Internet Resources’ to facilitate
Agency Members to get the information they need. For further details,
please visit the HKCSS
Website and some examples are listed below:
Reference Library has rich collection on social service related
literatures and information, which include books, journals, policy
documents, research reports and yearbooks of NGOs etc. Agency Members
are eligible to apply for a free library membership card that facilitates
their staff to make use of library services and facilities.
is a web based information platform that provides information on
social services for the general public. Agency Members are eligible
to apply for a free user account to upload agency activities and
information to SWIK.
Agency Members will receive the
HKCSS quarterly magazine Scenario. 'Scenario'
promotes exchange of information and experience within the welfare
sector, which also facilitates people form other sectors know about
the work of NGOs and recent development of social welfare.
Agency Members will receive Policy
Bulletin' is a quarterly publication that promotes public understanding
and discussion of key social policies, so as to raise the quality
of such policies.
Agency Members will receive service
newsletter(s) that assist(s) our members to grasp up-to-date information
on different service areas. Please visit the websites below for
updated information on respective service:
Company Scheme, which has been launched by the HKCSS since 2002,
is an initiative for cultivating corporate citizenship. First of
its kind in Hong Kong, it is specifically geared for building strategic
partnership between the business and the social service sectors,
and for building a caring society with joint efforts. Through the
Caring Company website - “Matching Projects”, Agency Members can
reach out to be partners with the business sector.