Operation Santa Claus 2024 Call for Funding Applications! (Starts on 3 June)

Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is an annual charity campaign jointly organised by the South China Morning Post (SCMP) and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). It aims to support the Hong Kong community and beyond, through the combined charitable fundraising power of two of the most respected news organisations in the city. Over the past 36 years, it has raised over HK$383 million for over 353 charity projects in Hong Kong. We are now calling for a new round of funding proposals. Applicants must be non-profit charitable organisations registered in Hong Kong and exempt from tax under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance The maximum funding amount per project is HK$1 Million. We welcome projects focusing on one of these areas: Children and youth Elderly Persons with disabilities or persons in mental recovery Medical Community Environment and sustainability Application period: 3 June 2024 (Monday) - 15 July 2024 (Monday) Submission deadline: 15 July 2024 (Monday) at 12 noon.  All applications must be submitted online.  Please fill in the online proposal in English (unless specified), and submit it together with necessary documents. Finalists will be invited to present their projects to the OSC Selection Committee in early September, and application results will be ...

Link Together Initiatives 2024/25 – Open for Application!

Established in 2013 by Link REIT, Link Together Initiatives supports eligible charitable organisations to implement innovative projects across three focus areas: Environmental Sustainability, Inclusion and Active Ageing and Youth Empowerment in the communities near Link’s properties to advance sustainable development in society. Since its inception, the Initiatives has earmarked HK$140 million to support more than 180 community projects with 16 million target beneficiaries. Link Together Initiatives 2024/25 is now open for eligible charitable organisations to apply. The granted projects will be commenced from October 2024. The application schedule is as follows: Application Period:     2 April to 7 May 2024 (Late applications will NOT be considered) Review, Select and Interview:  May – June 2024 Result Announcement:   August 2024 Interested and eligible charitable organisations must complete and submit the online application by deadline at (submission via fax or email will NOT be accepted): Project Fund Application (linkreit.com) Detailed information about eligibility, selection criteria, application form and other relevant templates can be found at the Link Together Initiatives webpage. For enquiries, please contact Ms Kyla LEE or Ms Cherry TSUI at 2864 2902 or [email protected] Link Asset Management Limited commissioned HKCSS to be the consultant of “Link Together Initiatives” programme to send this email ...

The J.P. Morgan Pathbuilders Program is Open for Application

J.P. Morgan launch the PathBuilders Program, the firm's latest philanthropic initiative in Hong Kong. The program, in partnership with The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS), will help undergraduate students develop hands-on skills and knowledge as they transition from education into the workforce. The program will be open to Higher Diploma and Associate Degree students in Hong Kong and aim to prepare them for careers in growing industries such as aviation, finance as well as the environmental space. We would like to invite youth related Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) who can provide training solutions and job placements to apply to participate in this program. Application Details: Date of Application Application accepted from March 6 to March 20, 2024, at 15:00 sharp. (Click here to access the Online Application System) Eligibility A tax-exempted charitable organization under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap 112) for at least 2 years; In operation for at least 2 years; Providing services in relation to youth development Funding size The funding amount for each project should range from HKD500,000 to HKD2,000,000. Duration of the program The funded projects are expected to commence in August 2024 and may last for a maximum of 12 months. More details: Briefing ...

HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2024 – Open for Application!

Application period: From 1th March to 12th April 2024 With the funding HKD18 million from The Hongkong Bank Foundation in 2024, the HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme (CPP) continues to drive innovative district-based initiatives to disadvantaged groups, fostering community growth, cooperation with social inclusion and building a sustainable and resource-efficient future. Support innovative district-based community initiatives across 18 districts in Hong Kong, help disadvantaged communities build resilience and become future-ready and promote green thinking and sustainable living. Funding focuses: Youth or Elderly, and their carers. In addition, cross-generational inclusion initiatives are welcome. Innovative projects with the following characteristics will be prioritised: Enhancing direct service for disadvantaged groups Collaborating with social enterprises Promotion of volunteering (including volunteers from HSBC) Donation for each project ranging from HKD200,000 to HKD700,000; Project duration up to 12 months. Applicants must be non-profit organisations registered under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap112) for at least 3 years. Applications from individuals and commercial ventures will not be considered. For details, please visit: https://www.communitypartnership.org.hk For enquiries, please email: [email protected] * The Guideline for the Use of Personal Data is available on the Website and can be viewed at: https://www.communitypartnership.org.hk/privacy.php ...

CPP2024 – Briefing & Capacity Building Workshop 2024

HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2024 - Application will be open soon! Application period: From 1th March to 12th April 2024 With the funding HKD18 million from The Hongkong Bank Foundation in 2024, the HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme (CPP) continues to drive innovative district-based initiatives to disadvantaged groups, fostering community growth, cooperation with social inclusion and building a sustainable and resource-efficient future. Support innovative district-based community initiatives across 18 districts in Hong Kong, help disadvantaged communities build resilience and become future-ready and promote green thinking and sustainable living. Funding focuses: Youth or Elderly, and their carers. In addition, cross-generational inclusion initiatives are welcome. Innovative projects with the following characteristics will be prioritised: Enhancing direct service for disadvantaged groups Collaborating with social enterprises Promotion of volunteering (including volunteers from HSBC) Donation for each project ranging from HKD200,000 to HKD700,000; Project duration up to 12 months. Applicants must be non-profit organisations registered under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap112) for at least 3 years. Applications from individuals and commercial ventures will not be considered. For details, please visit: https://www.communitypartnership.org.hk For enquiries, please email: [email protected] * The Guideline for the Use of Personal Data is available on the Website and can be viewed at: https://www.communitypartnership.org.hk/privacy.php Capacity Building Workshop 2024 To inspire organisations to develop ...
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