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 ...

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 ...

「關照您:心理支援計劃」現正接受申請

照顧者照顧家人不容易,一星期24/7的照顧工作會令照顧者身心俱疲。香港社會服務聯會(社聯)承蒙嘉里集團郭氏基金會贊助,推出「關照您:心理支援計劃」(計劃),為基層照顧者提供心理支援服務及個案跟進,以改善精神健康。 浸信會愛羣社會服務處及香港心理衞生會作為計劃的營運機構,負責處理申請及以個案管理模式支援和跟進個案。 計劃為每名成功申請人提供最高港幣7,000元資助額(額滿即止),以支付心理評估及相關治療費用。資助使用範圍包括但不限於: 臨床心理治療 輔導心理治療 精神科治療 教育心理治療 家庭治療 藝術治療 音樂治療 計劃服務對象為基層照顧者*,包括但不限於: 殘疾人士照顧者 年長身體機能衰退照顧者 有特殊學習需要學童照顧者 長期病患照顧者 精神病/情緒病患照顧者 *持有香港身份證並居住在香港的照顧者 計劃申請及查詢熱線 熱線電話 辦公時間 5729 1077 星期一至六: 上午9時至下午6時 計劃時期:2024年2月1日至2025年1月31日 ...

HKEX Impact Funding Scheme (Applicable to Local Charitable Institutions) (Applications Closed)

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS), in partnership with HKEX Foundation, has set up the HKEX Impact Funding Scheme. The Scheme supports non-subvented local charitable institutions to undertake new services/ideas or enhance their current services focusing on the four focus areas of HKEX Foundation, i.e. Financial Literacy, Diversity and Inclusion, Poverty Relief and Environmental Sustainability, serving a wide spectrum of people in need in our community and addressing social and environmental challenges of the society. Application Details Date of Application The Scheme will be opened for online applications from 1 November to 1 December 2023 (5pm). Eligibility Local Charitable Institutions that Registered under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap 112); Do not receive government’s regular subvention (Except the funding for project-based services and services awarded by the way of bidding); and Provide charitable services to local communities in Hong Kong Fund Size The fund size for each proposed project should range from HKD500,000 to HKD1,000,000. Duration of Each Project The duration of each proposed project should be within 12 months. (Starting from 1 June 2024 at the earliest and to be completed on or before 31 May 2025, each project can have 2 months for preliminary preparation ...

HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2023 – Result Announcement

Launched in 2012, the HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme (“CPP”) has been supported by the Home Affairs Department, the Social Welfare Department and The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS). CPP aims to inspire district-based community initiatives to foster a more inclusive society.  Also, it encourages cross-sector collaboration to address the social needs of local districts and help charities and community organisations in Hong Kong build capacity. In 2023, HKD18 million is allocated for supporting 30 projects under CPP.  HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2023 funding projects: District Organisation Name Project Name Hong Kong Island Golden Age Foundation Limited Junior Dr. Golden Programme Methodist Centre Planning At The Moment- Youth Financial and Life Planning Scheme Hong Kong Family Welfare Society Be the powerful partners for elderly The C&M Alliance Wah Kee Youth Centre Life Flip Hong Kong PHAB Association Happy Ageing Lifelong Learning Scheme The Warehouse Teenage Club Cultural and Creative Inheritance - New Generation Artisan Community Project Methodist Centre Virtual Rehabilitation Kowloon East Community Drug Advisory Council “Health Combo” - Intergenerational Health Education Project for Ethnically Diverse Communities Voltra Limited Future Community Leaders Training Programme Hong Kong Family Welfare Society Empowering Your Life's Second Half Financial ...
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