HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2021 – 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 2021, HKD36 million is allocated for supporting 69 projects under CPP.  HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2021 funding projects: District Organisation Name Project Name Hong Kong Island St John's Cathedral HELPing Hands - Programme to build more informed communities St. James' Settlement Instant Job Matching - Employment Support Project Methodist Centre Companions in Adversity Family - Support Project Hong Kong Playground Association Someday you will fly Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association Being With You Live Project Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Reborn with COVID - Clean up your mind Caritas Hong Kong Sleep Like a Baby Project The Warehouse Teenage Club Cultural & Creative Space - Youth Incubation Project The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Wellness SPOT Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service Youth rehabilitation- Cognitive and Social Training ...

Operation Santa Claus 2021″: Funding (Application Closed)

Dear HKCSS Agency Members, Operation Santa Claus 2021: Funding applications now open! 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 Hong Kong’s most respected news organisations. Over the past 32 years, it has raised over HK$333 million for over 300 charities 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. Maximum funding amount per project is HK$1 Million   We welcome projects Providing children, youth, elderly, physical and mental disability services (either one) Focusing on sustainability or innovative education (such as STEM)  Submission deadline: 13th July 2021 (Tuesday) 5:00PM. Finalists will be invited to present a proposal to the selection committee in August, and applications results will be announced in September 2021. For details, guidelines and submission, please visit our website https://oschk.org/grant  For inquiries, please call 2680 8159 or email to [email protected] We look forward to supporting your projects to help transform the lives ...

「護理關懷天使計劃」(即將於6/2021底停止接受申請) (Chinese Version only)

護理關懷天使計劃 (計劃供安老院舍為其保健員與護理員及相關職位同事參加,每名參加者最高可獲奬勵金$36,000) 贊助: 伍絜宜慈善基金 統籌: 香港社會服務聯會 目的:  1. 鼓勵青年投身安老護理行業,在具意義及潛力的工作上發揮所長 2. 提供多元化社交及個人發展活動,增進友誼,發展潛能 鼓勵措施: 1. 奬勵金 2. 社交康樂及個人發展活動 3. 僱員支援計劃服務 4. 傑出青年從業員選舉及海外交流 對象: 40歲或以下在安老院舍的全職保健員、護理員及相關職位的同事 (包括現職及新入職同事、職務包括恆常負責為院友量度生命表徵、 護理傷口、配藥、胃管餵飼、照顧個人衛生等) 在安老院舍工作的青年護理服務啓航計劃學員 參加者須經所屬安老院舍推薦參與計劃,院舍在指定日期前向香港社會服務聯會提交報名表格。 名額: 最多1000名受惠人士 (額滿即止) 截止報名日期: (即將於6/2021底停止接受申請) 查詢方法: 電郵:[email protected] 電話:羅先生 (2876 2481) 下載: 護理關懷天使計劃網頁 ...

Koo Foundation COVID-19 Special Needs Care Fund – Result Announcement

The Koo Foundation in partnership with HKCSS WiseGiving launch a special project called Koo Foundation COVID-19 Special Needs Care Fund.  The fund aims to join hand with NGOs to provide immediate relief to the needy families with SEN children/youth who are affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. Koo Foundation COVID-19 Special Needs Care Fund – Funding NGOs (in alphabetical order): Heep Hong Society Hong Kong Evangelical Church Social Service Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association Honor U Ministry Kwun Tong Methodist Social Service The Education University of Hong Kong Project Aspire St. James' Settlement ...

HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2020 – 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 2020, HKD36 million is allocated for supporting 70 projects under CPP.  HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2020 funding projects: District Organisation Name Project Name Hong Kong Island Playright Childrens Play Association 0.5 Playground Methodist Centre Eastern Revival Hong Kong Family Welfare Society Mind-body Wellness Project for Women Youth Outreach Beyond the Cloud Hong Kong PHAB Association Print Your Future 2 - Project I (innovation) Can Methodist Centre Rehabilitation from Home The Hong Kong Arts Centre Precious Moment - Community Art Education Project The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Academic Support for eLearning at Home Scheme Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Seeds of Rainbow - Share the Joy and Spread the love St. James' Settlement Graceful Soft Diet Enjoyment in Central and Western District Hong Kong Playground Association The distance ...
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