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CHARITY PARTNERS.

OUR CHARITY PARTNERS.

Since the Foundation’s inception in 2019, we have partnered with over 50 charities on a variety of activities.  We've collaborated on events to raise awareness of community challenges and social issues and created volunteer opportunities that enable concrete actions for social impact.

2024 GRANTS+ AWARDS.

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We are proud to announce that our 2024 Grants+ chosen charity partners are: A Plastic Ocean Foundation, Splash Foundation and Changing Young Lives Foundation.

2023 GRANTS AWARDED.

We are proud to announce that our chosen charities for 2023 have been awarded a grant. They are ImpactHK, RunHK, and The Chatteris Educational Foundation, Love21 Foundation, Teen's Key Hong Kong, InspiringHK Sports Foundation, Junior Achievement Hong Kong. Please click here for more about the projects we are funding and how this grant will impact our charity partners, from the charity directors themselves.

FIRST GRANT AWARDED.

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We began 2022 by awarding ACF's first grant to local charity, J Life Foundation, an organisation highly regarded and trusted by its own beneficiaries largely located in Sham Shui Po.  An award of HK$500,000 currently supports two of their social enterprises designed to create  jobs in their local community.

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FUND A FUTURE 
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From 2020 to 2022, Hong Kong charities were stretched to their limits. Demand for their services soared yet their ability to fundraise was limited due to the pandemic.

We partnered with 3 hard-working charities to help them recover - ImpactHK- helps the homeless, Sailability -empowers the mentally & physically disabled through sailing & ReSource- provides mental health counseling. 

In May 2022, we launched our first ever virtual fundraising campaign, “Fund A Future” to support these charities. Thanks to the generosity of our community, we raised a total of HK$300,000 and awarded them each HK$100,000 in emergency funding.