Asian Outreach Hong Kong
To support the operation of a Self-financed Family Service Centre
This Ho Man Tin based centre aimed to improve relationships among families living and to strengthen the support network in the community through a variety of activities.
Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service
Hot Meal Service: Kiddy Heart Canteens
Four hot meal canteens were set up to provide reduced price dinners for low income families. The canteens also served as a ‘hub’ to engage relevant service providers to organise activities for these families.
Caritas Hong Kong
Intensive Counselling Project on Financial Difficulties
One-stop crisis intervention and counselling services were offered to help debtors solve their emotional and family problems.
Changchun University of Science and Technology
Integrated Family Service Centre — Building a Mutual Support Network for Autistic Children’s Families
Provided in-home volunteer support services to autistic children and helped the families establish a mutual support network.
China Youth University of Political Studies
Intervention and Development Plan for Low-income Families
This project aims to nurture youth positive behaviour development and improve parent-child relationships through mentoring, counselling, adventure-based programmes and parent-child groups. Its ultimate goal is to develop a suitable intervention model for children and youth.
Christian Fellowship of Pastoral Care for Youth
Parent Empowerment Scheme
Funded this project to enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of older adults and encourage them to continue contributing to society through online learning, a job matching service and volunteer services.
The Companion Scheme – Providing Care for Prison Inmates and Their Family Members
Successfully rehabilitated offenders and their families provided assistance to and shared experiences with those still in prison and their families.
Social Work Service for Haemophilia Patients & Families
This project aimed to strengthen patients’ capacity by providing them psychological support and building a strong mutual support system.
Hong Kong Family Welfare Society
Drop-in Centre for Single Parents
Funded the creation of a centre to address the needs of single-parent families.
Hong Kong Single Parents Association
Activity Centre for Single Parents
Funded the establishment of a support network among single-parent families. Training in handling family issues was also provided.
Prevention of Child Abuse and Violence in Single Parents
Funded the provision of support services for single-parent families so as to prevent child abuse and family violence.
Single Fathers Support Network
Funded the strengthening of the support network among single fathers.
Hong Kong Unison
Support Services to the Ethnic Minority in Hong Kong
Due to the global economic downturn in 2009, KF committed to a two year funding programme to support part of the recurrent expenses of the agency including staff salaries and administrative expenses.
Carnival – ‘City of Happy Families’
Provided funding support for the carnival.
Jinjiang Aoxiang Social Work Service Centre
‘Playback Theatre’ – to Strengthen Parent-child Relationships
Child caring has become a big problem for the rapid growing migrant population. Poor parent-child relationships hinder children’s interpersonal, emotional and behavioural development. This project aims to foster mutual understanding and communication of these families through organising interactive drama performances.
Project Space Limited
Mentor and Apprentice Concentric Home Improvement Project
To improve the harsh living environment of underprivileged families and enable young people to develop transferable vocational skills through a mentorship programme in interior decoration. Career guidance is also provided for young mentees.
Shandong Women’s University
Family-based Village-to-residential Child Development Project
Family malfunction and insufficient support are easily found in this community. This project focuses on the importance of good family functioning towards child development. Parents, children and community members are the service targets.
No Barrier in Parenting – Support Services for Hearing Impaired Parents and their Children
Funded support services including workshops, talks, sign language interpretation services, social and recreational activities. A group of trained volunteers also made daily home visits to provide further support.
The Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong
Developing Sustainable Services for Families with LGBT youths
Counselling, group programmes and online information for parents of LGBT youth and training for teachers and social workers.
Yang Memorial Methodist
Promoting Children & Family Well-being for Families with 0–6 Years Old Children Living in Subdivided Flats in Yau Tsim Mong District
Early outreach and support for needy families through Maternal and Child Health Centres and kindergartens.
Rural Social Work Practicum for MA Social Work Trainers in Yunnan
Funded the building of a rural social work practicum for the MA Social Work Educators for them and their pupils to gain practical experience.