Sponsored Agencies

Project

Details

Funding Period

Action for Reachout

Reachout Programme

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Provided medical, counselling, social and legal services to women in the sex industry.

1995-1998

Caritas Hong Kong

Specialised Treatment and Prevention Project against Sexual Violence

Helping sex offenders take responsibility for stopping sexual violence with counselling, therapy and family support programmes.

2017-2020

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Christian Family Service Centre

A Self-Help Group for Women in an Abusive Relationship

Established a self-help group to provide support services for women suffering from family violence and abuse.

1990-1992

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Comfort Care Concern Group

Volunteer Service Centre and Integrated Bereavement Care Service

Volunteers were trained to provide support by hotline or visitation services to dying patients and their families.

1994-1998

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Integrated Bereavement Care Service

Training programmes for social workers and support groups for the bereaved and their families.

1996-2001

Funeral Support Services

Family members received information, emotional support and advice on funeral procedures from trained volunteers and social workers.

2009-2011

Bereavement Counselling for Children

Support and counselling services to bereaved children who had experienced the sudden death of a loved one. Educational talks, seminars and workshops were conducted for parents/guardians to provide them with information and tools to better support the bereaved children.

2011-2013

Ho-Sum Volunteering Services

Sponsored the office expenses and website maintenance costs.

2004-2007

Ho-Sum Organisation Ltd

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Ho-Sum Website (Chinese Version), Volunteer Database & Donors Section

An online platform for charities to recruit volunteers and for corporations and individuals to search for voluntary opportunities.

2003-2005

Inner Mongolia University
(China Project) 

Family-based Mutual Support Network for Endemic Disease Prevention in Pastoral Areas

Because of the extreme plateau climate, lifestyle and food culture, endemic disease is popular in pastoral areas.  This project aims to raise the public awareness on disease, connect villagers with medical resources and develop a family-based mutual support network.

2016-2021

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Minzu University of China 
(China Project)

Capacity Building of the ‘Eco Migrant Families’ in Xilingol League

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The Mongolian nomads have difficulty in earning a living under the government resettlement policy.  This project aims to build up villagers’ skills and knowledge on rearing livestock and dairy production.  Family support programmes and oral history collection have also been organised.

2016-2021

Project Care

Hospice and Grief Counselling Programme

The Keswick Foundation funded its public education programme and the establishment of a Hospice Care, a pilot project which filled the gap and provided services to the dying.

1984-1985

Shihezi University 
(China Project)

Support Services for Poor Kazak Families Under Resettlement Policy

The resettlement policy of the Kazak has caused different social problems, such as poverty, education, adaptation and eco-environmental degradation.  This project aims to help villagers to establish a support network and adjust a new living style.

2016-2021

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Society for Community Organisation

Kick off Poverty – Football for Change

This dynamic project uses sports as an agent of change to promote the physical and mental health of disadvantaged people.

2013-2017

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Yunnan University
(China Project)

Community-Based Ethnic & Rural Social Work Intervention Service

To mentor ethnic minority villagers in Yunnan to develop their livelihood, cultural heritage, environment preservation and urban-rural coordination.

2014-2016

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