19 Dec 2022
Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation and The WEMP Foundation form strategic alliance
23 Nov 2022
Patronage to “Take-A-Break Community Space” at Hong Kong Federation of Women's Centre by Executive Committee
03 Nov 2022
123 disadvantaged families were funded by the “Ocean Park Family Fun Day Programme”.

Patronage to “Take-A-Break Community Space” at Hong Kong Federation of Women's Centre by Executive Committee

23 Nov 2022

Take-A-Break Community Space” (CTFCF funded project) aims to support carers and relieve their stress, while also working to promote employment of grassroots women.

Chairman Mr. Peter Cheng and Governor Mr. Patrick Tsang of Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation paid a visit to the “Take-A-Break Community Space” at Hong Kong Federation of Women’s Centre to learn more about the demand for after school care services.


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05 Oct 2022

Hong Kong’s wealth gap reaches ‘tipping point’ under Covid as unemployment rises among poor, Oxfam says

The pandemic has worsened Hong Kong’s wealth gap, with the city’s poorest making 47 times less than its richest residents, Oxfam Hong Kong has said. In the pre-Covid era, the highest earners made 34.3 times more.

Source: Hong Kong Free Press
22 Sep 2022

Record number of people gave to charity globally in 2021

A record number of people donated money to charities or assisted strangers in 2021 after three-year long reduction in 2018, according to the World Giving Index 2022.

At the other end of the spectrum, half of the countries or regions which declined the most in 2021 included Hong Kong, down by 13 percentage points.

Source: Doha News
12 Sep 2022

The Future of Family Philanthropy

In a time of complicated transitions and historical opportunities, philanthropic families must reflect on their purpose, pace, power, and practices.

Stanford Social Innovation Review shared four key considerations which are food for thoughts.

Source: Stanford Social Innovation Review