慈善機構網絡

認識與樂餉社合作的前線慈善機構

我們為本地多間前線慈善機構和社區團體提供食物援助,包括長者中心、庇護中心、中央廚房、課後活動、社區食物銀行和其他非牟利社區項目。去年,我們與她們合作為弱勢社群支援了超個200萬餐膳食。

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1st Step Association

Food Sharing Programme

G/F No. 58 – 61 Kai Yue House
Kai Yip Estate
Kowloon Bay
Kowloon

1st Step Association is a small charity based in Kowloon Bay with about 800 members providing extensive rehabilitation and aftercare services to people with serious physical disabilities, especially those caused by spinal cord injury. They help people injured on duty, or in other accidents, to obtain reasonable compensation and provide professional information such as medical knowledge, legal support and social services so as to help them and their families adjust to traumatic change. They also aim to educate the general public about occupational safety. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.

Action Care International Limited
Shop F, G/F
3 Tai Ning Street
Sai Wan Ho
Hong Kong Island
Action Care are based in Sai Wan Ho and support their community in the Eastern District of Hong Kong with a wide range of services largely through their outreach program and Grace House. Their outreach programme helps by distributing food lunchboxes to the homeless, new immigrants, single parents and others in need. Grace House is both a service station where food supplies, organic vegetables and donations are gathered for daily distribution, as well as being a place for people to meet, hold lunch gatherings for the elderly, run tutorial classes and even offer free haircuts. Their mission is to serve those in need through acts of love and mercy regardless of race, nationality, religion, age or circumstance. FHK has been supporting their food bank services since 2012.

Ark Association

Fishermen & Migrant Workers Food Sharing Programme

Room 2305, Yue Fai Commercial Centre
208 Aberdeen Main Road
Aberdeen
Hong Kong Island
The Ark Association is a Christian organisation which runs the Fishermen & Migrant Workers Food Sharing Programme in Aberdeen. Their programme provides family support and senior services to fishermen and their families, migrant workers from China, and seniors in the Southern district of Hong Kong. They offer food parcels, snacks, and refreshments as well as holding English classes for children. Their mission is to lead more people to know God through sharing, services and training. They are based in Aberdeen and have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Asian Baptist Women’s Fellowship, HK

Wanchai
Hong Kong Island

The Asian Baptist Women’s Fellowship established the Care and Share Shelter in Wan Chai to provide a safe place for women in crisis, specifically underprivileged women from Ethnic Minorities. It offers them emotional support, encouragement and basic labour rights advice as well practical skills to help them fully integrate, and participate in Hong Kong society. The women are given hot meals, snacks and refreshments as well as classes in a variety of practical subjects such as cooking, baking and tailoring with the hope that they will learn a skill that can help generate income. They have been a FHK Charity partner since 2017.

Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service

Room E, 3/F, Famous Horse Centre
1145-1153 Canton Road
Mongkok
Kowloon
The Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service established their Hot Meal Programme in 2009 to provide low cost meals for impoverished children, low-income families, working poor and single parents during lunch and dinner time. There are currently six Hotmeal Canteens in service: three Lunch Club Hotmeal Canteens for adults and three Kiddy Heart Canteens for primary school students and their immediate families. They also offer career counselling and employment referral, emotional counselling, parent-child activities, and peer support groups. The Canteens are in Tsuen Wan, Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Wan Chai. FHK has been working with the Charity since 2019.

Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service

IEAPS Project

1/F Shanghai Centre
473-475 Shanghai Street
Mong Kok
Kowloon

The Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service has been running the Integrated Employment Assistance Programme for Self-Reliance (IEAPS) since 2008. The programme aims to assist able-bodied CSSA applicants living in the Yau Tsim Mong district to overcome work barriers and enhance their employability. By providing a range of one-stop integrated employment assistance services on a family basis, they hope to help people in the community find paid employment as soon as possible. They also have a food donation service and have been a Charity Partner of FHK since 2017.
Branches of Hope Limited
G/F
29 Burrows Street
Wan Chai
Hong Kong Island
Branches of Hope Limited is a charity based in Wan Chai serving refugees with a mission to restore dignity, justice and hope to the vulnerable and marginalised in Hong Kong. The charity offers relief in the form of financial assistance, education, healthcare services, counselling and legal referrals. It runs summer school programmes and distributes meals and refreshments to children and their parents. It also provides educational support such as English and Cantonese, basic computer skills and tutoring to both adult and child refugees. Branches of Hope have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2017.
Caritas Hong Kong
2/F
9 Shing Mun Road
Tsuen Wan
New Territories
The Caritas Community Centre in Tsuen Wan has provided a comprehensive range of services in the community since 1987. In response to Hong Kong’s changing needs, they extended their services to help new immigrants and ethnic minorities, and offer a wide range of services including food parcels, food vouchers, home visits, family support services, senior services, education, medical care and community development. The centre became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.

Caritas Hong Kong

Caritas Community Centre – Aberdeen

2/F
20 Tin Wan Street
Aberdeen
Hong Kong Island
Caritas–Hong Kong, the official social service agency of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, was established over 65 years ago. The Caritas Community Centre in Aberdeen provides integrated services for underprivileged and vulnerable people mainly in Hong Kong’s southern district. Their services support families, seniors, new immigrants, and ethnic minorities as well as running youth and after-school education programmes. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.
Changing Young Lives Foundation
Unit 1-14, G/F, Block 10, Pak Tin Estate
51 Pak Tin Street
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
Changing Young Lives Foundation is dedicated to rewriting the life stories of thousands of underprivileged children and marginalised youth in Hong Kong and the Mainland every year by providing them with free centre-based and outreach programs in education, talent development and self-empowerment. Their spacious Shek Kip Mei Learning Centre provides a home away from home for many children, and gives them the opportunity to learn English, computer skills, and arts and crafts and well as the use of a gym, dance studio and home economics room. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Christian Action
Flat 2A-C, 2/F, Fok Ying Building
379-381 King’s Road
North Point
Hong Kong Island
The Christian & Missionary Alliance Grace & Joy Church has been serving the North Point community since 2003 with the Love Food Bank. Their mission is to love their neighbour and be a community-based missionary church. They provide food parcels, vouchers and snacks as well as offering an after-school educational programme. FHK has been supporting their food bank service since 2013.

Christian Action

Centre for Migrant Domestic Workers – To Kwa Wan Service Centre

To Kwa Wan
Kowloon

Christian Action’s mission is to serve disadvantaged, marginalized, displaced or abandoned individuals, giving them hope, dignity and self-reliance. The Migrant Domestic Workers Programme runs two shelters in To Kwa Wan, helping mainly Filipino and Indonesian workers, educating them of their basic rights and the different kinds of labour protection available to them. Their service centres also provide emergency assistance and shelter as well as psychological counselling and support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

Christian Action

Chungking Mansions Refugee Centre

Room 6, 16/F, Block E, Chungking Mansions
36-44 Nathan Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon
Christian Action’s mission is to serve those who are disadvantaged, marginalised, displaced or abandoned individuals, giving them hope, dignity and self-reliance. In 2003, they opened Hong Kong’s first service centre to provide immediate assistance to refugees and asylum seekers. The Chunking Mansions Centre assists refugees with essential humanitarian needs such as food, clothing and shelter and is also an important source of educational, recreational and psycho social support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

Christian Action

Integrated Service For New Arrivals – Mong Kok

1/F Tai Chuen Building (Block P)
96 Ivy Street
Tai Kok Tsui
Kowloon
Christian Action’s mission is to serve those who are disadvantaged, marginalised, displaced or abandoned individuals, giving them hope, dignity and self-reliance. Their Integrated Service For New Arrivals runs two service centres in Mong Kok and Sheung Shui, offering food programmes, new arrivals induction classes, women’s groups, consultation and counselling, after-school child care and classes, as well as recreational, community and volunteer activities. With their help, new arrivals and students are better equipped to overcome the barriers in their livers and integrate into society. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Christian Church of Divine Providence
G/F, Tsui Yeung House, Tsui Ping (North) Estate
19 Tsui Ping Road
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
The Christian Church of Divine Providence in Kwun Tong, runs a Food Bank Service to help feed the elderly at nearby public housing estates in the Kwun Tong district. They are supported by church resources and the St. James People’s Food Bank. They also offer comprehensive services to help the community such as women’s groups, a Self-Study Centre, counselling, and general community services. Their vision is to bring the community together to help one another and build a brighter future. FHK have been partnering with them since 2012.
Christian Concern for the Homeless Association
1309, 13/F, CEO Tower
203-211 Nam Cheong Street
Lai Chi Kok
Kowloon
The Christian Concern for the Homeless Association aims to ensure that the basic needs of the homeless are fulfilled and rebuild their self-esteem, social networks and family relationships. They provide a very low-cost lunch for the service-users in the centre and dinner for people living in their transit hostel. The purpose of the charge is to subsidise the food expense and educate the homeless. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
CNEC Lau Wing Sang Secondary School
G/F
323 San Ha Street
Chai Wan
Hong Kong Island
CNEC Lau Wing Sang Secondary School, located in Chai Wan, is a government subvented school, with over one-third of students coming from deprived and underprivileged families, many qualifying for the government textbook assistance scheme. The school’s mission is to promote their student’s spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, and social growth on the basis of all-round Christian education. A range of academic and social programmes, along with other extra-curricular activities, are provided to both students and parents. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since early 2019.
Concern For Grassroot’s Livelihood Alliance Limited
Flat 436, 2/F, Lee Luen Mans
430 – 436A Portland Street
Prince Edward
Kowloon
Concern For Grassroot’s Livelihood Alliance Limited is located in Prince Edward. Their mission is to help people help themselves and fight for social justice. By connecting with different communities and voicing their needs, they work towards a fairer social security system in HK. They provide tailor-made programmes and workshops, establishing mutually beneficial community networks and providing training to grassroots people to enhance their self-sustainability. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Cornerstone International Church of God Hong Kong
11/F, Unit A, Mow Shing Centre
118 Bedford Road
Tai Kok Tsui
Kowloon
The Cornerstone International Church of God Hong Kong serves largely migrant workers in the community. They are based in Tai Kok Tsui and support mostly Filipino and Indonesian domestic helpers, elderly Chinese and other minorities with a youth programme, after-schooland/ education programmes, family support services, and new immigrant services. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

Crossroads Foundation

Food Sharing Programme

Crossroads Village
2 Castle Peak Road
Tsuen Mun
New Territories
The Crossroads Foundation, located in Tuen Mun, is a non-profit organisation which connects those with resources and those who need help. They do this through collecting quality excess and second-hand goods within Hong Kong, refurbishing them if necessary, and then distributing them to those in need within Hong Kong and internationally. In Hong Kong, they actively support the Social Welfare Department and a wide range of NGOs in providing help to individuals and families living in vulnerable circumstances. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Filipinos

Central
Hong Kong Island

The Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Filipinos in Central offers support and shelter to Filipino and other migrant workers, mostly domestic helpers. The Centre offers many services, including legal consulting, counselling, visiting the imprisoned and the sick, educational workshops and outreach services. It also offers accommodation in case of emergency. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Evangel Children’s Home
G/F
120 Shatin Pass Road
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
Evangel Children’s Home is a Residential Care Home in Wong Tai Sin serving 100 children and teenagers from broken and difficult families. The Home supports them and offers a safe space where they can learn to grow maturely in all aspects of their life, with the hope that they will be able to integrate into society and build healthy relationships with their families. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
We Care Social Service Centre Limited
G/F
7B Shek Tsai Leng
Sheung Shui
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. Their Communion Lutheran Elderly Health Centre in Kwu Tung cares for the social and spiritual needs of the elderly by organising various workshops and activities, and establishing a network of supporting services for them. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong

Ma On Shan District Elderly Community Centre

1/F, Kam Tai Shopping Centre
31 Ning Tai Rd
Ma On Shan
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. Their Ma On Shan District Elderly Community Centre has built up a wide network with other service units in different sectors within the district and assists the elders to actively participate in the community and lead a healthy, respected and dignified life. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong

Kwai Chung Fung Yat Social Service

Fung Yat Social Service Complex
364 Kwai Shing Circuit
Kwai Chung
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. The Fung Yat Social Service Centre in Kwai Chung provides career training to the unemployed, school dropouts and unskilled workers. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong

Enlighten Centre

Unit 102, 1F, Tin Ching Amenity & Community Building, Tin Ching Estate
Tin Wah Road
Tin Shui Wai
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. The Enlighten Centre in Tin Shui Wai was established to help combat the increasing trend of psychotropic substance abuse among teenagers. The centre aims to reshape the experience of youngsters and allow them to develop valuable lives on their own by providing diverse and quality social services through creativity and district networks. The centre also gives assistance to family members by mending their relationships and strengthening their determination for drug treatment. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong

Shatin District Community Centre for the Golden Aged

G/F, 123, 125 – 140 Kwai Wo House, Lek Yuen Estate
6 Lek Yuen Street
Sha Tin
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. Their Community Centre for the Golden Aged in Shatin provides various developmental and support services for the elderly in the community. One of their objectives is to encourage the elderly to actively participate in lifelong learning, social and voluntary work, with the hope of enriching the quality of their lives through community involvement. Specialised healthcare and medical services are also provided through collaboration with multi-disciplinary professionals. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong

Kwai Chung Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

Unit A, Platform, Shek Yam Estate Shopping Centre
120 Lei Muk Road
Kwai Chung
New Territories
The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong (ELCHK) operates over 50 centres across Hong Kong providing integrated social services to grassroots and vulnerable groups including the elderly, children, adolescents, families, schools and the unemployed. Their Kwai Chung Neighbourhood Elderly Centre provides a valuable range of services in order to meet the social and personal care needs of the elderly in the community. They offer integrated services including health education, recreation, live-alone elderly support, counselling, carer support, and home visits along with some more innovative projects such “Life Story” and “Music for Heart”. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
New Home Association
Room 910A, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building
15 Hennessy Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong Island
Ever Green Association (EGA) is a Hong Kong NGO, based in Wan Chai, working to promote the idea of a green community. They collect surplus food from wet markets and food manufacturers, and distribute to those in need. They have been working to promote waste recycling and environmental protection in the local community, advocating the importance of protecting the planet and reducing pollution. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Food Angel

Shum Shui Po Central Kitchen

2A/F, Fung Sing Building
235 Hoi Tan Street
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
Food Angel is a food rescue and food assistance program with the mission of “Waste Not, Hunger Not, With Love”. The program rescues edible surplus food from different sectors of the food industry that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. The rescued food is then prepared as nutritious hot meals in their Sham Shui Po and Chai Wan Central Kitchens and redistributed to serve the underprivileged communities in Hong Kong. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.

Food Angel

Chai Wan Central Kitchen

11A, Cheung Yick Industrial Building
12 On Yip Street
Chai Wan
Hong Kong Island
Food Angel is a food rescue and food assistance program with the mission of “Waste Not, Hunger Not, With Love”. The program rescues edible surplus food from different sectors of the food industry that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. The rescued food is then prepared as nutritious hot meals in their Sham Shui Po and Chai Wan Central Kitchens and redistributed to serve the underprivileged communities in Hong Kong. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.
Food for Good Limited
Room 413, 4/F, Block A2, Yau Tong Industrial City
17 Ko Fai Road
Yau Tong
Kowloon
Food For Good is a non-profit making organisation which aims to promote greener eating habits in Hong Kong and reduce food waste. To this aim they have established three community kitchens in Yau Tong, Tung Tau and Tuen Mun which redistribute surplus food to those in need, including delivering free hot meals to vulnerable members of the community. Their Yau Tong Community Kitchen is also a centre for volunteer and CSR activities. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2015.

Food Grace

Food Recycling Scheme – Shek Lei

HKCTU Training Center
18 Shek Lei Street
Kwai Chung
New Territories
Food Grace is a Hong Kong NGO whose aims are to promote food recycling, solve environmental problems, create green jobs and relieve the financial burden on grass-roots communities. They collect food that has been unsold but is still good for consumption, such as vegetables, rice and noodles, from sellers in the city’s markets. This is then shared with the community every weekday afternoon from their Kwai Chung centre. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Food Grace

Food Recycling Scheme – Yuen Long

Flat B, 13/F, Fonda Industrial Building
16 Wang Chau Road
Yuen Long
New Territories
Food Grace is a Hong Kong NGO whose aims are to promote food recycling, solve environmental problems, create green jobs and relieve the financial burden on grass-roots communities. They collect food that has been unsold but is still good for consumption, such as vegetables, rice and noodles, from sellers in the city’s markets. This is then shared with the community every weekday afternoon from their Yuen Long centre. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

Food Grace

Food Recycling Scheme – Tai Po

G/F, Tsui Wo Hse, Tai Wo Estate
12 Tai Po Tai Wo Road
Tai Po
New Territories
Food Grace is a Hong Kong NGO whose aims are to promote food recycling, solve environmental problems, create green jobs and relieve the financial burden on grass-roots communities. They collect food that has been unsold but is still good for consumption, such as vegetables, rice and noodles, from sellers in the city’s markets. This is then shared with the community every weekday afternoon from their Tai Po centre. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Foodlink Foundation Limited
Room 1202, New Victory House
93-103 Wing Lok Street
Sheung Wan
Hong Kong Island
The Foodlink Foundation is a charity dedicated to fighting hunger, building self-sufficiency, and fostering nutritional wellness among those in need. By collecting surplus food from hotels and F&B outlets, they are also reducing food wastage in in Hong Kong and taking pressure off the city’s landfills. The safe-to-eat surplus food is collected and matched with the needs of nearby recipient charities. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Fresh Fish Traders’ School
G/F
33 Sycamore Street
Tai Kok Tsui
Kowloon
Fresh Fish Traders’ School is a primary school located in Tai Kok Tsui They run a Breakfast Club and after-school programme for students. They have been a FKH Charity Partner since 2013.
Good Neighborhood Volunteers Ltd.
G/F, Flat 1901, Block E, Ching Ming House Phase 2
80 Tsz Wan Shan Road
Tsz Wan Shan
Kowloon
Good Neighbourhood Volunteers is a charity based in Tsz Wan Shan in Kowloon. They support vulnerable people by building a close-knit community network, promoting positive values and helping people help themselves. They do this through organised food sharing programmes such as Meals for Life, home visits and language classes for seniors and low-income families in their community. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2016.
Gracious Shepherd Christian Church Neighbourhood Centre
G/F, Hang Tsui House
Cheung Hang Estate
Tsing Yi
New Territories
Gracious Shepherd Christian Church runs a neighbourhood centre providing comprehensive services for families in the Tsing Yi area. They aim to identify and support families in need, offering, among others, food, child care, counselling, pyschological services and recreational activities. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
Greeners Action
Shop 304, Lei Cheng Uk Shopping Centre
10 Cheung Fat Street
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
Greeners Action is a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising environmental awareness and advocating greener living. The run workshops, camps and programmes designed to educate the public about food waste, plastic pollution, and recycling. They run a Food Waste Reduction Campaign in Cheung Sha Wan and also organise a food sharing programme. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2015.
H.K.S.K.H Lady MacLehose Centre
Shop 5A, Hutchison Estate
482 Castle Peak Road and Kwai Chung Road
Kwai Chung
New Territories
H.K.S.K.H Lady MacLehose Centre provides support for vulnerable people and low income families in the Tsuen Wan, Kwai Ching and Tsing Yi districts. They provide integrated services such as care and education, career development, community health and services for the elderly, as well as a Friday afternoon “Food Fair” programme. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
Helping Hand
Flat 108, 1/F, Sui Moon House, Siu Sai Wan Estate
7 Hiu Tsui Street
Siu Sai Wan
Hong Kong Island
Helping Hand is a charity that runs on the belief that senior citizens should be entitled to enjoy a rich and dignified life after years of contribution to society. Their objective is to meet the emerging housing, caring and other needs of our senior citizens as effectively as possible. At the Siu Sai Wan Jockey Club Housing for the Elderly they provide residential care services for elderly residents who are able to take care of themselves with minimum assistance. Two to four residents share a flat with cooking and bathing facilities. Each resident has a private area, bed, cabinet and wardrobe. The charity also supports seniors who are living in the community. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

Helping Hand

Chuk Yuen (North) Jockey Club Housing for the Elderly

Room 316 Chung Yuen House, Chuk Yuen (North) Estate
8 Wing Chuk Street
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
Helping Hand is a charity that runs on the belief that senior citizens should be entitled to enjoy a rich and dignified life after years of contribution to society. Their objective is to meet the emerging housing, caring and other needs of our senior citizens as effectively as possible. At Chuk Yuen (North) Jockey Club Housing for the Elderly they provide residential care services for elderly residents who are able to take care of themselves with minimum assistance. Two to four residents share a flat with cooking and bathing facilities. Each resident has a private area, bed, cabinet and wardrobe. The charity also supports seniors who are living in the community. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

Helping Hand

Hong Kong Bank Foundation Lok Fu Care Home

G/F, Lok Man House, Lok Fu Estate
8 Fu Mei Street
Lok Fu
Kowloon
Helping Hand is a charity that runs on the belief that senior citizens should be entitled to enjoy a rich and dignified life after years of contribution to society. Their objective is to meet the emerging housing, caring and other needs of our senior citizens as effectively as possible. At the Hong Kong Bank Foundation Lok Fu Care Home they provide residential care services for the elderly and infirmary places for residents who have special nursing needs. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

Helping Hand

Po Lam Jockey Club Housing for the Elderly

Room 308, Po Chi House, Po Lam Estate
18 Po Lam Road North
Tseung Kwan O
New Territories
Helping Hand is a charity that runs on the belief that senior citizens should be entitled to enjoy a rich and dignified life after years of contribution to society. Their objective is to meet the emerging housing, caring and other needs of our senior citizens as effectively as possible. At Po Lam Jockey Club Housing for the Elderly they provide residential care services for elderly residents who are able to take care of themselves with minimum assistance. Two to four residents share a flat with cooking and bathing facilities. Each resident has a private area, bed, cabinet and wardrobe. The charity also supports seniors who are living in the community. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
HK Baptist Church Good Neighbour Chapel Family Services Centre
1/F – 3/F
15 Hill Road
West District
Hong Kong Island
The Hong Kong Baptist Church Good Neighbour Chapel Family Services Centre serves people in need by helping them achieve family harmony and holistic care. They provide integrated community services in Central and Western districts. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
Home Care For Girls
No. 207 – 214, 2/F, Ching Kwai House, Cheung Ching Estate
12 Ching Hong Road
Tsing Yi
New Territories
Home for Care for Girls operates two shelter homes, in Tsing Yi and Shatin, providing temporary housing and care for vulnerable teenage girls. Through the shelter, girls can experience compassion and the ability to live a stable life away from problematic family situations. They offer life skills training, referrals for the girls and their families to appropriate social services and counselling services, group activities to foster friendship and peer support. The Tsing Yi Shelter has been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Hong Fook Church Bradbury Community Health Development Centre
No. 113-115, G/F, Block A, Herring Gull House, Sha Kok Estate
5 Sha Kok Street
Sha Tin
New Territories
The Hong Fook Church Bradbury Community Health Development Centre located in Shatin serves their local community (mainly the Sha Kok Estate) by providing various talks, interest groups, home visits, a counselling service and a Food Bank service for families and seniors. Their aim is to promote and build a balanced healthy lifestyle and community networks among families, seniors and people in need. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Hong Kong Family Welfare Society
1/F, Block 2, Harmony Garden,
55 – 61 Kowloon City Road,
To Kwa Wan
Kowloon
The Kowloon City Centre provides community care and support services for the elderly, disabled and their families living in the Kowloon City and To Kwa Wan districts. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG)
Unit 317-332, Cheung Lai House
Cheung Wah Estate
Fanling
New Territories
The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) is the city’s largest youth service organisation and provides opportunities and facilities for the social, educational, cultural, emotional and physical development of young people. The Jockey Club Cheung Wah Youth S.P.O.T. in Fanling is one of the 22 integrated children and youth service centres of the HKFYG. These youth centres provide space and opportunity to learn and develop, offering tailor-made programmes in combination with other community based and educational services. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.

Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service

Community Development Division

G/F & 1/F, 81A Fan Leng Lau Village
Fan Leng Lau Road
Fanling
New Territories
The Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service (HKLSS) is one of the largest NGOs in Hong Kong with more than 60 service units across the territory. They offer services to all areas of society from small children, youths, elders, families, ethnic minorities and new immigrants. The “Community Development Division” is funded by the government and serves those neighbourhoods with insufficient welfare services and recreational facilities. The division has a team of over 30 people working primarily in the Northern New Territories aims through various programmes and workshops to develop a sense of belonging and community network amongst local residents. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service

Yau On Lutheran Centre for the Elderly

1/F, On Ting Community Centre, On Ting Estate
2A Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
The Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service (HKLSS) is one of the largest NGOs in Hong Kong with more than 60 service units across the territory. They offer services to all areas of society from small children, youths, elders, families, ethnic minorities and new immigrants. The Yau On Lutheran Centre for the Elderly in Tuen Mun provides support services by helping seniors settle and prolong their stay in the community, and providing best-matched supportive service for carers.
Hong Kong New Immigrant Service Association
Unit A4, 4/F, Chou Chong Commerical Building
422-428 Castle Peak Road
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
The Hong Kong New Immigrant Service Association is based in Cheung Sha Wan and offers services to new immigrants to help them stay in Hong Kong. The charity provides social services in the form of a food bank, home visits, caring and family support services, a hotline and counselling services. They also offer activities that help to create a better living environment and sense of home and family. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation Limited
Room 2001,m Olympic House
1 Stadium Path
So Kon Po
Hong Kong Island
The Hong Kong Rugby Union is the governing body for rugby union in Hong Kong. Their Community Foundation (HKRUCF) was established in March 2013 with the aim of using rugby and the HKRU brand to bring about positive change within our community by tackling social issues. Every programme they support addresses at least one of the following 3 social issues: inclusive society, education and health. Their programmes are often youth based and include two charity programmes on Friday evenings at the King George V School pitch, Deaf Rugby, and a programme for youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds through the HK Federation of Youth Groups. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2017.
Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children
5/F
387 Portland Street
Mong Kok
Kowloon
Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children runs the Children and Family Services Centre in Sham Mong District. The Centre was opened on 2011 to provide comprehensive child-focused services and parent education to families with children aged 12 or below. The charity provides for and promotes the care, education and social development of children and families in partnership with the community. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Hong Kong Women Development Association Rita Liu Tin Ching Multi-Services Centre
Unit 506, 5/F, Tin Ching Amenity and Community Building, Tin Ching Estate
12 Tin Kwai Road
Tin Shui Wai
New Territories
The Hong Kong Women Development Association’s mission is to strengthen confidence, self-esteem, independence and self-enhancement among women, and works for the rights of women and children. They run the Rita Liu Tin Ching Multi-Services Centre, an integrated multi-services family centre offering youth and after school programmes, education, family support, senior and new immigrant services to the Tin Shui Wai community. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.

ImpactHK

Food Sharing Programme

G/F
29 Oak Street
Tai Kok Tsui
Kowloon
ImpactHK is a charity dedicated to supporting the homeless in Hong Kong. They run events to perform good acts for individuals in need with 100% of everything raised going to the cause. Regular events include kindness walks, feeding the homeless, making and handing out pillows stuffed with recycled plastic bags, making and handing out mats made from recycled plastic bags, and seasonal projects to collect warm clothing and hand out holiday gifts. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.
Integrated Brilliant Education Trust
6/F, Cheung Wah Commercial Centre
3-5 Saigon Street
Jordan
Kowloon
The Integrated Brilliant Education Trust Tutorial Centre in Jordan provides high-quality educational support services to underprivileged children in Hong Kong’s ethnic minority groups. The Centre focuses on Chinese language learning programs and social integration events for under-privileged ethnic minorities. The aim is to equip and encourage the students to pursue higher studies in local schools and tertiary institutions in Hong Kong. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
J Life Foundation Limited
G/F
380 Tai Nam Street
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
J Life Foundation helps low income and single parent families primarily in the Sham Shiu Po area. With the help of food banks, hotels and bakeries, the charity collects surplus food and redistributes it to families in need. The charity also aims to help these disadvantages families to help themselves. They create a safe space where families can come together to share their burdens and build new relationships to create a connectedness within the community. One of the ways is to provide free tuition services for primary school children (age 6-12) of these families so that they can cope with their school work and have a better future
Jesus Is Lord Church Limited

Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon

The Jesus Is Lord Church in Tsim Sha Tsui runs a shelter for female domestic workers in Hong Kong who have been terminated and have ongoing court cases and labour problems. The centre has 20 spaces and provides shelter for woman for up to 45 days in normal situations. There is a small charge of $15 per day which also includes 3 meals. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Jubilee Ministries Limited
Flat A, 3/F, Meyer Industrial Building
2 Chong Yip Street
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
Jubilee Ministries runs a food bank to serve the poor and needy in the Kwun Tong community. The “3A Hot Meals” programme provides much needed food for street sleepers, scavengers and elderly people living alone. They run a Social Enterprise Kitchen that offers both free and paid lunch services and through a network of 19 churches, they are able to distribute hot meals to about 1,500 poor people every week. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Justice Centre Hong Kong Limited
1/F, Eaton House
380 Nathan Road Jordan
Jordan
Kowloon
The Justice Centre Hong Kong provides free, independent, high-quality legal and social welfare assistance to asylum seekers, refugees, victims of torture and survivors of human trafficking and forced labour. Their mission is to enable their clients to access their rights through legal and psychosocial support, policy, advocacy and research. They strive to strengthen the rule of law in Hong Kong. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2014.
Kai Tak Peace evangelical Centre Children, Youth and Parents Activity Centre
G/F, Kawan Court Building
102 Tam Kung Road
Tokwawan
Kowloon
Kai Tak Peace Evangelical Centre – Children, Youth and Parents Activity Centre serves the underprivileged families in To Kwa Wan district, regardless of their age, gender, nationality, and religion. Their centre provides a variety of services, such as interest classes, recreational activities, academic support, etc., They aim to enhance the care for both the physical health and the spiritual needs of the residents in the area. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.
Kwun Tong Swatow Baptist Church
G/F
11 Tsui Ping Road
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
The Church’s mission is to serve those who are disadvantaged and marginalized, regardless of their age, gender, nationality, and religion. They have their own premises in Kwun Tong from which they run a variety of programmes including a library, assembly hall, youth corner and cafe. One of their programmes is a Lunch Club, providing hot meals to the working poor and unemployed in Kwun Tong. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
Light and Love Home Limited
Unit 1 & 4, G/F, Kwai Shun House, Kwai Fong Estate
177 Hing Fong Road
Kwai Chung
New Territories
Light and Love Home is a charity serving those in the Kwai Chung district, mainly the elderly and low-income families. The Neighbourhood Elderly Centre is subvented by the Social Welfare Department and has provided services in Kwai Fong Estate for over 18 years. It strives to offer suitable services to the elderly and caregivers in the community in order to help them live their lives in comfort and happiness. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2016.
Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School
G/F
3 Fu Yue Street
Wang Tau Hom
Kowloon
Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School, located in Wong Tin Sin, runs a Breakfast Club programme for their students. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Love Family Charity Limited
G/F
No. 64 Kei Lung Street
Prince Edward
Kowloon
Love Family Charity provide free meals for the elderly and low-income groups in Hong Kong and also sponsor some schools with scholarships. Their service area is mainly in Mong Kok, Prince Edward and Shum Shui Po. The students from the schools that they partner with help them to deliver the meals to their members. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2019.
Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre, Social Welfare
G/F, Wing B&C, Yiu Wah House, Yiu Tung Estate
39 Yiu Hing Road
Shau Kei Wan
Hong Kong Island
Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre, Social Welfare is a multi-service agency, providing recreational, social and educational activities, developmental programmes and counselling services to all age groups. They have a special emphasis on helping youth to develop a healthy and sound personality as well as realising their potential. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Mission to New Arrivals Limited

21/F, Skyline Tower
18 Tong Mi Road
Mong Kok
Kowloon

Mission to New Arrivals Limited is a charity which provides holistic support to impoverished new arrivals and the needy, helping them to acquire strengths from Christian faith and empowering them to become valuable members of the community. They partner with local churches, schools and organisations to offer services such as a Food Bank, emergency funds, education and training, encouraging the community to connect with various parties as a support network to pull together resources for those in need. They have been our Charity Partner since 2014.
Missionaries of Charity
G/F, Block 6, Cheong Chit House, Nam Cheong Estate
3 Cheong San Lane
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
Missionaries of Charity operates a Temporary Home providing shelter and hot meals to their service users including residents, street sleepers, low income families, the elderly and those referred by the Social Welfare Department. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Mother’s Choice Limited
Unit H, 21/F, Legend Tower
7 Shing Yip Street
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
Mother’s Choice is a local charity based in Kwun Tong serving the many children without families and pregnant teenagers in Hong Kong. They join hands with the community to give hope and change the life stories of vulnerable girls and babies. Their vision is to see every child in a loving family. They offer five main services: pregnant girls; child care home; adoption services; foster care services and community education. Their Child Care Home changes the life stories of children without families. They have space for up to 32 typically developing babies (Baby Care) and 12 spaces for children with special needs. Their Foster Care Services provides loving and safe foster families to care for children who do not have a safe home to live in. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
New Beginnings Christian Fellowship (Hong Kong)
3A, David House
37-39 Lockhart Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong Island
New Beginnings Christian Fellowship run a Temporary Home that is not just a shelter but also a place for fellowship, study, training, and Sunday church. They are a sister organisation of Asian Baptist, serving and supporting domestic workers with food sharing, counselling, education, social services etc. When the Asian Baptist shelter is full the girls are sent New Beginnings. Together the shelters distribute surplus food and other items to those with priority needs, along with acting as airport missionaries for those who newly arrive in Hong Kong without any support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.

New Home Association

Food Sharing Programme

Flat D-F, 1/F, South Ocean Building
286-300 Cheung Sha Wan Road
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
New Home Association provides one-stop professional and social services in Hong Kong for new arrivals from the Mainland, ethnic minorities and the disadvantaged in Hong Kong. They aim at enabling them to develop their full potential and to serve the community. They are also committed to promoting community participation, social inclusion, and to building an equal and caring society. Their Head Office is in Sheung Wan but they have five other centres in Hong Kong: Kowloon East, Kowloon West and both East and West New Territories. They have been our charity partner since 2014.
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
G/F, Cheung Yuen House, Chuk Yuen North Estate
8 Wing Chuk Street
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association strives to promote mental wellness for people in recovery of mental illness and for their families and the general public with the ultimate goal of equal opportunities, social inclusion, acceptance and full participation for all in the community. One of their programmes is the Food Sharing Project which was created to raise awareness of food waste and food poverty in Hong Kong, and to advocate surplus food donations. These are run from the Chuk Yuen Integrated Workshop Centre, the Kwai Shing Sheltered Workshop and the Tin King Sheltered Workshop. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Food Sharing Project – Kwai Shing Sheltered Workshop

Unit 101-118, G/F, Block 10, Kwai Shing West Estate
Kwai Shing Circuit
Kwai Chung
New Territories
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association strives to promote mental wellness for people in recovery of mental illness and for their families and the general public with the ultimate goal of equal opportunities, social inclusion, acceptance and full participation for all in the community. One of their programmes is the Food Sharing Project which was created to raise awareness of food waste and food poverty in Hong Kong, and to advocate surplus food donations. These are run from the Chuk Yuen Integrated Workshop Centre, the Kwai Shing Sheltered Workshop and the Tin King Sheltered Workshop. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Food Sharing Project – Tin King Sheltered Workshop

Units 9-24, G/F, Block 10, Tin Lok House, Tin Kin Estate
10 Tin King Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association strives to promote mental wellness for people in recovery of mental illness and for their families and the general public with the ultimate goal of equal opportunities, social inclusion, acceptance and full participation for all in the community. One of their programmes is the Food Sharing Project which was created to raise awareness of food waste and food poverty in Hong Kong, and to advocate surplus food donations. These are run from the Chuk Yuen Integrated Workshop Centre, the Kwai Shing Sheltered Workshop and the Tin King Sheltered Workshop. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Tuen Mun Social Enterprise Farm

G/F
33 San Fuk Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association strives to promote mental wellness for people in recovery of mental illness and for their families and the general public with the ultimate goal of equal opportunities, social inclusion, acceptance and full participation for all in the community. One of their projects is the New Life Farm in Tuen Mun. This is the first social enterprise which offers nature-based tours in Hong Kong and provides training & employment opportunities for people in recovery from mental illness. The project also aims to enhance public understanding and acceptance of people with mental illness and the struggles faced by them and their families. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
Operation Dawn Limited
Unit 412 – 414, Ching Kwai House, Cheung Ching Estate
Ching Hong Road
Tsing Yi
New Territories
Operation Dawn Tsing Yi Girl’s Centre provides residential drug rehabilitation and treatment. They offer a one year treatment period for female drug abusers of all ages and ethnicities. They aim to provide drug addicts with a comprehensive rehabilitation programme to eradicate their drug dependency and achieve healing for the body, soul and mind. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2012.

Operation Dawn Limited

Wong Tai Sin Half Way House

No. 111-115, G/F, Lung Chak House, Lower Wong Tai Sin (I) Estate
3 Tai Shing Street
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
Operation Dawn Wong Tai Sin Half Way House provides final treatment and after care to male drug abusers in order to better prepare them in returning to society and their families. There are 16 beds available for male students who have completed nine months on Dawn Island or graduated from the one-year programme. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2012.

Operation Dawn Limited

Shum Shui Po Centre

Shop C, G/F
32 Apliu Street
Sham Shui Po
Kowloon
Operation Dawn’s Shum Shui Po Centre provides enquiry, enrolment and referral services for their rehabilitation programmes and is a venue for pre-programme activities, study groups and other gatherings. It also runs outreach services with food assistance to seniors, drug addicts, the homeless, and new migrants. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2012.

Operation Dawn Limited

Dawn Island Gospel Drug Addiction Treatment Centre

DD364
Fu Tau Fan Chau
Sai Kung
New Territories
Dawn Island Gospel Drug Addiction Treatment Centre provides boarding and faith-driven treatment and rehabilitation services to male drug abusers of all ages and ethnicities for nine months out of a one-year treatment period. In July 2006, a South-Asian Ethnic Zone was officially set up on the Island, offering addiction treatment to South-Asian male students. With this, there are now three student groups on the island: the Adult Group (aged 23 and above), the Youth Group (aged 22 and below), and the South-Asian Ethnic Group (for non-Chinese). They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2012.
Pathfinders Limited

Kennedy Town
Hong Kong Island

PathFinders ensures the most vulnerable and unsupported children in Hong Kong are protected and respected, and their migrant mothers – predominantly current or former foreign domestic workers – are empowered to find a path to a better future. Their centre in Kennedy Town is a shelter for migrant mothers and children during their critical stages of pregnancy. They provide shelter, food, clothing, nappies and bedding to meet basic human needs as well as providing counselling, comfort and care, and referrals to adoption services when needed. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.

Pathfinders Limited

Food Sharing Programme

Unit 2D, Worldwide Centre
124 Tung Chau Street
Tai Kok Tsui
Kowloon
PathFinders ensures the most vulnerable and unsupported children in Hong Kong are protected and respected, and their migrant mothers – predominantly current or former foreign domestic workers – are empowered to find a path to a better future. Their Head Office in Tai Kok Tsui is primarily an advisory centre providing counselling, skills training, and education support for pregnant woman, mainly refugees, migrant workers and ethnic minorities. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.
Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ

North Point
Hong Kong Island

Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ is a charity serving migrant domestic workers, mainly those whose contracts have been terminated, those waiting for visa renewal, or who have been referred by friends. They run two shelters, one in North Point and one in Tsuen Wan, and have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
People Service Centre Ltd.
Unit 113,G/F Wang Chak House, Wang Tau Hom Estate
17 Fu Mei Street
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
The People Service Centre is responding to the poverty situation in Hong Kong by providing aid for those in need. One of their key programmes is the Food Friend Action (FFA) project, a food recycling and aid scheme that operates in five districts of Hong Kong: Sham Shui Po, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Tuen Mun and Yau Tsim Mong. They were established in 2013 and regularly collect surplus food to redistribute to the community. Their source of surplus food comes from mainly wet markets, bakeries, food chain stores, food manufacturers and public donations. All their services are provided for free. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.

People Service Centre Ltd.

Food Friend Action – Kowloon City District

Wang Tau Hom Estate
28B Mei Kwong Street
To Kwa Wan
Kowloon
The People Service Centre is responding to the poverty situation in Hong Kong by providing aid for those in need. One of their key programmes is the Food Friend Action (FFA) project, a food recycling and aid scheme that operates in five districts of Hong Kong: Sham Shui Po, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Tuen Mun and Yau Tsim Mong. They were established in 2013 and regularly collect surplus food to redistribute to the community. Their source of surplus food comes from mainly wet markets, bakeries, food chain stores, food manufacturers and public donations. All their services are provided for free. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.

People Service Centre Ltd.

Food Friend Action – Shum Shui Po District

Unit 201-203 Podium Floor, Block 44 Shek Kip Mei Estate
Woh Chai Street
Shek Kip Mei
Kowloon
The People Service Centre is responding to the poverty situation in Hong Kong by providing aid for those in need. One of their key programmes is the Food Friend Action (FFA) project, a food recycling and aid scheme that operates in five districts of Hong Kong: Sham Shui Po, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Tuen Mun and Yau Tsim Mong. They were established in 2013 and regularly collect surplus food to redistribute to the community. Their source of surplus food comes from mainly wet markets, bakeries, food chain stores, food manufacturers and public donations. All their services are provided for free. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.

People Service Centre Ltd.

Food Friend Action – Tuen Mun District

Room 3, 16/F, Block C, Delya Industrial Centre
7 Shek Pai Tau Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
The People Service Centre is responding to the poverty situation in Hong Kong by providing aid for those in need. One of their key programmes is the Food Friend Action (FFA) project, a food recycling and aid scheme that operates in five districts of Hong Kong: Sham Shui Po, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Tuen Mun and Yau Tsim Mong. They were established in 2013 and regularly collect surplus food to redistribute to the community. Their source of surplus food comes from mainly wet markets, bakeries, food chain stores, food manufacturers and public donations. All their services are provided for free. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.

People Service Centre Ltd.

Food Friend Action – Yau Tsim Mong District

Shop M G/F Kwong Wing Building
18 Shan Tung Street
Mong Kok
Kowloon
The People Service Centre is responding to the poverty situation in Hong Kong by providing aid for those in need. One of their key programmes is the Food Friend Action (FFA) project, a food recycling and aid scheme that operates in five districts of Hong Kong: Sham Shui Po, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Tuen Mun and Yau Tsim Mong. They were established in 2013 and regularly collect surplus food to redistribute to the community. Their source of surplus food comes from mainly wet markets, bakeries, food chain stores, food manufacturers and public donations. All their services are provided for free. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
Pok Oi Hospital – Jockey Club Hostel for Single Persons
Flat 106, 1/F, Sui Keung House, Siu Sai Wan Estate
7 Hiu Tsui Street
Siu Sai Wan
Hong Kong Island
Pok Oi Hospital – Jockey Club Hostel for Single Persons is a charity providing transitional housing for single males. They prioritise support towards seniors, the homeless and those with living difficulties. The aim of the charity is to provide short to middle term accommodation, to help residents adjust well in the hostel, encourage them to develop self-confidence and prepare them for future housing planning. There are a maximum of 40 places, which are given on referral only and mainly to CSSA recipients. Five to nine residents share one flat with cooking facilities and a bathroom. They are encouraged to cook, share and help each other to adjust and move on. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Principal Chan Free Tutorial World Limited
Unit 207 2/F Po On Court
1 Po On Road
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
The Principal Chan Free Tutorial World provides free learning support to underprivileged children from families with financial difficulties. They organise extra-curricular activities, talent development classes, playgroups and one to one tutorial classes. They are based in Cheung Sha Wan but have three other centres around Hong Kong. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
Run Hong Kong Limited
5/F, Sun Hing Industrial Building
46 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Wong Chuk Hang
Hong Kong Island
Run Hong Kong supports vulnerable refugees to rebuild their mental and physical strength, unite as a community and with the local HK community, and nurture each other through sport, food, friendship and education. They organise different sports activities, such as hiking and running, for their clients every week and provide healthy food and drinks on training days and in their office during classes and study time. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2017.

Shepherd Community Centre

Food Bank Services

3/F Hub 8
239 Temple Street
Yau Ma Tei
Kowloon
Shepherd Community Centre is a Christian organisation with the core mission to reflect the Christian attitude and belief of caring for one another through appropriate actions without expecting anything in return. They provide integrated services to the working poor and underprivileged families, especially children with special education needs, and offer counselling, emergency food support, education, home visits and case referrals. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2019.

Shepherd Community Church

Shelter Services

Mong Kok
Kowloon

Shepherd Community Church is a charity whose mission is to serve Indonesian domestic helpers and their children, as well as other migrant workers, by providing shelter for those who have experienced unfair dismissal or physical abuse. They joined FHK as a Charity Partner in 2012.
St. Barnabas’ Society & Home
G/F
21 Fung Mat Road
Shek Tong Tsui
Hong Kong Island
St. Barnabas’ Society & Home is a drop in centre and temporary shelter which provides hot meals, hot showers and washing facilities, recreation facilities, a library, outreach services, recreation activities and festival celebrations. The charity was founded in 1987 by two Christians who handed out hot food and soup to street sleepers in Hong Kong’s Western District. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.

St. James’ Settlement

Kowloon Central Kitchen

Unit 32, 1/F, Shing Yip Industrial Building
19-21 Shing Yip Street
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
St James’ Settlement People’s Food Bank was set up in 2003, then in response to the growing demand for hot meal services they set up the Kowloon Central Kitchen to provide free lunch and dinner for people in need in Eastern Kowloon. Their services provide hot meals in the form of meal boxes to low income families, unemployed, street sleepers and others in need. They also organise recreational and educational programmes. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2014.

St. James’ Settlement

Community Economy & Social Enterprise Programme

7/F, St. James’ Settlement Community Centre
85 Stone Nullah Lane
Wan Chai
Hong Kong Island
St. James’ Settlement run the Community Economy & Social Enterprise Programme in Wanchai. The unit is a social enterprise project, providing affordable food products to the community. They also promote the production of local food by the Community Oriented Mutual Economy (COME) and Eco-Village model. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2014.
St. Peter’s Revival Association
G/F, Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School
41 Tung Kun Street
Yau Ma Tei
Kowloon
St. Peter’s Revival Association in Yau Ma Tei organises a Sunday Pizza Party gathering every week which serves hot meal boxes and other ad-hoc items. They also run an outreach programme visiting dormitories operated by the Correction Service Department for those undergoing rehabilitation and their families. Their service users mainly include underprivileged, ex-prisoners and drug addicts. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
St. Stephen’s Society
1/F, Great Wall Factory Building
11 Cheung Shun Street
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
St Stephen’s Society is a traditional Christian organisation that aims to help the vulnerable, underprivileged and marginalised members of the community. Their main centre is in Lai Chi Kok but they also run Rehabilitation Centres all over Hong Kong housing between 200-300 men and women facing all kinds of addiction problems. Their services include hot meals, rehabilitation homes, education programmes and outreach services for children, the poor, the elderly, troubled teenagers and families, and other minority groups in the territories. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2018.
Street Sleepers Action Committee
1/F
69 Portland Street
Yau Ma Tei
Kowloon
Street Sleepers Action Committee is a non-government subvented charitable association. They operate the member-based Community Canteen in Yau Ma Tei and also serve the community through outreach activities. Without any government support, the SSAC has made continuous efforts to ensure street sleepers’ welfare for over 30 years including material, social support as well as monitoring relevant government policies. They aim to help street sleepers return to society through care and support. They have worked tirelessly to promote the cause of street sleepers in Hong Kong raising awareness with the public, professionals and the Government of their problems and needs. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
The ABM Hong Kong Swatow Baptist Church Community Service Association
4/F, Fung Tak Estate Community Centre
111 Fung Tak Road
Diamond Hill
Kowloon
The ABM Hong Kong Swatow Baptist Church Community Service Association provides food bank services for the underprivileged in the Kowloon East district. In addition to a government funded food bank service, ABM also run the Abundant Blessings Meal programme, which is self financed. Along with the food bank service, they also operate some special programmes for youths, the elderly and drug addicts as well as relief work with refugees. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
The Conservancy Association
Unit 39A, Podium, Mei Foo Sun Chuen Stage 2
148 Broadway Street
Mei Foo
Kowloon
The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of HK runs a number of centres across the city including elderly centres, nursery schools, family centres and community health development centres. Their Social Centre for the Elderly in Mei Foo provides, among others, health advice, volunteer training, social networks, mental and social needs support, and caring and spiritual support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of HK

Hing Tin Wendell Memorial Church Alison Lam Elderly Centre

Unit 101, G/F, Choi Tin House, Hing Tin Estate
8 Lin Tak Road
Lam Tin
Kowloon
The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of HK runs a number of centres across the city including elderly centres, nursery schools, family centres and community health development centres. Their Hing Tin Wendell Memorial Church Alison Lam Elderly Centre in Lam Tin provides, among others, health advice, volunteer training, social networks, mental and social needs support, and caring and spiritual support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of HK

Fook On Church Elderly Centre

Unit 123, G/F, On Pak House, Cheung On Estate
1 Tam Kon Shan Road
Tsing Yi
New Territories
The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of HK runs a number of centres across the city including elderly centres, nursery schools, family centres and community health development centres. Their Fook On Church Elderly Centre in Tsing Yi provides, among others, health advice, volunteer training, social networks, mental and social needs support, and caring and spiritual support. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
The Bethune House Migrant Women’s Refuge Limited

Jordan
Kowloon

Bethune House Migrant Women’s Refuge in Jordan provides refuge and social counselling to Asian women migrant workers in distress as they seek justice. Women migrant workers accommodated in Bethune House have cases to file or ongoing cases related to: labour grievances and claims; illegal collection of agency fees, collection of exorbitant fees and forced loans; and police, immigration, health and other concerns. As therapy, the women residents are involved in the production of handmade cross-stitched Christmas Cards, aprons and bags as part of their income generating projects. Each shelter supports 18 – 25 women. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.

The Bethune House Migrant Women’s Refuge Limited

Shelter Services – Hong Kong

Sheung Wan
Hong Kong Island

Bethune House Migrant Women’s Refuge in Sheung Wan provides refuge and social counselling to Asian women migrant workers in distress as they seek justice. Women migrant workers accommodated in Bethune House have cases to file or ongoing cases related to: labour grievances and claims; illegal collection of agency fees, collection of exorbitant fees and forced loans; and police, immigration, health and other concerns. As therapy, the women residents are involved in the production of handmade cross-stitched Christmas Cards, aprons and bags as part of their income generating projects. Each shelter supports 18 – 25 women. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Federation of Alumni Associations Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
G/F
632 Sai Sha Road
Ma On Shan
New Territories
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Federation of Alumni Associations Chan Chun Ha Secondary School is registered under the Incorporated Management Committee of Chinese University of Hong Kong. They run a Breakfast Club and organise events to share food with the community. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.
The Church of United Brethren In Christ
No. 1-10, G/F, Tin Tsui House, Tin King Estate
10 Tin King Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
The Church of United Brethren In Christ runs the Tuen Mun Integrated Children and Youth Service Centre which provides integrated services for children and youth in the community. Their service includes development services, leadership training, counselling, employment supportive services, poverty supportive services and after school programmes. They have a food market programme where they buy at a discount rate from food companies and offer for sale to families. They also hold a bread share programme twice a week for around 30 recipients. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.

The Conservancy Association

Shop 11, Block 2, Lei Muk Shue Estate
389 Wo Yi Hop Road
Tsuen Wan
New Territories
The Conservancy Association established The Food Resources Recycling Centre (FRRC) in July 2013 and is currently sponsored by the Environment and Conservation Fund. The aim of the project is to reduce food waste, help people who are in need and promote Food Wise by recycling and redistributing surplus food in the community. They also organise collections at local wet markets in Kwai Tsing and Tsing Yi and educational activities for the youth. Their mission is to safeguard the environmental resources in Hong Kong, China and the world by advocating policies, monitoring government, promoting environmental education and taking a lead in community participation. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2017.
The Hong Kong Association of Senior Citizens
Room 301, Lai Lan House, Lai Kok Estate
12 Tonkin Street
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
The Hong Kong Association of Senior Citizens serves the elderly in the Cheung Sha Wan community. Their mission is to empower seniors to help themselves and others, and contribute to society. Their various programmes include food distribution, health talks and visits to nursing homes and to seniors living alone. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China
G/F, Morrison Memorial Centre
191 Prince Edward Road West
Mong Kok
Kowloon
The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China operates the Family Support Centre in Tuen Mun. The charity provides various services including educational, food bank, counselling and special care services. Their Tuen Mun Centre supports families in the Tuen Mun and Tin Shui Wan districts. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2013.
The Salvation Army
G/F
31 Wood Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong Island
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Wanchai Corps targets mainly the elderly and domestic workers. When needed they sometimes will serve as temporary shelter. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2018.
The Salvation Army
Room 109, 1/F, 8 Yat Tung Street, Yat Tung Estate
8 Yat Tung Street
Tung Chung
New Territories
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Tung Chung Corps serves over 1,000 people per month in the Tung Chung District with services that focus on primary educational programmes, family support projects, church functions and fellowship, and a recycling programme They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2017.
The Salvation Army
Portion A 1/F Sun Shing Centre
141 Kowloon City Road
Tokwawan
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Kowloon City Corps & Community Education Centre serves underprivileged families, teenagers and the elderly. They offer tutorial classes for primary school children and run a co-housing programme for their service users. They have been a FHK charity partner since 2019.
The Salvation Army
G/F
1 Lung Chu Street
Tai Hang Tung
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Tai Hang Tung Corps, established in 1956, serves 1,000 clients a month and is a community centre mainly for fellowship, teenagers and family functions. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
The Salvation Army
Unit J, 1F, Block 2, Sunshine Plaza
17 Sung On Street
Hung Hom
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Urban Renewal Social Service Team – Community Project in Hung Hom was established in 2002 with the mission to reduce the pressure of tenants affected by urban renewal and redevelopment projects, and to help build a supportive network. They also run various food sharing programmes. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2019.
The Salvation Army
3F
323 Shun Ning Road
Cheung Sha Wan
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Sunrise House – Community Project in Cheung Sha Wan was established in 1998, with the purpose of providing base living accommodation for those who are affected by the implementation of the “Bed-space Apartments Ordinance” and other single persons in need of short-term accommodation. They have been a FHK charity partner since 2019.
The Salvation Army
Room E, M/F, Front Portion, Hing Yip Apartments
60-60E Castle Peak Road
Shamshuipo
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. Sham Shui Po Family Support Networking Team – Community Project focuses on referrals and arranges appropriate social services for Sham Shui Po residents who have welfare needs. They also help to build up a family support network for the community. They mainly target new arrivals, CSSA clients, the elderly, youths, the unemployed, those with financial hardship, and families with relationship problems. They have been a FHK charity partner since 2019.
The Salvation Army
No. 4, G/F, Ying Yat House, Yat Tung Estate
8 Yat Tung Street
Tung Chung
New Territories
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Tung Chung Family Support Centre was established in 2010 and mainly provides family support, and out-reach and networking services in the district. They serve around 500 people monthly, collecting surplus food from the wet market to share with families and new immigrants. They have been a FHK charity partner since 2018.
The Salvation Army
2/F
345A Shanghai Street
Yau Ma Tei
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Integrated Services for Street Sleepers – Community Project was set up in 2002. They offer shelter to those currently street sleeping or with an immediate risk of becoming homeless in Yau Tsim Mong district. Their service also includes outreach, counselling, emergency funds, social skills training and referral. They have been a FHK charity partner since 2019.
The Salvation Army
P Floor
11 Wing Sing Lane
Yau Ma Tei
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. Their Yau Ma Tei Headquarter, like their other units, is run as a Community Centre with integrated services and ad-hoc food sharing. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.
The Salvation Army
1-4/F, Chuk Yuen South Estate, Community Centre
11 Chuk Yuen Road
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Chuk Yuen Children and Youth Centre provides services to those aged from 6 to 30 years old in the community, encouraging them to develop their potential, and become concerned and active members of society. They run two core services: family support and social support. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
The Salvation Army
1-4/F, Chuk Yuen South Estate, Community Centre
11 Chuk Yuen Road
Wong Tai Sin
Kowloon
The Salvation Army provides services and support to people facing crisis and in need, operating over 80 social services units and carrying out more than 20 community projects in Hong Kong and Macau. The Chuk Yuen Centre for Senior Citizens Community provides support and networking services, counseling and care services to seniors in the Wong Tai Sin district. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2020.
The Samaritans
Flat B, 18/F, Block F, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital
3 Lok Man Road
Chai Wan
Hong Kong Island
The Samaritans is a non-profit, non-religious organisation giving confidential emotional support to people who are suicidal or in distress. They provide a 24-hours hotline that is operated by volunteers every day of the year. Their volunteers often come straight from work without rest or supper, so FHK helps with food for their volunteers to eat during their hotline services at night. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2014.
The Society for the Aid and Rehabiliation of Drug Abusers
G/F
2C Castle Peak Road
Yuen Long
New Territories
The Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers runs various centres, projects and services, which provide internationally renowned voluntary drug treatment and rehabilitation services to all drug abusers. Their Au Tau Youth Centre offers residential drug treatment programmes to young male drug abusers aged 25 or below. They also provide opportunities for them to learn responsibility, discipline and conformity. They have a capacity of 20 beds and provide food support to both those living in the Centre and at home. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016
The Society for the Aid and Rehabiliation of Drug Abusers
Shek Kwu Chau
New Territories
The Society for the Aid and Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers runs various centres, projects and services. which provide internationally renowned voluntary drug treatment and rehabilitation services to all drug abusers. Their Shek Kwu Chau Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre provides hospitalised drug rehabilitation and treatment, career training, and drug prevention programmes. They also provide hot meals and refreshments to those using the Centre. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship Ltd
Unit 119-134, G/F, Block 3, Kwai Shing West Estate
Kwai Chung Circuit
Kwai Chung
New Territories
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship strives to provide practical emergency assistance and holistic care to low income families, and organises community activities. They run a food bank service at their Kwai Chug Centre, providing food assistance, food redistribution and home visits. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship Ltd
Shop 6, G/F, Ming Tak Shopping Centre
10 Pui Shing Lane
Tseung Kwan O
New Territories
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship strives to provide practical emergency assistance and holistic care to low income families, and organises community activities. They run a food bank service at their Tseung Kwan O Centre, providing food assistance, food redistribution and home visits. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship Ltd
Shop B95A, 1/F, Goodrich Garden
9 Leung Tak Street
Tuen Mun
New Territories
The Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship strives to provide practical emergency assistance and holistic care to low income families, and organises community activities. They run a food bank service at their Tuen Mun Centre, providing food assistance, food redistribution and home visits. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Tin Shui Wai Community Development Network
Room 12, G/F, Yuet Kwai House, Tin Yuet Estate
39 Tin Wah Road
Yuen Long
New Territories
Tin Shui Wai Community Development Network works to support low income seniors and families by organising different programmes such as collective purchasing, second-hand markets and school advocacy. They also run the Food For Thought programme, collecting surplus fresh food from the Tin Shui Wai wet market for redistribution to those in need. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2015.
Tsang Pik Shan Secondary School
G/F
12 Hang Kwong Street
Ma On Shan
New Territories
Tsang Pik Shan Secondary School is located in Ma On Shan. They run a Breakfast Club for students and organise social services for the community. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2013.
Tung Fook Social Care Limited
G/F, A2 Chai Wan Cinema Building
121 Wan Tsui Road
Chai Wan
Hong Kong Island
Tung Fook Social Care Limited Tung Fook Resources Centre provides integrated services to help deprived and underprivileged families in Chai Wan and Siu Sai Wan. Their services include a food bank, hot meal services, home visits and family-based recreational programmes, and social network and support groups. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2013.

We Care Social Service Centre Limited

No. 10, G/F, Tsui Cheung House, Tsui Ping (North) Estate
19 Tsui Ping Road
Kwun Tong
Kowloon
We Care Social Service Centre is a community centre that provides integrated services for seniors in the community by helping with domestic cleaning, nursing and care support and cancer patient rehabilitation support. They also help source and share second hand furniture for low-income families and seniors and provide local and overseas school counselling for underprivileged families. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
West Island School
G/F
250 Victoria Road
Pok Fu Lam
Hong Kong Island
Students and teachers at West Island School run a charity outreach programme and street sleepers support group. to help the homeless in the Sham Shui Po district. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2016.
Young Men’s Christian Association of Hong Kong – Tung Chung Community Centre
Left Wing, G/F, Tung Chung Community Services Complex
420 Tung Chung Road
Lantau Island
New Territories
The Young Men’s Christian Association of Hong Kong’s (YMCAHK) mission is to adopt an integrated, indigenous approach to identify with the hopes and aspirations of the people of Hong Kong, and work to serve the unique needs of a multilingual and multicultural community, especially those of young people. The Tung Chung Community Centre is a family community centre, which supports those in need with various programmes such as after-school activities, family support services and ethnic minority services. They also run a food sharing programme, collecting food from the wet market and redistributing it to those in need. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2014.
Youth With A Mission Hong Kong Limited
Unit A 20/F Tak Wing Industrial Building
3 Tsun Wen Road
Tuen Mun
New Territories
Youth With A Mission Hong Kong aims to serve the local community and to tackle issues of society that affect the lives of people in Hong Kong. They connect with charity organisations, churches, and ministries in order to make people healthy emotionally, spiritually and physically. They started the YWAM Tuen Mun Food Bank in 2012 which works with 15 charities in the district. They also run programmes visiting street sleepers and cardboard collectors, engage local volunteers, conduct training and run summer camps. They have been a FHK Charity Partner since 2012.
Yuen Long Wai Kwan Centre
G/F
16 Ma Fung Ling Road
Ping Shan
New Territories
Yuen Long Wai Kwan Centre is a charity serving local vulnerable groups including women, new migrant families, youths, children, ethnic minorities and the elderly. They provide temporary food assistance and used furniture to those in need. Their service area is mainly Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and the Hung Fook Estate. They became a FHK Charity Partner in 2017.

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