HKEX Charity Partnership Programme was launched in 2020. With our Values front and centre, and by working in partnership with The Community Chest of Hong Kong, we look to continue to give back to our community and help address its social and environmental challenges.
 
Building on our HK$40 million donation to the Programme, which is expected to support more than 60,000 people in need across 18 community projects; we are looking forward to funding endeavours and making further contributions to our community by focusing on: Financial Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Poverty Relief and Environmental Sustainability. 
Apply for funding.
 
To step up our efforts in helping address social and environmental challenges in our community, we launch the third round of the Programme this year with a total of HK$50 million donation, further contributing to the long-term sustainability of Hong Kong.
 
Eligibility
- Member agencies of either The Community Chest of Hong Kong (the Chest) or The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS)
 
Fund Size
- HK$1,000,000 to HK$5,000,000 for each project
 
Duration of Each Project
- Not to exceed three years
 
Application Period
- 16 May 2022 (Mon) to 11:59pm on 15 June 2022 (Wed)
 
Notification of Result
- Shortlisted applicants have to submit more detailed information of their highest governing body. The Chest Office will contact the respective applicants in October 2022
- A result notification letter shall be sent to all applicants by post in December 2022
 
Useful Documents (only English version is available)
 
Briefing Session
- Date: 30 May 2022 (Mon)
- Time: 10 - 11am
- Format: Zoom
- Registration Deadline: 23 May 2022 (Mon)
- Member agencies of the Chest and HKCSS will receive the enrolment form via email. Interested agencies can sign up the session by returning the form to the Chest by email
- Please note that each member agency can only send ONE representative to attend the briefing session
 
For enquiries, please contact:
- Mr Joe Tam (T: 2599-6145)
- Ms Yuki Wong (T: 2599-6165)
- Mr Martin Yeung (T: 2599-6117)