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Use of Fund

Use of Fund


Currently HKCS offers nearly 50 types of direct service through over 100 service units/projects located across the territory, with a total number of attendance of around 2.1 million each year. About 21% of our annual general expenses are not subsidised by the Government. Therefore, public support is vital to maintain and develop the services being neglected in the society.

Except for donations with designated purposes, all the donations made to support our Monthly Donation Programme and various fundraising events are allocated to the "HKCS Service Development Fund". This Fund provides us resources to develop new services for the unattended needy and enables us to enhance existing services. It also enables us to continue to respond to the changing social service needs in time.

HKCS Service Development Fund

The HKCS Service Development Fund has supported the following pioneer or innovative services in recent years:

  • "Hidden Youths" support service
  • Specialist medical subsidy programme for the elderly
  • Subsidy scheme for preschoolers’ psychological assessment
  • Escorting service for mentally disabled members to medical consultations
  • Project Link and interpretation support for South Asians

Pioneer services launched

HKCS has been playing a forerunner role in response proactively to the social needs in time. Over the years, we have launched different pioneer services in Hong Kong. These include:

  • Mobile clinic, nursery school, elderly hostel, special school, vocational training school in 1950-60s
  • School social work service, outreaching service for youth, community integrated family service centre, foster care service, infant stimulation and parent effectiveness training service, psychotropic substance abusers service in 1970-80s
  • Employee assistance service, Pario education centre, social service in the Mainland, territory-wide sports day for elderly in Hong Kong in 1990s
  • Day activity centre for mentally disabled adults, out-patient cum residential drug treatment centre, outreaching service for the socially withdrawn youths and adults, South Asians support service in 2000s
  • Internet addicts service, navigating adversity counselling service, happy learning Chinese for ethnic minority children, Pario Arts, “Speech Learning Skill Training Project”, Healthy Seed Parenting, subsidy scheme for preschoolers’ psychological assessment in 2010s.

We will continue to respond proactively to the social need and develop new services in time. And we look forward to having your support which is vital for us to maintain and develop the services being neglected in the society.