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Caregiver Support Project

An evidence-based Caregiver Support Model (“”CSM””) developed for social workers and relevant human service professionals to support the family caregivers, to match community resources according to the needs, to reduce caregiving distress, and enhances caregivers’ quality of life

An evidence-based Online Psycho-education Program on Empowerment (“”PP-E””) to enhance capacity of family caregivers and promote thier long-term well-being

Project Period:

2018 - present

Working Partners:

CityU, 4 NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

12,000,000

Project GrandMove

An evidence-based exercise intervention programme to alleviate frailty among Hong Kong’s ageing population and promote healthy and active ageing by training young-olds as exercise coaches

Project Period:

2015 - present

Working Partners:

HKU, 4 NGO Operators, 28 participating NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

19,630,000

Lost and Found Project

A service model to provide training and alternatives for elderly cardboard pickers to sustain their living besides picking

Project Period:

2019-2021

Working Partners:

ELCHK Hong Kong Communion Lutheran Elderly Health Centre

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

2.070,000

「樂齡媬姆」長者支援.就業試驗計劃

A service model to provide young-old elderly sitters with vocational training and match them with singleton and frail elderly households to deliver home-care services

Project Period:

2018-2021

Working Partners:

Shatin Rhenish Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

725,000

Active Prevention & Early Detection of Cognitive Impairment project (“”APEC””)

An evidence-based service model for people with mild cognitive impairment to slow down cognitive deterioration

Project Period:

2008 - 2019

Working Partners:

CUHK, 27 NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

20,900,000

Transitional Care for Discharged Elders

A project to provide transitional residential care for discharged elders, thereby reducing risk of re-hospitalization

Project Period:

2007 - 2012

Working Partners:

United Crhistian Medical Service

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

3,000,000

School-Based Support Model to Prevent and Address Challenging Social-Emotional Difficulties of Kindergarten Children (“”3Es””)

An evidence-based curriculum for K2 and K3 kindergarten students to enhance their social-emotional competency

Project Period:

2015 - present

Working Partners:

EdUHK, 48 Kindergartens

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

27,000,000

Fun to Learn for the Young (“FLY”)

An evidence-based early intervention programme to enhance the learning and development of preschoolers aged 1.5 from deprived families before kindergarten admission

Project Period:

2013 - present

Working Partners:

PolyU, HKU and 24 NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

25,000,000

Seeing Play from a fresh angle: A new milestone of PlayScope

A project to renovate PlayScope to provide play opportunities for children with different abilities, demonstrate flexible play space to teachers and social workers; and develop play tours to benefit children

Project Period:

2020 - 2021

Working Partners:

Playright Children's Play Association

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

750,000

Playful School – Free Play in Early Childhood Education Project

A service model to provide training to kindergarten teachers to equip them with skills and knowledge to conduct quality free play sessions and create free play environment to let children play and change parents’ perception on play

Project Period:

2019 - 2020

Working Partners:

Playright Children's Play Association

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,100,000

Whole and Inclusive School Empowerment (“WISE Project”)

A model on whole-school approach to enhance the capacity of mainstream preschools in addressing student diversity

Project Period:

2016 - 2019

Working Partners:

PolyU, 5 NGOs and 16 Kindergartens

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

10,000,000

Early Start Project for Infants and Preschoolers

A variety of programmes and parent-child activities serving deprived children aged 0 to 3 and their parents

Project Period:

2012 - 2014

Working Partners:

7 NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

2,400,000

Project LIGHT

A project to help university graduates find out factors that may affect their career decision and career planning, discover their meanings from work, and develop their support network, goals and interests

Project Period:

2019 - present

Working Partners:

Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,100,000

Project MAGIC

A project to help university graduates who feel lost and do not have clear goal in career via case management approach to identify their career direction and life anchor

Project Period:

2019 - present

Working Partners:

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups - Youth Employment Network

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,100,000

Test Project

test project

Project Period:

2019-2020

Working Partners:

SKH

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,000,000

COVID-19 Financial Assistance Scheme

An initiative to provide financial assistance to NGOs with very limited resources and have great difficulties in sustaining their daily service and operation

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

5 NGOs

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,500,000

COVID-19 Project – 童聚同愛2020

A short-term project to sustain the improvement of children with SEN from deprived families by providing them regular online training programmes during COVID-19 pandemic

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

Sheng Kung Hui Tung Chung Integrated Services

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

200,000

COVID-19 Project – 圍城餸暖

A project to provide short-term employment opportunities/temporary jobs to deprived adults who have lost jobs or forced to cut working hour due to the pandemic

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

The Community Development Enhancement Fund

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

300,000

COVID-19 Project – Short-term Food Assistance

A short-term project to help reduce the household economic burden of deprived elders living in subdivided flats by providing them free meals. It also helps sustaining the businesses of the small restaurants operating by single parents/grassroots families by purchasing hot meals from them

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

The Concern Grassroots Livelihood Alliance

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

310,000

COVID-19 Project – Hang Together, Joy Forever

A project to provide emothional support services to deprived parents who are identified to have high levels of parenting stress or even mental health problems

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

YWCA Tin Shui Wai Family Wellness Centre

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

200,000

Combat COVID-19 Project – 抗疫(逆) 19

A short-term project to engage youth participants facing employment difficulties to serve the people in need

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups - Youth Employment Network

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

500,000

COVID-19 Home Play Project

A short-term project to produce home play boxes for children and empower parents/caregivers to utilize resources to create free playtime in home settings during the pandemic

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

Playright Children's Play Association

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

1,170,000

COVID-19 Project – Hygiene packs for caregivers and elders

A project to distribute hygiene kits to the caregivers and elders joining the projects funded by our Foundation during COVID-19 pandemic

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

Wofoo Social Enterprises & MentalCare Connect Company Limited

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

400,000

COVID-19 Project – HK.WeCARE 抗疫福袋

A project to distribute hygiene kits to the needy elderly and underprivileged families in the community during COVID-19 pandemic

Project Period:

2020

Working Partners:

Wofoo Social Enterprises & MentalCare Connect Company Limited

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

250,000

Simon K Y Lee HKU-UBC House

The establishment of the international student residence and cultural centre at The University of British Columbia’s campus in Vancouver

Project Period:

2010

Working Partners:

The University of British Columbia

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

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VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation

A grant to fund medical research in brain and nerve diseases by the Vancouver General Hospital and University of British Columbia

Project Period:

1995 - 2006

Working Partners:

Vancouver General Hospital and University of British Columbia

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

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S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K Y Lee Seniors Care Home

A project contributed to a Multi-Level Care facility with 103 beds to provide residential care in a culturally appropriate setting for Chinese elderly in the city

Project Period:

2001

Working Partners:

United Chinese Community Enrichment Services Society, Vancouver, Canada

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

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Other initiatives and donations

A grant for general charitable purposes, help those in need and is for the public benefit

Project Period:

1992 - present

Working Partners:

Registered charity, for-profit company, an individual, educational institution, others

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

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Simon K Y Lee Hall

A project to establish the Simon K. Y. Lee Hall, a residential hall on campus that accommodates 300 students

Project Period:

1985

Working Partners:

The University of Hong Kong (“HKU”)

Funding Amount: (approx. HK$)

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