Community & Charities

Trust Initiated Projects
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Apart from supporting the projects of well over 100 charitable groups and organisations each year through charitable funding, the Trust also proactively identifies and initiates projects that anticipate future community and social needs.

As a dynamic and transformative philanthropic organisation in its own right, the Trust seeks out the root causes of social issues, and collaborates with a strong network of partners - including Government, NGOs, academia and businesses - to create multi-sector platforms, develop solutions, and pioneer innovative initiatives.

Helping Hong Kong youth discover their passions and abilities, and explore multiple pathways to a fulfilling adulthood.
Building Hong Kong into an age-friendly city by adopting a bottom-up and district-based approach to promote age-friendly culture in the community, encourage the public to be aware of the needs of people of different ages, and drive mindset changes towards "ageing".
Fun to Move@JC aims to develop a sustainable model to enhance primary students’ physical activity level, improve their efficacy and create changes in their lifelong physical activity attitudes and habits.
Conserving and revitalising Hong Kong's heritage while providing the public with an area dedicated to contemporary arts and leisure.
Established in 1998, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarships are dedicated to nurturing local talent.
Building a collaborative platform to empower teachers and social workers in Hong Kong to innovate in their sectors.
Helping to enhance end-of-life care services in the community to provide holistic support to elderly people suffered from terminal illness, while enabling the city's older people to have informed choices of care and enjoy an improved quality of life.
Equipping upper primary students with the basic coding capabilities to strengthen their computational thinking, as well as helping teachers master the necessary professional skills.
Applying eHealth technology to encourage the elderly to build self-management habits and gain a better understanding of their own health.
Providing holistic support for elderly mental wellness through cross-sectoral collaboration, capacity building and outreach engagement in the community.
Providing students with sufficient basic training to learn survival skills and become confident regular swimmers.
Enhancing the Chinese proficiency of non-Chinese speaking (NCS) kindergarten students for their better transition to primary education and early integration.
KeySteps@JC strives to reduce deficits of underprivileged young children and to build stronger foundation at critical early stage for better life outcomes.
Providing holistic support for children (and their parents) with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who attend mainstream schools.
Using Information and Communications Technology to promote innovative family services and enhance family well‐being.
Helping to identify the source of family issues and devise suitable preventive measures, while also promoting family health, happiness and harmony (3Hs) through public education programmes.
Fostering a positive attitude towards elderly, while continually improving their quality of life and care.
Helping children with learning difficulties (mainly dyslexia) overcome reading and writing challenges.
Promoting the whole-person development of young people by enhancing their confidence and developing their positive beliefs.