About us

Our society is faced with a lot of problems - some deeply embedded in time, some arising from rapid development. What we need is to gather strength and face these challenges together.Jointly presented by The Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association Hong Kong and The D. H. Chen Foundation, and supported by the Education Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong Council of Social Service, the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund), Hong Kong Island School Heads Association, Kowloon Region School Heads Association and New Territories School Heads Association, the Youth ImpACT Award aims to empower young people to participate in building a better society.


Co-presenters

The D. H. Chen Foundation

The D. H. Chen Foundation

The D. H. Chen Foundation was founded in 1970 by Dr. Din Hwa Chen, an ardent philanthropist and a devout Buddhist. Dr. Chen’s vision of supporting worthy community initiatives continues to drive the Foundation’s work to this day, steering innovative, impactful and sustainable programs in education, medical research & healthcare, as well as the promotion of Buddhist values.

www.dhchenfoundation.com

The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong

The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong

Founded in 1936, The Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong holds "Invest in Our Young for a Brighter Tomorrow” as its mission. BGCA provides professional service for children, adolescents and families, so that our next generation can grow up in a happy and healthy environment to become responsible citizens.

www.bgca.org.hk


Supporting Organizations

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, established in 1947, is a federation of non-government social service agencies of Hong Kong. The aim of the Council is to coordinate large scale relief works and social welfare services. The Council represents more than 400 Agency Members, providing over 90% of the social welfare service through their 3,000 operating units in Hong Kong.

www.hkcss.org.hk

SIE Fund

The Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund)

The Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund), as a catalyst for social innovation in Hong Kong, connects our community with different sectors, including businesses, NGOs, academics and philanthropies to create social impact through innovative solutions that address poverty and social exclusion.

www.sie.gov.hk

Hong Kong Island School Heads Association

Hong Kong Island School Heads Association

The Hong Kong Island School Heads Association was established in March 2005 to connect school heads in the four districts of Hong Kong Island. It is registered as an educational non-profit organisation. Current and past school heads of primary, secondary schools, kindergartens and special schools, and all concerned individuals from the educational sector can become registered members. Since its establishment, the Association has started and promoted activities that enhance education in Hong Kong; allow school heads to exchange their professional and administrative experiences; and strengthen the relationship between its members and other sectors, to promote the development of quality, balance and holistic education in Hong Kong.

Kowloon Region School Heads Association

Kowloon Region School Heads Association

The Kowloon Region School Heads Association was founded in June 2002. It now comprises of around 200 school heads of secondary, primary schools and kindergartens from districts including Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon City, Wong Tai Sin and Kwun Tong. The Association aims to provide continued professional development for school heads of public, subsidized, grant, DSS and private schools. It is also a platform to strengthen the communication among school heads, to create opportunities for mutual learning and collaboration.

http://www.krsha.org/

New Territories School Heads Association

New Territories School Heads Association

The New Territories School Heads Association was established on 19 May 2006. It now consists of school heads and retired school heads of secondary, primary, kindergarten and special schools of the New Territories districts. The Association strives to provide various academic and professional development activities, to promote academic interaction and professional development.

http://www.ntsha.org.hk/