Social Innovation in Action

We support innovative projects of different forms and at various stages of development for preventing and alleviating poverty and social exclusion, promoting social integration and enhancing people's well-being and cohesion of society.
A total of 150 projects have been funded under Innovative Programmes as of June 2019.

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Have an innovative idea? We have engaged intermediaries to administer capacity building programmes and funding schemes. Individuals and organisations with innovative ideas in addressing poverty and social exclusion and wish to seek support for implementation may approach the intermediaries direct.

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Social Innovators come from different walks of life, different generations and have different background but all share the same empathy for the underprivileged and apply their expertise to drive change for social good. Be inspired by their stories.
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Social-Inno Box houses videos sharing innovative ideas and telling stories of our work.
Stay tuned to it to keep abreast of our development and innovations that go beyond merely being innovative but tackle social problems.
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We gather information on events in Hong Kong relating to social innovation and social entrepreneurship. Take part in them to build your network, enhance your capacity and be equipped to start your own innovative venture.
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Check out the latest news about SIE Fund
Innovative Programmes-June
19/7/2019
More innovative projects to address diverse social needs
More innovative projects were approved. As of June 2019, 150 projects have been approved under the Fund’s Innovative Programmes. Please visit the Innovative Programmes section for more details about these projects. 
Hong Kong Social Innovators-Zunosaki
28/6/2019
Robotics that makes rehab treatment "handy"
Newmen Ho and Alvin Cheung co-founded Zunosaki and developed a lightweight, user-friendly and affordable robotic hand, enabling more stroke patients to receive treatment during the critical rehab period. Read the story of these two Hong Kong Social Innovators devoted to making rehab technology more accessible. Details...
Hong Kong Social Innovators-CP2Joy
7/5/2019
Innovation that helps oneself and others
Cerebral palsy has set limits on the physical ability of Sunny Cheung but not his aspiration. He developed a voice-controlled input software "CP2Joy" to help himself as well as other disabled persons to use the computer more easily. Read how he turned his experience into inspiration contributing to social inclusion. More stories about HKSIs...
Inviting proposals for intermediary of gerontechnology platform
30/4/2019
Inviting intermediary for gerontechnology platform
The Fund is inviting interested parties to submit proposals to act as the intermediary to design, develop and operate an inclusive platform to facilitate the development of the gerontechnology ecosystem. Details...
Hong Kong Social Innovators-ryan yeung
3/4/2019
Former civil servant helps young-old lead a fruitful life
Ryan Yeung quitted his job and set up "Happy Retired" that provides job-matching service and activities for the "young-old", bringing them a happy, healthy and fruitful life. Read how he discovered the meaning of work from entrepreneurship. More stories about HKSIs...
Innovative Programmes-March
1/4/2019
Number of innovative projects reaches 147
The Fund supports innovative projects of different forms and at various stages of development for poverty-alleviation and prevention of social exclusion. As of March 2019, a total of 147 projects have been approved under Innovative Programmes. More details can be found at the Innovative Programmes section. 
Hong Kong Social Innovators-mosi mosi
20/3/2019
In:visible Wallet: A design for social inclusion
Comma Leung has a special sense in observing and a heart to help others. She decided to give the visually-disabled a hand, using what she learned in design. Read how she set up Mosi Mosi Design Lab and invented the In:visible Wallet to help the visually-disabled overcome barriers in daily life. More stories about HKSIs...
Innovative Programmes
1/3/2019
Final call: funding application for innovative projects
The last round of application under HKCSS’ Impact Incubator will end on 31 March 2019. Funding application by innovative projects will be closed for the time being until the launch of Innovation Programmes by the new batch of intermediaries. Act now if you have innovative ideas for tackling social problems. Details...
Hong Kong Social Innovators-Jan
28/1/2019
Entrepreneurs inspired by family member in developing a smart cane
STICKu is a cane of versatility which owes its origin to the experience of a family member of one of the co-creators. Read the entrepreneurial story behind it at "Hong Kong Social Innovator". More stories about HKSIs...
Invitation for New Batch of Intermediaries
17/1/2019
Invitation for new batch of intermediaries
The SIE Fund is inviting proposals from interested parties to apply for the role of intermediaries for designing and administering Innovative Programmes to nurture and incubate social innovators or ventures of different forms and at different stages of development. Read more...