|Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund)
The SIE Fund was set up by the HKSAR Government with a HK$500 million allocation from the Lotteries Fund. Its operation is overseen by a Task Force under the Commission on Poverty. The SIE Fund seeks to be a catalyst for social innovation in Hong Kong. By supporting cross-sector collaboration and capacity building, the SIE Fund seeks to build an ecosystem in which social entrepreneurs can thrive, allowing their innovative ideas, products and services to reach unmet demand and helping to alleviate problems of poverty and social exclusion.
|Our Hong Kong Foundation
Our Hong Kong Foundation is a Hong Kong non-profit organization with the mission to promote long-term and overall interests of Hong Kong through public policy research, analysis and recommendation. The Foundation studies Hong Kong’s development needs, offering multi-disciplinary public policy recommendations and solutions to foster social cohesion, economic prosperity and sustainable development.
|Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES)
Fullness Social Enterprises Society Ltd is a registered charity organisation set up in 2011 aiming at promoting social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong through creating, capturing, and communicating proven practical knowledge on social entrepreneurship. Our main programs include the annual Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement, the Business-As-Mission Forum, the Social Entrepreneurship School Education program, Hong Kong Social Innovation Institute, and the monthly Fullness Forum. FSES has about 200 members and associate members, most from commercial and professional fields. We are committed to contributing to the development of social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong. c
|Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk)
Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk) is Hong Kong’s first venture philanthropic organisation dedicated to the support and nurture of social innovation. It provides financial and extra-financial support to innovative and sustainable social purpose organisations that tackle social and environmental issues in Hong Kong.
Since its establishment in 2007, SVhk has incubated over 20 portfolio ventures, such as Diamond Cab (Hong Kong’s first barrier-free taxi services), Light Be (Hong Kong’s first affordable housing for underprivileged families), Green Monday (an environmental and health initiative), RunOurCity (community engagement through running) and Playtao Education (afterschool education for grassroots students).
CSR Asia is the leading provider of advisory services, research and training on sustainable business practices in Asia. We are the largest, longest-established Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) organisation in Asia, and work with both the private sector and civil society organisations. CSR Asia was Hong Kong’s first representative of the Shared Value Initiative, launched by Mark Kramer and FSG.
Founded in Hong Kong in 2004, CSR Asia has offices in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Tokyo, and representatives in London and Sydney. Our strong regional focus provides us with unique insight into evolving CSR issues in Asia.
We are committed to promoting the general development of CSR and Shared Value in Asia by providing free public access to information through our CSR Asia Weekly newsletter, and through our events and training programmes.
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