|Beneficiary Organisations :
||Clean Air Network
Clean Air Network is an independent NGO that encourages the public to
speak out about the health impacts of air pollution. Our vision is to build a
Hong Kong with clean air. To achieve this vision, CAN dedicated to drive policy
change by building knowledge, collaborating strategically and advocating solutions
in a collaborative approach. Without losing sight on the pollution from regional
activities,marine vessels and power plants, our current primary focus is on roadside pollution.
Food Angel is a food rescue and food assistance program launched in 2011 by
Bo Charity Foundation with the mission of “WASTE NOT, HUNER NOT, WITH LOVE.”
The program rescues edible surplus food from different sectors of the food industry
that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. Following strict safety protocols,
the rescued food items will then be prepared as nutritious hot meals in our central kitchen
and be redistributed to serve the underprivileged communities in Hong Kong.
Established in 2009, Food Grace is the first food recycling organisation in Hong Kong.
With ‘Low Waste, Low Carbon Footprint, Local Network” principle, we operate three
food collection centers to collect excess food from the public and redistribute to
disadvantaged groups. Food Grace also initiates different educational activities and
green campaign to enhance public environmental awareness.
||Friends of the Earth
Friends of the Earth (HK) Charity Limited was established in 1983. As a leading
environmental advocate, we focus on protecting our local and regional environment,
offer equitable solutions to help create environmentally sustainable public policies,
business practices and community lifestyles. Our vision is to build “A healthy and
sustainable environment for all”.
Our Tree Planting Challenge is a unique environmental activity that combines
tree-planting, hiking and a test of your endurance. Since 2005, 83,000 seedlings
were planted on the slopes in various country parks, by more than 9,000 participants
in the past 10 years. We invite all of you to experience the naive tree-planting work
and spread message of "Local Sapling Global Impact". Let’s take action to combat
Green Council is a local non-profit-making charity organization. With the motto of
“Conservation begins with Education”, we aim to encourage Hong Kong citizens to
‘Go Green, Act Green’ by organizing different activities. Each year, around 3,000 volunteers
participate in our activity to clean up over 50 beaches. We also organize various
educational activities to 70 schools per year to promote environmental knowledge among
students and teachers.
Green Sense, established in 2004 and registered as Charitable Institutions in 2010.
We aim to point out the non-environmental friendly practice in society through research
and monitoring. We enhance the environmental consciousness by education and publicity,
in order to ultimately achieve an environmental friendly society, for the sake of our next
generation and ecology. Our major focuses are Waste Reduction (Green Festival and
Say No to plastic disposables), Energy Saving (No Air Con Night and Light Pollution),
Urban Planning and Nature Conservation (Walled building, Country Park & Green Belt Protection).
Greeners Action was founded since 1993, aiming to encourage everyone to take actions to
treasure resources. Over the years, we have been conducting various kinds of signature
environmental protection projects, e.g. “Save Food Campaign”, “Lai See Reuse and Recycle
Campaign” and “Cheung Sha Wan Food Donation Project” etc. We now actively promote
municipal solid waste charging, reduction of food waste and over-packaging.
||Ocean Park Conservation Foundation Hong Kong
Ocean Park Conservation Foundation Hong Kong (OPCFHK) are committed to advocating,
facilitating and participating in effective conservation of Asian wildlife, with an emphasis on
Chinese white dolphins and giant pandas as well as their habitats. This will be achieved through
partnerships, fundraising, research and education. Since its expansion in 2005, the OPCFHK has
allocated over $80 million to fund 480 research projects. OPCFHK also continues to inspire university
students to engage in field work as part of its University Student Sponsorship Programme in Wildlife
Conservation, and connects secondary school student as well as corporations to horseshoe
crab conservation efforts in Hong Kong through the rearing and fostering programme.
||The Conservancy Association
The Conservancy Association (CA) founded in 1968, is a non-government environmental organization
with the longest history in Hong Kong. Our mission is to be a major player in safeguarding the
environment and cultural heritage through advocacy, partnership and community engagement.
We achieve this by carrying out environmental education, taking a lead in community participation,
developing different biodiversity and agriculture conservation demonstration models and advocating
||The Green Earth
The Green Earth (TGE) is a local charitable green organisation formed by a group of environmental
advocates in February 2016 with a vision that everyone in our community will embrace green citizen
responsibilities to help establish a sustainable living environment for this and future generations.
TGE is committed to promoting resource conservation and a zero-waste culture through advocating
sustainable green policies, establishing green corporate partnership and providing various green civic
education programmes.TGE is a self-financed not-for-profit organization without government subvention
but relying on public and private donations to support our missions.
||The World Green Organisation
The World Green Organisation (WGO) is an independent non-governmental organization, established in 2012,
oncerned with environmental conservation and environmentally related livelihood and economic affairs.
It provides a holistic approach to a fully integrated three-pronged solution that combines social, environmental
and economic aspects for an environmental revolution.
WGO organized an array of green education initiatives targeting different sectors of the community: corporations,
schools & general public, to promote a sustainable and low carbon life style.
WWF is a leading global conservation organisation, with a network active in more than 100 countries.
WWF’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF – Hong Kong has
been working since 1981 to deliver solutions for a living planet through conservation, footprint and
education programmes, with the aim of transforming Hong Kong into Asia’s most sustainable city.