Thanks to all our sponsors and donors, we have raised a total of over HK$23 million through the annual ACCA Hong Kong Community Day since 1997, which helped realise many meaningful projects of charitable organisations.

This year's proceeds will benefit the following programmes targeting specific underprivileged segments in our community.

  • Hong Kong Playground Association 香港遊樂場協會

    Established in 1933, Hong Kong Playground Association is a long-time non-governmental organisation providing social services to children and young people in Hong Kong. Through diversified and pertinent services, it aims at breeding youngsters’ holistic development and nurturing them to be successors of the Hong Kong society.

     ‘Fuel Up’ - Promotion of Student Wellness

    The project focuses on "reflective community services" and "expanding horizons through experiential activities" as entry points to engage teenagers. To achieve the goals of:

    1. Enhancing young people's awareness of their own physical and mental well-being, instilling meaning and color to themselves, their surroundings, and their community. 
    2. Strengthening the support network around young people through community involvement to identify and support those facing mental health crises at an early stage. 

    Hence, it is hoped that the isolated and vulnerable young minds can be connected, letting them know they are not alone in facing the ups and downs of life. Through this project, prevention and promotion on student wellness would be addressed in order to reduce their stress, and mitigate crises they may face.

  • ImpactHK 同路舍

    At ImpactHK we have a vision for an inclusive Hong Kong where everyone has a safe place to call home and cares for their neighbour. We work with people experiencing homelessness to help them settle in a safe home, restore their wellbeing, build their self-esteem and social capital while discovering their purpose.

    ImpactHK Food Services Programme

    ImpactHK has been running a community centre Centre 29 in Tai Kok Tsui since 2017. The centre serves as a dedicated space tailored to meet the needs of individuals experiencing homelessness in the area. Our concept of a community living room revolves around creating a welcoming and supportive environment where those without stable housing can come together, fostering social connections, and providing access to essential resources such as food, clothing, and hygiene facilities. The centre also offers support services such as internet access, counselling, medical assistance, and help with finding housing or employment.

    The centre is a key component in our holistic approach to ending homelessness in Hong Kong. As part of the centre’s strategy, our food service programme provides free packed lunches and dinners at the centre for registered service users. The users collect the food at the centre and are also able to eat at the tables provided. The meals play a crucial role in providing food security to the local homeless community by providing a stable and accessible source of nutritional food, fulfilling two of the four pillars for food security. This also fulfils the objective of the centre of providing a welcoming and supportive environment.  The project aims at distribution schedule for 7800 packed meals.

  • Our Hands Green Association 一對手學園

    Our Hands Green Association Ltd is composed of a group of education, media, music, and environmental advocates. The organization's goal is to promote the mental well-being of the community through various forms of community engagement, with a special focus on supporting the elderly and infirm in their own communities.

    Audio-Visual Electronic Family Letters Project

    • Through the use of Apps Inventor and visits by undergraduate students, digital electronic family letters will be created for the elderly in the Sham Shui Po district. These letters will record their past beautiful moments in audio and visual format and incorporate the concept of drafting a will. This serves as preliminary work for the future implementation of end-of-life education for partnered elderly centres.
    • The completed electronic family letters can be shared via QR code on mobile phones. For those who do not have smartphones or find them inconvenient, the letters can be stored and shared in the form of electronic albums.
    • The electronic albums can be accessed via USB, encouraging the elderly to continuously update the content of their albums and share their daily lives and aspirations for the future with others. This helps establish good interpersonal relationships. By collaborating with the elderly centres, the updated tasks can be assigned to trained young old volunteers, thereby encouraging increased interaction between beneficiaries and the centre, and providing local support for their later years.
    • Through public events, the concept of drafting will be promoted to elderly in the same district, encouraging them to face their future lives actively.