NEWS
Tuesday
5 Jun
2018
Hong Kong Jockey Club 'Philanthropy for Better Cities Forum' 20-21 September 2018

Riding on the successful inaugural edition in 2016, the Philanthropy for Better Cities Forum will return this year on 20-21 September 2018.

The Forum will provide a platform for 50+ distinguished speakers and 1,000+ philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, thought leaders, policy-makers, academia and NGOs from around the world, especially the Asia-Pacific and Greater China region, to exchange views, facilitate cross-sector collaboration and cultivate long-term partnerships and engagement, all in the hope of creating better cities.

The member of The French Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Hong Kong can enjoy a special discount.

Keynote Speaker

Professor Michael Sandel, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government, Harvard University

Other confirmed speakers include:

  • Norman Chan, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • Paul Grogan, President and CEO, The Boston Foundation
  • Clotilde Perez-Bode Dedecker, President and CEO, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo
  • Naina Batra, CEO, Asian Venture Philanthropy Network

As a member of The French Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Hong Kong, you can enjoy discount at HK$2,120 per ticket. Register now with the discount code 13I15-6FCCI at http://www.citiesphilanthropy.com/  to secure your tickets.

For more information, please visit: http://www.citiesphilanthropy.com/  and follow our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/citiesphilanthropy/

Thursday
31 May
2018
Lulu & the French / "Oui" Care for Fashion & Charity

The French Chamber Foundation is delighted to count on the support of LuLu Cheung this coming June.

LuLu is one of the most influential fashion designers in Hong Kong. Inspired by nature, she associates natural fibres and synthetic materials to draw feminine and modern women’s apparel.

A special operation - Lulu & the French / "Oui" Care for Fashion & Charity - will be organized in her shop of Central (50, Wellington St.) from 1st to 30 June, 2018. For each purchase, 3% of the sale revenue will be donated to the Foundation. The shop will offer 10% off for all & members of the Chamber as well.

Don’t miss the opportunity to discover Lulu’s fashion as well as helping the Foundation supporting the low-income workers of Hong Kong! 

Monday
23 Apr
2018
Without them we wouldn’t exist…

We would like to give our special thanks to:

  • PaloIT for including the French Chamber Foundation within their New Year’s greetings and also for their financial support.

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  • WILD@Heart for their generous donation, time and support in helping us improving our communication on social media. WILD@Heart staff members are also giving some of their free time to help the club of Wan Chai.

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Monday
23 Apr
2018
Human(s) of the French Chamber Foundation

From last January, discover our new Facebook page ‘Humans of the French Chamber Foundation’ sharing the stories of people who make this project relevant.

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Mr Christopher CHUI

“No words would be able to describe my feelings right now. This place means so much to me. I met dedicated and extraordinary staff members here: K.K, Sam and Marco; I’m so blessed to know such people. For sure, that the French Chamber Foundation and Kwun Tong Swatow Baptist Church truly changed my life. This is something that people should know.”

Do not hesitate to like our page; share or comment on our posts and invite your friends!

Monday
23 Apr
2018
Success Stories from early 2018

Discover the stories of some of our latest successful cases. 

Wan Chai

Miss Chan is an 18-year-old girl who has just left school and is looking for a part-time job. After some experience sharing and career counselling with her, she has found a part-time program assistant job in Tsim Sha Tsui. 

Tsuen Wan

Ms Li Fung Ying, 38, is currently living in Tung Chung. Her husband was forced to stop working due to illness, and her friends introduced her to the hot meal canteen. After learning that she was in need of a full-time job, the Foundation helped her find a job as a security guard at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

More stories on our Facebook Page: Humans of the French Chamber Foundation