- AIDS Concern Foundation
- Animals Asia Foundation
- Art in Hospital
- Benji's Centre
- Families of SMA Charitable Trust
- FHL Adventure Education Centre
- Hans Andersen Club
- Health in Action
- Hong Kong Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation
- Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre
- Project Space
- Rainbow Project Company
- Rehabaid Society
- The Bethune House Migrant Women's Refuge
- The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- The Nature Conservancy
- The Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong
- The Women’s Foundation (in partnership with Goods- CoShare)
- Yes We Do Foundation
OSC 2016 Beneficiaries
Animals Asia’s “Dr Dog” is an innovative animal-assisted therapy programme that provides people in need with what they need most – a best friend. The programme is also changing the way people feel about dogs. "Dr Dog" with their volunteer owners will visit hospitals, homes for the elderly, disabled centres, orphanages and schools, focusing on improvement on mental, physical and tactile function, social interaction and confidence of disadvantaged people.
No. of beneficiaries: 3,000 disadvantaged people in elderly centres, hospitals and schools through 50 visits.
Enrich is a local charity providing financial and empowerment education to migrant domestic workers. The projects will launch inter-agency outreach events, action groups and workshops on personal finance. They specifically target newly arrived migrant domestic workers and Indonesian domestic workers.
No. of beneficiaries: 3,470 migrant domestic workers
Health In Action is a Hong Kong-based humanitarian organisation, with the vision to eliminate health inequality in societies. This project aims to promote social equity for ethnic minorities through empowering them to maintain good health. HIA acts as a facilitator through providing culturally appropriate health services and education; creating evidence through bottom-up social and health research; and advocating to the authorities and the public about ethnic minorities health equity.
No. of beneficiaries: Primary beneficiaries: at least 500 (ethnic minorities) ;Secondary beneficiaries: at least 500 (the public)