- 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
Since 1990, AIDS Concern Foundation has been committed to improving living standards for people living with HIV/AIDS; and to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS. In Hong Kong, it aims at achieving “TRIPLE ZERO” vision — ZERO infections, ZERO stigma and ZERO AIDS related death. This project will support the operation of the organisation’s first mobile service for AIDS with a new van. The van will offer HIV education and free HIV antibody tests in different areas. The van will also serve to transport people living with HIV to the treatment centre so that they can maintain regular check-ups.
No. of beneficiaries: 100 people living with HIV
Families of SMA Charitable Trust provides financial assistance and runs self-help programmes to relieve hardships of the patients suffering from a ruthless degenerative disease–Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). The project this year focuses on the provision of home-based rehabilitative therapies and the donation of medical equipment.
No. of beneficiaries: The registered SMA members who require professional therapy services and/or medical equipment.
The Hong Kong Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation aims to improve the quality of life of people with arthritis and rheumatic disorders. Exercise plays an important role in disease management. The project introduces various exercises including floor curling, laughter yoga and hydrotherapy to raise patients’ interest and encourage them to maintain health by regular practice.
No. of beneficiaries: 1,972