Beyond Children’s Special Needs Fund is non-profit organization for special needs children under the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation (HKAHF) focusing cognitive therapy, aiming to provide a holistic support ensuring a complete therapy offer by Beyond so that the child’s brain stays active and engaged.
Depending on each child’s needs, a team of qualified practitioners and therapist will provide the correct therapy support to them and their families.
Giving Love is charity Association established by Ms. Bonnie in 2011 to provide help for elderlies in the society.
The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC) was established in 1953, with the mission to provide medical, surgical, rehabilitation and educational services to disabled children in Hong Kong. The Society. Using funds generated by the generosity of the community, established a convalescent home in Sandy Bat in 1955 for children stricken with skeletal tuberculosis.
Rare Disease Hong Kong Limited (hereinafter "RDHK", formerly known as Hong Kong Alliance for Rare Diseases; HKARD), established in December 2014, is the first patient group in Hong Kong comprising cross-rare disease patients and their families with the support of experts and academics in the field.
Its objectives are to spearhead and improve related policies and services, promote public education on rare diseases, and strengthen the community’s support for rare disease patients, in order to ensure equal respect and protection for them in terms of such fundamental rights as healthcare, social support, education, and daily needs.
The Lord’s Grace Christian Church has been serving the Chinese community including local Chinese students and professionals, immigrants and their families, and American born Chinese in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 40 years.
They also offer youth and nursery programs as well as Sunday School classes for adults.
Hong Kong Angelman Syndrome Foundation (HKASF) is a non-governmental organization aiming to build a bi-lingual platform to share learnings through education, information exchange and researches; providing support to individuals with Angelman Syndrome, their families and people in concern by organizing series of networking activities.
Their goal is also to gradually raise public awareness and gain more community supports.