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InterGeneration No Boundaries
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Together with Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation, we are going to launch a campaign to raise awareness of intergenerational approach in social sector and encourage NGOs to adopt IG approaches in their services. Asian Charity Services will organize and support our events such as information day, symposium, Hackathon and pitching for NGOs with potential capacity to offer IG related programming in Hong Kong. 


Through this program, we hope to build community and develop opportunities for Funder-NGO collaborations to carry out intergenerational programs that are meaningful and innovative.

Information Day

We will conduct two online Info Sessions (English and Chinese) to brief potential NGO participants on the project objectives, Symposium, proposal process and funding opportunities.

Date: September, 17th 2021 (Fri)

Hybrid Symposium 

Our symposium helps those NGOs, private and corporate funders who are interested to learn more about intergenerational program practice. We will invite keynote speakers, experienced NGOs and funders to share best IG practice from academic and NGO community. We will also invite our partnered NGOs to participate in a session as a coach and share their experiences in IG projects to those new NGOs who have no such experience before they can submit concept notes. 


Date: September, 29th 2021 (Wed)


Location: 15/F HSBC Main Building, 1 Queen's Road Central, Central

Keynote Speakers: 

Dr. Thang Leng Leng

Prof. Eliza Lai-Yi Wong

Online Hackathon

10 Shortlisted NGO applicants will be invited to attend a one-day Hackathon to focus on refining IG program concepts and strengthening project proposals before submitting final proposals. It is also an opportunity for shortlisted NGOs to receive coaching from reputable philanthropists including both corporates and family foundations. 

Date: Nov 6th, 2021 (Sat)



10 Shortlisted NGO applicants will pitch their final proposals to Lee Kum Kee Family Foundation and Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation in person. 

Date: Nov 26th, 2021 (Fri)


Winning Teams

  1. Empathy for the Elderly

  2. The Education University of Hong Kong ​

Other Shortlisted Teams

  1. Changing Young Lives Foundation

  2. HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre 

  3. ImpactHK

  4. Kids4Kids Limited

  5. La Violet Charity Foundation Limited

  6. Saint Barnabas' Society and Home

  7. Woopie Social Enterprises

  8. YMCA of Hong Kong


  • NGOs under section 88 or in the process of applying section 88

  • Social enterprises who are registered under SEBC/FSES/HKGCSE can also apply, in collaboration with the above-mentioned charitable organizations.

  • Service delivery must be in Hong Kong

  • Project duration must be at least one year

  • Project must commence no later than 6 months after signing Funding Agreement.

Judging Criteria

  • Relevance

  • Impact

  • Feasibility

  • Innovation


  • 2 winning NGOs - $800,000 each for project implementation

  • 8 shortlisted NGOs - $10,000 each for their participation

Supporting Partners

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