In recent years, apart from making direct donations to support charity, corporations have put more efforts in shouldering social responsibilities by encouraging their staff members in participating in voluntary work to help address social needs.
In view of this development, the Chest actively helps match these voluntary resources with over 160 member social welfare agencies. It takes more than monetary contributions to make a difference. These co-operations allowed Corporations and their staff to reach out and express their care to the underprivileged. For more information on the services and projects supported by the Chest, please visit "Services and Projects".
Picture for reference.
Can’t wait to paint!
Thank you Avnet Technology Hong Kong Limited.
What are we going to do today? Let’s listen to a staff’s briefing.
Ready? Go! Here we specialise in preparing vegetables.
Happy busy afternoon, wasn’t it?
Say thank-you to Hung Fook Tong.
Learn some English words about food.
Volunteers and children working together.
Making food was fun!
Time to enjoy the meals!
Thank you Macroview Telecom Limited.
ICBC (Asia)’s volunteers with children from Heart Link of Sheng Kung Hui St. Christopher's Home for a one-day trip to Sha Tou Kok Farm.
Learn about farming from the expert.
Time to be creative: making bear-shape Hakka tea buns!
Children from Kwai Chung (South) Integrated Family Service Centre of Hong Kong Family Welfare Society at the Google office.
Let’s listen to Raf talking about how he takes photos for the Hong Kong Google Map.
Finding your school on the Google Map.
Using the gmail.
Thank you Google!
Volunteers from BOCI-Prudential Trustee Limited helped measure the blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol readings of the residents.
Checking the medications.
Keeping an eye on the health of the residents.
D.I.Y was fun!
Patient and helpful volunteers!
A big thank-you to volunteers from Program Contractors Limited!
Hung Fook Tong Group Holdings Limited not only sponsored Skip Lunch Day but also arranged volunteers to deliver the soup to the Chest’s beneficiaries!
Delicious soups and drinks were ready to be served!
Soups with love!
With help of the volunteers, the elderly enjoyed a great meal there.
Volunteers from Bank of China Group Investment Limited and children from Tsung Tsin Mission of Hong Kong Full Grace Service Centre at Hong Kong Wetland Park.
Learning about nature!
So much to learn!
Children made souvenir badges to take home.
OCBC Wing Hang Bank volunteers and the children from The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council - Shamshuipo Family Support Networking Team got to learn about animals living at the Hong Kong Wetland Park.
Wetland Eco-tour Guide introduced the park to the visitors.
Children and the volunteers learned to protect the natural habitat.
Thank you to OCBC Wing Hang Bank volunteers.
Altruist Financial Group Limited volunteers teamed up with SAHK workshop members to make rice dumplings.
Dumplings that come with love!
We’re the best!
Volunteers from Avnet Technology Hong Kong Limited and children at EcoPark.
The colourful decorations all come from recycling garbage from the beach.
The children learned about caring for the environment.
On a cold winter morning in December 2015, volunteers from Ensign Freight Limited met up at Free Methodist Church Chuk Yuen IVY Club before the visit to the elderly home.
Young member of the volunteer team with her mother.
Volunteers brought goodie bags filled with food and love!
Happy recipient with volunteers.
What a great day! Heartfelt thanks to the volunteers from Ensign Freight Limited!
OCBC Wing Hang volunteers with the children at The Peak’s at Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong.
“I am free-falling……!”
“Save me from the shark!”
Thank you OCBC Wing Hang volunteers for a memorable day!
To support the elderly in Hong Kong, the Chest not only financially supported “Funeral Navigation Service” provided by St. James Settlement from 2005 to 2014, but also lined up volunteers to visit elderly in need. In the past two traditional festivals, volunteers from Union Finance (Hong Kong) Company Limited and Government Logistics Department Staff Recreation Club showed their care for singleton elderly during the home visits.
“We have to make you happy!” Volunteers welcomed the participants with smiling faces.
Warm-up games are so much fun!
Volunteers giving out souvenirs to the participants after the games.
Something for everyone!
Let’s take a photo!
Smiles all around!
Happiness is only real when shared!
Who created these beautiful umbrellas?
Volunteer from Avnet Technology Hong Kong Limited and a member of The Jockey Club Hong Chi Sun Chui Workshop about to paint an umbrella.
Volunteers and workshop members working together on the umbrellas.
A volunteer devoted herself entirely to her painting work.
The colourful umbrellas surely lighten up a rainy day!
With the help and guidance of Avnet Technology Hong Kong Limited volunteers, it was all smiles posing with the beautifully painted umbrellas!
Want to be a volunteer? Come and join us!
Nothing can beat the determined volunteers. Salute to the hearts of gold!
The elderly were delighted by the goodie bags of food and daily necessities.
Volunteers treasured the precious heart to heart time with the elderly.
Little “Santa” brought to the singleton elderly laughter and warmth!
Sincere gratitude to Puguangming Temple Limited’s volunteers for extending their helping hands!
Let’s start the day with a warm up game!
“Let’s go!” The group of little tourists became very excited by the itinerary.
Acting as the “One-day Chauffeurs”, volunteers from DCC Story Hong Kong Limited brought the kids on a joyride in their coolest cars!
Exploring the past Hong Kong footprints was easy and fun! By listening to the tour guides, the kids had a lively history lesson at the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence.
The little tourists were all content with the amazing tour!
Participating children DIYed their very own “Thank You” card to express their appreciation.
Ice breaking games not only helped volunteers and members know more about each other, it was also a good way to strengthen their collaboration.
Painting is great fun. It also helps express members’ inner world.
Mosaic was used in the mural painting to rebrand the workshop. Everyone was satisfied with the masterpiece!
Volunteers together with the smart kid helpers arrived at the Centre and prepared for home visit!
Let’s go! The smart and energetic volunteers all looked forward to bringing positive energy to the elderly.
The volunteers were not only “Santa” bearing gifts, they also opened the “chatterbox” with the elderly.
The attentive volunteers used acrylic paints to outline the patterns for members.
The warm and cheerful yellow and orange colours are the true reflections of the big smiles on everyone’s face.
The wall painting was finished with joy and laughter!
Volunteers and members were all ears while the tutor was demonstrating how to paint the mural.
Unity is strength! It only took them an afternoon to finish the giant mural.
Mission accomplished! The team decided to put down the brushes and held a pizza party!
Modern Terminals Limited volunteers spent a cheerful weekend with the kids from Full Grace Service Centre.
Attributed by enthusiastic volunteers and exciting games, the kids dissolved into sounds of helpless laughter.
Volunteers and kids made plastic bead keychain on this special and memorable day.
Thanks to the Modern Terminals Limited volunteers, the kids’ backpacks were filled up with gifts, joy and happy memories!
Volunteers from Leighton Contractors (Asia) Limited joined the members of Hong Chi Sun Chui Workshop to explore the fun of cooking.
“It’s time for shopping!” Everyone is excited by this short journey to the market.
The companion of patient volunteers boosted members’ confidence to shop alone in the future.
You only have to see the determination on their faces to know how serious they are about their cooking challenge.
Thanks to volunteers for giving members a great experience together with a wide variety of delicious foods.
Arranged by Christian Concern for the Homeless Association, volunteers from Hung Fook Tong Holdings Ltd offered their care and love to street sleepers by delivering warm soup.
The volunteers visited a lot of locations to deliver heart-warming soup to physically disabled street sleepers.
Volunteerism has no age limit. All you need is a caring heart.
A group of enthusiastic volunteers from Puguangming Temple Limited visited a number of singleton elderly and senior couple families.
Due to their health condition, many elderly chose to reduce their social life and live an isolated life at home. The arrival of volunteers helped these elderly feel care and support from the community.
Volunteers from Chief Holdings (H.K.) Limited visited Sai Cho Wan Lutheran Centre for the Elderly and enjoyed a great time with the elderly.
The thoughtful volunteers taught elderly a simple and relaxing hand exercise.
The thoughtful volunteers taught elderly a simple and relaxing hand exercise.
Volunteers from Hong Kong Cyclotron Laboratories Limited teamed up with parent-and-child volunteers from H.K.S.K.H. Shatin Children and Youth Integrated Service Centre and held a fun-filled party for singleton elderly in the district.
The elderly were cheered up by the innocent smiling faces of participating children.
A group of enthusiastic volunteers from Café de Coral Holdings Limited brought joy into Caritas Integrated Home Care Services (Shamshuipo II) and the elderly’s home.
Volunteers listened attentively to the presentation on the elderly’s living conditions in Shamshuipo.
The elderly were pleased by the lucky pack presented by volunteers.
Ocean Park Corporation Volunteer Team stepped out of the park and brought laughter and care to the elderly at Caritas Cheng Shing Fung District Elderly Centre (Shamshuipo).
The smart and energetic volunteers were looking forward to bring laughter to the elderly.
Apart from sending daily necessities and food to the elderly, the volunteers found that a good conversation was the best way to show their care.
Volunteers from Program Contractors Limited visited seniors’ home and delivered happiness and warmth to the beneficiaries of Christian Family Service Centre.
The seniors welcomed the volunteers into their homes with open arms.
Wing Hang Bank volunteers’ mission: Have a great day-out on the Peak with children from Hong Kong Family Welfare Society Kwai Chung (South) Integrated Family Service Centre!
Volunteers and children visited Madame Tussauds and took photos with President Xi.
Only laughters were heard when kid zombies met kidult zombies.
The well-trained team packed the souvenirs in the blink of an eye.
Volunteers from Winsmart International Shipping Limited joined the home visit service organised by St. James’ Settlement, visited the home of elderly and introduced the Funeral Navigation Service to them.
Volunteers from Chief Holdings (H.K.) Limited visited two centers of Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service and brought lots of exciting games to nearly 50 kids.
The carefully designed games tested children’s team spirit and their creativity in reusing and recycling.
Some of the dedicated volunteers from Chief Holdings (H.K.) Limited participated into both visits.
Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) volunteers accompanied kids from Caritas Jockey Club Integrated Service for Young People – Lei Muk Shui joined Art Jamming.
Kids’ eyes shined at the colourful paints on the table and dived into the activity.
The paint brush facilitated their communication.
Volunteers from Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) coloured a bright day for all!
Volunteers from Tanrich Financial Holdings Limited and the kids from H.K.S.K.H. Kowloon City Children and Youth Integrated Service Centre experienced the fun of organic farming at the Urban Farm.
Volunteers and the kids collaborated so well with each other.
“Don’t know how to start with? Let me show you.”
Although planting was a hard work, everyone put a great smile on their faces and had enjoyed a lot of fun from farming. Thanks volunteer for enjoying a green weekend with us!
Kidults from Leighton Contractors (Asia) Limited brought a series of interactive and interesting learning activities at the English Fun Day for children from HKEC Yan Lam Community Service Centre. Both volunteer tutors and their students enjoyed the event intensely and had formed close bonding with each other.
Each game was designed with care, love and a passion for education.
Volunteers accompanied the children to shopping and practised English in supermarket. Children learned a lot of practical English vocabularies.
No tips required. The proud and smart young shoppers read aloud of their purchases.
Volunteers were deeply moved by the innocent smiling faces.
You only have to see their facial expression to know how much fun they enjoyed!
Volunteers from Melco Group joined the “Wetland Insect Watch” Eco Tour with children from Chuk Yuen Centre of Hans Andersen Club. After the professional tour guide’s lively introduction about the wetland, the kids couldn’t wait to start their exploration.
Melco Volunteers and the kids toured around the wetland, fish pond and protected sites to take a close study of exotic creatures.
Everyone enjoyed the wetland trip despite that there were no video games, air-conditioning or cold drinks.
Melco Volunteers and the kids looked forward to the next enjoyable eco-trip together!
Bank of China (Hong Kong) has always been supportive of their employees in participating voluntary services. Through the Chest, BOCHK invited the social worker and trainees from The Jockey Club Hong Chi Sun Chui Workshop to share with their staff on how to carry out efficient and effective communication with the intellectual disabled.
The sharing session kicked off with a mini competition between BOCHK staff and Hong Chi trainee. All audiences were amazed by the performance of the highly concentrated trainee!
The Hong Chi trainee shared his daily life at Sun Chui Workshop.
At the end of this happy gathering, trainees presented DIY lucky messages to the attending BOCHK staff.
Volunteers from Ensign Freight Limited gathered at Kwun Tong Methodist Social Service - Elderly Concern Centre to visit the elderly in the district and made door-to-door delivery of daily necessities.
Ensign Freight Limited generously sponsored all these goodies such as cooking oil and rice.
The determined volunteers refused to be deterred by the steep slope.
Besides souvenir delivery, volunteers also encouraged the elderly to join the happy community network by participating in the upcoming events of the Elderly Concern Centre.
Volunteers from Puguangming Temple Limited visited Shek Kip Mei Lutheran Centre for the Blind and held a birthday party for the visually impaired. Before the party, social worker from the Centre demonstrated how to communicate effectively with the visually impaired.
Participants filled the party with laughter when they shared interesting stories about their lives. Good communication takes heart.
Volunteers and the visually impaired formed teams to play this game. Tipped off by volunteers, the visually impaired took a guess challenge utilizing their senses of smell and touch. Volunteers were amazed and impressed by their partner's strong ability!
The games brought all participants closer together.
Birthday boys and girls cut cake in a chorus of birthday songs.
Volunteers and the visually impaired spent a wonderful afternoon.