Our Impact
We improve lives in Hong Kong by enabling sustainable change to systemic social issues. Our tools are significant long-term funding and world-class expertise in rapid organisational scale-ups.

Our role in social development
We identify the most promising growth-stage social purpose organisations (SPOs) in Hong Kong to help them achieve the scale they will need to deliver sustainable social impact over the long term.


Our impact on society
Our work triggers a virtuous cycle of sustainable impact.


Clean Air Network
Clean Air Network is an independent NGO that educates the Hong Kong public on the impact of air pollution. It is the city’s principal voice and network working to enable positive change in air quality policies.

Blue Sky
Blue Sky Energy Technology makes it easy for users to understand their energy use and hence save on energy and utility bill.

RunOurCity Youth.ROC
RunOurCity is a Hong Kong-registered charity that aims to positively impact the lives of young people through the power of running.

Lizzie Bee Foundation
Lizzie Bee Foundation is a Hong Kong registered Charity. It develops and delivers art workshops in which it brings art, artists, and communities together.

Teach4HK is a non-profit organisation that enlists outstanding university graduates with diversified talents to serve in schools with underprivileged students through a teaching Fellowship Program.

RunOurCity Youth.ONE
RunOurCity’s Youth.ONE is a comprehensive multi-year youth development program aimed to equip secondary school children from low socio-economic backgrounds.

Rooftop Republic
Rooftop Republic provides end-to-end services to convert often idling building spaces into urban farms, and deliver a farming-as-a-service impact business model.

Contented Living
Contented Living is a co-living accommodation provider serving nonlocal university students and young professionals who face budget concerns in the high residential rental cost in Hong Kong.

OnMyGrad aims to establish a universal channel for tertiary education students from all different backgrounds and eliminate the information gap brought by socio-economic inequality in their “School-to-work” transition.