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Financial Support for Training Activities for the Sector

1. Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme

2. Social Work Training Fund (Type III Activities) Partial Sponsorship

3. The TUYF Charitable Trust

4. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Chicago Booth Executive Education Scholarship

5. InnoPower@JC-Fellowship for Teachers and Social Workers

6. HKUST Business School EMBA NGO Scholarship

7. Harvard Business School Scholarships - HBSAHK Ming Wai Lau Scholarship

 

1. Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme

"Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme" is now launched!

"NGO Capacity Development Fund", established by Hip Shing Hong (Holdings) Company Limited, is finished in 2018 Q3. It has subsidized over 100 small NGOs for training courses since September 2015. HKCSS sincerely thank Hip Shing Hong for sponsorship and support!

In order to continually support the capacity building of small NGOs, "Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme" is now officially launched. Management courses, professional enhancement courses, forums and seminars (not more than 2 days) held by HKCSS Institute are applicable, a maximum of 5 quota (for management short courses & professional enhancement courses, except co-organized courses) or 15% of total quota will be given to subsidy applicants, unless otherwise stated. It is now open for application!

Eligibility:
Applicants must be a paid staff or board member of:

  1. an Agency Member of HKCSS
  2. its annual recurrent expenditures is <HK$10M, and
  3. which is not eligible for the Social Welfare Development Fund.

(Please refer to the Eligible Organization List)


Download the Application Form and Guidelines

Application Deadline:
3 weeks before the course date (exceptional deadline maybe stated in specific trainings)
 

Enquiry: HKCSS Institute  (Tel: 2876 2470 or email to institute@hkcss.org.hk)

 

2. Social Work Training Fund (Type III Activities) Partial Sponsorship

To facilitate the improvement of social work knowledge and management skills of social workers, organizations may apply for grants from the Social Work Training Fund (SWTF) to sponsor their social work employees for attending relevant courses organzied by HKCSS Institute.

For details, please visit the website of the Social Welfare Department or call 2575-4321 (ext.039).

3. The TUYF Charitable Trust

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The purpose of the Scholarship and the Grant is to nurture future leaders and enhance governance of welfare NGOs. The Scholarship supports individuals who wish to pursue a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree in Non-Government Organization (“NGO”) governance or related areas, whereas the Grant supports individuals who wish to undertake a short course relating to NGO governance or related area overseas.

Scholarship for NGO governance [Application Form]

Grant for NGO governance [Application Form]

Application Deadlines

For enquiries, please contact HSBC Trustee (Hong Kong) Limited by email at yvonne.y.m.chung@hsbcpb.com or The Hong Kong Council of Social Service by email at institute@hkcss.org.hk.

TUYF Charitable Trust Introduction & Sharing Session
(Only On-line application will be accepted)

Date : 15 August 2019 (Thursday)
Time : 1530 - 1700
Venue: Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Content:

Guest Speakers

Sharing Topic

Completed Programme

鄧緯榮先生
義遊行政總監

史丹福想的和你不一樣

Executive Programme in Social Entrepreneurship,
Stanford Graduate School of Business (USA)

何婉慧女士
香港華人基督教聯會廣蔭頣養院院長

題目待定

Executive Programme for Non-Profit Leaders,
Stanford Graduate School of Business (USA)

4. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Chicago Booth Executive Education Scholarship

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust proudly awards scholarships to local social sector executives who seek to enhance their leadership skills. In an effort to build capacity of local NGO and social enterprise leaders, the Trust provides scholarships to Executive Education programs at the Chicago Booth Hong Kong Campus.

   

Please visit the website of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship for details.

  

For further questions/details, please contact

University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Francis Hon)

Tel: 25339566
Email: HKJCPSI@chicagobooth.edu

5. InnoPower@JC-Fellowship for Teachers and Social Workers

“Fellowship for Teachers and Social Workers” is a four-year project that aims to build innovative capacity of teachers and social workers in Hong Kong. Teachers and social workers, holding strong influence to our next generation and the well-being of our community, are the key to creating a better society.

“Fellowship for Teachers and Social Workers” is supported by the Education Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

 

Please visit “Fellowship for Teachers and Social Workers”for details.

 

For further questions/details, please send email to info@jcinnopower.hk.

6. HKUST Business School EMBA NGO Scholarship

香港科大商學院多次蟬聯亞洲第一,全球二十強,獲公認為亞洲最具活力和最受推崇的商學院。而香港科大EMBA|中英雙語課程專為亞洲及大中華地區的行政人員及企業家而設,課程致力為學員提供商業教育新基準,將世界最前沿的管理知識及中國管理實踐經驗相結合,讓學員在瞬息萬變的環球營商環境中建立新視野,開啟新思維。參與EMBA學習,可讓來自NGO的學員接觸頂尖的管理知識及實踐經驗,讓NGO在管理及創新上有所提升。


非政府組織 (NGO) 在大中華區扮演的角色日益重要,為回應社會需求,科大EMBA中英雙語課程為NGO管理人提供一名全額學費獎學金。獎學金申請人需來自有一定社會影響力的非政府組織NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)、非盈利機構NPO (Non-Profit Organization)、社會企業 (Social Enterprise) 等。歡迎申請,與大中華區精英經歷為期16個月的EMBA學習旅程。

 

Please visit HKUST Business School for details.

For further questions/details, please send email to embaenquiry@ust.hk or call at 23585790.

7. Harvard Business School Scholarships - HBSAHK Ming Wai Lau Scholarship

Since 2001, the Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong has been offering scholarships to Hong Kong’s NGO leaders to attend an executive education program “Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management” (SPNM) at the Harvard Business School every summer.


By training and empowering those who manage social and charitable organizations, and by making them more effective and efficient in the delivery of their services, it is intended that these scholarships have a multiple and leveraged impact on the well-being of the most needy in Hong Kong.

Please visit Harvard Business School for details.

For further questions/details, please send email to Ms. Karin Cheung via Secretariat@hbsahk.org.

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