Social Participation

Women are part of the society, have the right and ability to participate in the public affairs to promote the social change. We believe women have their role to make the contribution in the society. At the same time, women could voice out their opinions to affect social development. We encourage and support women’s active participation in social life in order to reflect and promote gender equality.


Cherish Food

Uneven distribution of resources and waste are a leading cause of poverty. We launched the Cherish Food programme in November 2011 with a core belief that women are able to become a strong force for...


GO Volunteer Tai Po

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Know it and Do it! A Project to Promote Sustainable Lifestyle by Women

Modern lifestyle has overburdened the Earth and caused a series of environmental problems. Our existing consumption patterns have led to excessive exploitation of natural resources and threatened...


Neighbour Support Community Networking Project

Thanks to the funding support from the Sham Shui Po District Council, the HKFWC has worked with the Social Welfare Department Sham Shui Po District Social Welfare Office and five social welfare...


Standby Me: Single Mother Series

Divorcees in Hong Kong often are faced with difficult situations on their own and feel powerless as they fight for alimony, discuss vitations, or deal with the divorce proceedings. We've partnered...


ExCEL3: When She Shines

Every woman has a spark of imagination inside her. The key is giving her ample freedom to visualise and dream so that spark can shine and brighten her life.


"Upcycling Tai Po" Project

Upcycling Tai Po Project, which connected women with business circles, was HKFWC's first cross-sectoral collaboration with the Business Environment Council. Supported by the Sustainable Development...


Performing Arts Marathon@Sham Shui Po

Our drama troupe appears at the second Performing Arts Marathon @ Sham Shui Po at the invitation of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Using “forum theatre”, the troupe makes their voices...