K&K Charity is a charitable foundation established by K&K Property in 2015 to support youth welfare, education and the underprivileged. The foundation offers opportunities to talented youngsters for eye-broadening education and training, and funds the underprivileged to acquire new knowledge and skills for the fast-changing world.

For the society’s well-being, apart from providing scholarship and donation to support youth welfare and education, engaging K&K Property staff to participate in charity and fund-raising events, the Foundation is also eager to work with government or non-profit organizations, we welcome any proposal and suggestions of collaboration, in order to make effort on crafting a better future for our next generation. Simply ‘Submit a proposal’ to share your thoughts! 

 

 

 

Mr Kino Law

Mr Kino Law

Chairman

In K&K charity, we believe in empowering the youth through education. Our team always look into different angles to deliver an impactful learning experience to the youth that can facilitate their growth in their life journey.We come from a business background but we believe in giving back to the society while we take from it. There are always ups and downs in life and we hope to show care to those who are at difficult moments.

K&K Charity shares a value of 1+1>2 and believes by gathering the resources with our friends and partners and put it into good use, the value we created together will be greater than 2.

To us, the opportunity to give is a blessing. 

Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
 
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service
 
Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service – Hong Kong
Windshield Charitable Foundation
 
The D.H. Chen Foundation
Outward Bound Hong Kong
 
Run our city
Road Show
 
Swire Coca-Cola HK Ltd.
Healthworks (Herbal Tea) Co., Ltd.
 
Red MR
Gallant Sport Supplies Ltd
 
The Salvation Army
柏雨長者鄰舍中心
 
Devil Fitness
The Ring Thai Kickboxing Studio
 
Elite Thai Boxing and Fitness
Social Ventures Hong Kong
 
Hong Kong Institute of Rope Skipping
 
 
The WIND Program 2018 - Thai Boxing Training
The WIND Program 2018 Thai Boxing Training was kickstarted from February 2018. Over 180 teenagers will be recruited for the new phase of the scheme. This year, the first coaching assistant training class was initiated and the trainings also expands to primary and secondary schools in various districts of Hong Kong. The scheme aims to reduce negative labeling towards Thai Boxing through community education and promotion of Thai Boxing as a positive sports training in schools.
 
K&K Charity x ROC Streetathon 2018
K&K Charity supported RunOurCity Foundation Limited to organize the 2018 RunOurCity’s HONG KONG STREETATHON@kowloon on 25 February 2018. 70 K&K Staff, friends, partners and the WIND’s family participated in 10km and half-marathon races. With passion and energy, all of them successfully completed the challenges and have lots of fun on that day.
 
 
 
The WIND Program 2017 – Thai Boxing Training
Starting from February 2016, K&K Charity, together with K&K Property, have been working closely with the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Group (HKFYG), to organize a Thai Boxing Training Program for teenagers. The program aim is to assist teenagers to rebuild their self-confidence, and to enhance their problem-solving and communication skills through the stringent fitness and Thai Boxing skills training. The program also invites staff and VIP guests of K&K Property to be buddies of the teenagers, in order to create a supporting circle, helping the teenagers to build a positive value.
 
The WIND Program 2017 – Road Bike Training
K&K Charity collaborated with The Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service – Hong Kong in 2017 and introduced Road Bike training to The WIND Program. The pilot project recruited around 20 youths to participate in the 3-phase road bike training. Apart from the physical and technique training, a visit for local road bike development and a 3-days Shenzhen Road Bike Tour are included to bring challenges and new insights for youths to unleash their potentials.
 
Dare to Dream 2017 – YouMaker Experiential Learning Program
‘YouMaker Experiential Learning Program’ is one of the 'Dare to Dream' selected projects, which helps SEN students to enhance social skills, team spirit, communication skills, planning and execution skills. ‘YouMaker Experiential Learning Program’ selected 4 secondary schools and provided HKD$20,000 as the seed money for operation of lunar new year fair in Victoria Park. The profit will be shared and used for achieving youths’ dreams. The project includes school tour, business workshop and business operation experiences etc. to helps youths to identify their strengthens and understand the skills and attitude required in the real world. These trainings will enhance their self-confidence, creativity and personal ability, so as to unleash their potentials.
 
 

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