Founded in 2014, the Make a Difference Foundation provides emergency assistance to refugees, those in poverty without access to education and victims of domestic violence.
A charitable fund to promote racial diversity, understanding and harmony.
Provides support for ethnic minority families and refugees through cultural exchange and mentorship programs.
Long term developmental assistance fund started in 2016.
Current projects include the funding of 47 schools in Africa, South America and China, and providing domestic violence victims with shelters and basic necessities.
Founded in 2014, Make a Difference has expanded to various schools, and is focused in giving a voice to those who face social injustice.
The Difference Foundation was founded in 2014, a year where social conflicts in Hong Kong were starting to cause cracks in our society. Many in my city are living in a vicious cycle of poverty that is increasingly hard to get out of. As a student studying in Hong Kong’s best international school, I was acutely aware that we were in a unique and privileged position to create change in society. Change that not only benefits the elite group of society, but rather, change that is inclusive for everyone.
Make a Difference soon expanded to cover multiple schools globally. With a focus on issues like sustainability and environmental protection to child welfare and inequality, we are grateful to be able to play our part in making our world a better place. In late 2016, we once again expanded with the formation of a new charitable foundation (Change for Chance), which specifically serves children and single families, providing them with the free, high-quality education needed to thrive.
We’re also proud to be one of the few charities that have no administrative cost overheads. All of our employees are non-salaried volunteers, and we rely on generous in-kind donations to keep costs low. The end result? Less costs. Bigger impact. Greater Good.
Please explore our cause, and if it resonates with you, consider donating a few bucks. A couple of dollars here and there can really make a difference. The children needs you, how can we bare to ignore their pleas for help?