Corporate Partner

CLSA are supporting the Programme through the CLSA Chairman's Trust. In addition to financial assistance, a large number of CLSA staff have been involved in the implementation of the Programme and contribute significantly to overall strategic planning and curriculum design, partner selection and content, media engagement and PR. CLSA staff also run presentation skills and career planning workshops for our Big Brothers & Sisters and TEENs

Training Partners

For the past six years, we partnered with Po Leung Kuk, Anchor House and Nature’s Embrace—all organisations that are experienced in providing education services and leadership training for youth and schools.

This year, we partnered with Potential Engine, a group of specialists with expertise in education and counseling that have been providing educational services and training to youth over 15 years,  and aim at helping individuals achieve whole-person development and realise their potential.

Collaborating Partners

The Equal Opportunities CommissionThe Family Planning Association of Hong Kong, and The HeartTouch Charity Foundation are some of our key collaborating organisations providing site visits and workshops for Programme participants.

Other NGOs including Anti-480Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association, and Teen's Key, are our partners for the outreach community projects and workshops which form a critical part of the Programme. Some partners also help with recruitment of Programme participants.

Government Support

We are very grateful to the Hong Kong Government for according the Programme with matching funds from the Social Welfare Department's Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged from 2012 to 2014 and 2016 to 2018.

Scholarships Sponsor

The Children's Museum Hong Kong has been sponsoring scholarships for Youth Global Leaders Tsinghua Summer Programme organised by ActiveKids HK for 4 consecutive years. 

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