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The Impact of Our Work

Since establishment, the “Digital Solidarity Fund” underwent seven grant cycles. The Fund had granted HKD 12M to support 71 digital inclusion projects and benefitted over 210,000 people in Hong Kong.

Community Projects supported by DSF
Year Grantees Project Name Beneficiaries Granted Amount Stories
2005 Caritas Hong Kong – Services for the Elderly (Yuen Long District) Digital Fun, Elderly Share Project Elderly HK$ 185,000 Mr. YIP Pang-wai Mr. SO Kam-wu
2005 Mong Kok Kai Fong Association Ltd - Chan Hing Social Service Centre Digital Community Inclusion Project Low income family HK$ 148,678
2005 Cyber Senior Network Development Association Ltd E-Angel On-line Partnership Program Youth & Elderly HK$ 92,000
2005 CTU Education Foundation Ltd “Happy Net People” Tin Shui Wai Digital Inclusion Program for the Community Low income family HK$ 157,590
2005 ELCHK, Shatin Rotary Club Community Information Technology College ELC Mobile ICT Classroom Elderly & people going to retail HK$ 197,275
2005 Tung Wah Group of Hospitals - Yu Mak Yuen Integrated Services Centre Digital Unlimited Low income family HK$ 160,110
2006 Hans Anderson Club Digital Inclusion Program for the Community Tai O Community HK$ 168,810
2006 The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation E-network Classes for Patient Self-help Groups People with disability and/or chronic health conditions HK$ 164,945
2006 CTU Education Foundation Ltd Unlimited Digital Life- Tin Shui Wai Digital Inclusion Program for the Community Tin Shui Wai Community HK$ 174,535
2006 The Tsung Tsin Mission of Hong Kong Social Service Company Ltd “Computer Power”Inclusion Program Low income family & Youth HK$ 112,613
2006 The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups - Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung Outreaching Social Work Team “Listen and talk” Digital Inclusion Program for the Youth at-Risk Youth at-Risk HK$ 155,350
2006 Heep Hong Society Bridging the Digital Gap of Disabled Children and their Parents Children with special needs and their parents. HK$ 181,530
2006 Hong Kong YWCA Elderly Computer Learning Centre Elderly HK$ 176,950
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