Donate to make a difference.
Your support makes it possible for ethnic minorities of Hong Kong to attain racial equality, enjoy rights and equitable education opportunities, and contribute to the local community.
Hong Kong Unison has been promoting racial equality and equitable opportunities in education, implementing youth development programmes, and providing support to grassroots ethnic minorities. We are not subvented by the government. We depend on the funding support of individual donors, corporate and family foundations. Without your generous support, we will not be able to deliver our services and programmes bringing positive impacts on the lives and well-being of the ethnic minorities of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Unison (IRD 91/7763) is a charitable organisation registered with the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance.
For each donation of HK$100 or above, Hong Kong Unison will issue an official receipt for tax exemption purpose. The official receipt for a one-off donation will be issued within a month while the annual official receipt of monthly donation will be issued in April.
For any enquiries about donation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 2789 3246.
Your donation is fundamental for Hong Kong Unison to continue to serve the ethnic minorities of Hong Kong and allows many ethnic minority youths to shine in their lives.
Please make check payable to "Hong Kong Unison Limited".
Donate to Hong Kong Unison using PayPal or credit card - please see below.
Donate to Hong Kong Unison with FPS ID 9271115.
Donate to Hong Kong Unison with PayMe QR code:
Please send the donation form/ deposit slip / cheque / direct debit authorisation form to Hong Kong Unison by
(1) Email: email@example.com
(2) Fax: 2789 1767 or
(3) Post: Unit 1303, 1 Elm Street, Tai Kok Tsui Kowloon.
Become a monthly donor
Support Hong Kong Unison to become more sustainable by being a monthly donor.
One-off donation via Paypal
Your donations and support is the fundamental strength for Unison to continue to serve the ethnic minorities in Hong Kong and allows many young ethnic minorities to shine in their life.