Support from funders and partners enables us to fulfill our mission, which is to engage society and influence public policy through independent research, dialogue and the development of practical solutions. We neither seek nor accept financial support that would undermine our mission.
As an independent, non-partisan think tank, we enter into contractual relationships only if they are aligned with our mission and programme objectives. We are transparent on the sources of our funding, how we spend it, and whom we engage in our work. We are proud of the diverse support we receive and report regularly on the sources of our funding. A summary list of our current funders and partners is included in our 2016/17 Annual Report and a detailed account of our funding sources can be found in our Audited Financial Statements. Our major funders include:
- ADM Capital Foundation
- AIA Hong Kong
- The Central Policy Unit, the HKSAR Government
- CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd
- ExxonMobil Hong Kong Ltd
- Morgan Stanley Asia International Ltd
- MTR Corporation Ltd
- The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
- The Hong Kong and China Gas Co Ltd
- Hongkong Land
- PricewaterhouseCoopers Foundation
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund
- River Star Foundation
- Swire Properties Ltd
- WYNG Foundations (HK)
We are particularly thankful to our major donors for 2017/18: WYNG Foundation (HK), Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.
Civic Exchange is deeply grateful for the support we have received from our funders and partners over the years to produce impactful research and policy recommendations. This support has enabled us to provide independent analysis on matters of public importance and play a role in recommending solutions for complex problems.
With your support, we will continue to focus our efforts on improving Hong Kong’s liveability and sustainability.
If you want to see more independent policy recommendations, support Civic Exchange by making a donation. We aim to help build a better Hong Kong through evidence-based research, engagement with key stakeholders on policymaking, and nurturing public-policy research capability.
With the generous support of donors, Civic Exchange has succeeded in accomplishing its mission over the years, catalyzing policy change and raising awareness on important environmental, urban planning, and other development issues. We conduct research with an independent and transparent framework and have a network of quality researchers with both local and international expertise. We hope to work with donors to achieve our vision of building a liveable and sustainable Hong Kong.
You may wish to provide the following kinds of donations (or a combination of both):
This helps support our organization’s operations. An unrestricted donation below HK$ 50,000 can be made online, by cheque, or direct bank transfer (see payment instructions below). If you would like to make a bigger donation, contribute to our “fund-a-researcher” scheme, or provide other in-kind donations such as free event venues, pro-bono IT , accounting, or event support, please fill in the this form or email us at [email protected] for a detailed discussion.
We have a wide range of research and engagement projects spanning nine themes: air quality, biodiversity, climate change, green finance, mobility & transport, walkability & urban, waste, water, and wellbeing & social. If you would like to fund our research programme or specific research themes or projects, please fill in this form or email us at [email protected] We also welcome in-kind donations such as free venues for our project events.
Civic Exchange is a registered charity in Hong Kong. Donations of HK$100 or above are tax deductible.
Donation by Cheque / Bank Transfer
Please send cheques payable to “Civic Exchange” to our office at 23/F, Chun Wo Commercial Centre, 23-29 Wing Wo Street, Central, Hong Kong. To receive a receipt, please send us your name and contact information. You can also call (852) 3622 2301/(852) 2893 0213 to arrange for direct bank transfer.
Please use the attached form to donate amount of up to HK$50,000. We acknowledge the generous support of all donors in our Annual Report.