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NGO Directors’ Luncheon cum Sharing Session with Assistant Director of Social Welfare Department

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The series of NGO Directors’ Luncheon cum Sharing Session with Assistant Director of Social Welfare Department consisted of four different events focusing on elderly, youth and corrections, rehabilitation and medical social services, as well as family and child welfare services. The first event on elderly services was held on 5 October 2018. Below are some selected photos of the event. You may want to check out the full collection of photos here.

The luncheon series is sponsored by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Charitable Fund.

Mr Kennedy Liu, Vice-Chairperson, HKCSS, welcomed guests and speakers. He encouraged exchange from NGO representatives.

 

Mr Kennedy Liu, Vice-Chairperson, HKCSS, welcomed guests and speakers. He encouraged exchange from NGO representatives.

 

   

Mr Tan Tick Yee, Assistant Director (Elderly), Social Welfare Department, said that he would take the luncheon cum sharing session as an opportunity to get to know agency representatives and facilitate communication.

 

Mr Tan Tick Yee, Assistant Director (Elderly), Social Welfare Department, said that he would take the luncheon cum sharing session as an opportunity to get to know agency representatives and facilitate communication.

 

 

 

Mr Johnson Kong, Vice President, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, stated that the Institute was determined to provide professional advice and support to NGOs on financial governance.

 

Mr Johnson Kong, Vice President, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, stated that the Institute was determined to provide professional advice and support to NGOs on financial governance.

 

 

 

Group photo (from left): -	Mr Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive, HKCSS -	Mrs Winnie Wong, Director, The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf -	Ms May Wong, Fourth Vice President, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association -	Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association -	Mr Tan Tick Yee, Assistant Director (Elderly), Social Welfare Department -	Mr Kennedy Liu, Vice-Chairperson, HKCSS -	Mr Johnson Kong, Vice President, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 

Group photo (from left):

  • Mr Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive, HKCSS
  • Mrs Winnie Wong, Director, The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf
  • Ms May Wong, Fourth Vice President, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association
  • Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association
  • Mr Tan Tick Yee, Assistant Director (Elderly), Social Welfare Department
  • Mr Kennedy Liu, Vice-Chairperson, HKCSS
  • Mr Johnson Kong, Vice President, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
     

 

 

 

The Directors’ Dialogue session was themed “Insights of Governance Practices in Australia”. Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association, shared his learning from the Better Boards Conference.

 

The Directors’ Dialogue session was themed “Insights of Governance Practices in Australia”. Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association, shared his learning from the Better Boards Conference.

 

 

 

Mrs Winnie Wong, Director, The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf, shared her experience in developing strategies based on service users’ needs.

 

Mrs Winnie Wong, Director, The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf, shared her experience in developing strategies based on service users’ needs.

 

 

 

Ms May Wong, Fourth Vice President, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association, illustrated the correlation of “purposeful” and “processful” resulting in different levels of governance.

 

Ms May Wong, Fourth Vice President, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association, illustrated the correlation of “purposeful” and “processful” resulting in different levels of governance.

 

 

 

Board members and senior management staff from various agencies enjoyed the Directors’ Dialogue session.

 

Board members and senior management staff from various agencies enjoyed the Directors’ Dialogue session.

     
Mr Tan Tick-yee, Assistant Director (Elderly) of Social Welfare Department, shared the updates of elderly service development.   During the Sharing Session, Mr Tan Tick-yee, Assistant Director (Elderly) of Social Welfare Department, shared the updates of elderly service development.
     
Ms Leung Hoi-yan, Emily, Chief Officer (Elderly Service) of Service Development in the Council, illustrated the Council’s recently concerned elderly issues and carer support are of high priority. Emily advocated “Carer Day” to SWD in order to raise public awareness.   Ms Leung Hoi-yan, Emily, Chief Officer (Elderly Service) of Service Development in the Council, illustrated the Council’s recently concerned elderly issues and carer support are of high priority. Emily advocated “Carer Day” to SWD in order to raise public awareness.
     
Participants shared the focal services of their organizations and their views on elderly service.   Participants shared the focal services of their organizations and their views on elderly service.
     
Participants shared the focal services of their organizations and their views on elderly service.   Participants shared the focal services of their organizations and their views on elderly service.
     
Mr Chua Hoi-wai, Chief Executive of the Council, summed up for the sharing session and invited the Assistant Director of SWD to consider the services of self-financed organizations as references for the future service policies planning.   Mr Chua Hoi-wai, Chief Executive of the Council, summed up for the sharing session and invited the Assistant Director of SWD to consider the services of self-financed organizations as references for the future service policies planning.