What We Do

Asian Charity Services (ACS) offers customized philanthropic services to enable foundations and corporates to engage and impact NGOs in a meaningful and innovative way. We provide training and support for capacity-building, and help bridge the gap between funders and non profits.

Our Beliefs

Compassion

Caring for our community is at the heart of everything we do, and why we are passionate about serving those who serve.

Connection

We connect NGOs with resources such as skilled volunteers, subject matters experts and grant-makers, enabling them to be more effective, efficient and sustainable.

Community

We strive to make a positive impact on the non profit sector, thereby making Hong Kong a better community for everyone. We are deeply grateful for our ACS community of NGOs, volunteers and resource partners.

Our Programs

Since 2007, ACS has provided professional development, training and consulting services to over 700 NGOs-based on a foundation of over 1200 skills-based volunteers and subject matter experts. We help NGOs transform themselves and improve their operations through our four main programs.

JC Engage Digital Marketing

Explore the art of digital storytelling, empowering NGO’s to connect more deeply with stakeholders.

ACS Sprint Hackathon

SPRINT is our hackathon for social good. Innovate and improve NGO programs or fundraising pitches.

ACS Ignite Seminar

IGNITE seminars offer peer-to-peer learning and collaboration on cutting edge topics.

ASCEND workshops will help you develop in-depth strategies and plans via critical analysis, research and 1-to-1 consulting.

Our Impact

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An Interview with ACS Volunteer Jamie Zhan

Jamie is an assistant vice president in Corporate Citizenship team in Credit Suisse. Her day-to-day job is to assist all efforts in relation to grant-making as well as to create opportunities for employees to give back to the society. Previously, she was a project coordinator at Good Lab where she organized and facilitated trainings/workshops for civil servants, NGO professionals and social start-up entrepreneurs. Jamie is a weekend farmer (guqin 古琴) and mindfulness enthusiast.

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