Doing Our Part For The City

The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel works with a number of non-profit organization in establishing philanthropic goals as well as social well-being for our great city.

Below is a list of charities which has been very active in Hong Kong, helping various communities by volunteers and donations. Find out more and take part in changing the world.
  • We Grow Our Own
    The best way to keep the ingredients natural and fresh, is to grow them ourselves! From rosemary to basil, tomatoes to edible flowers, our garden on the roof helps keep every little thing that goes on our dish as clean and as environmental as possible!
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  • PLAYT on Us
    "PLAYT on Us" supports non-governmental organizations with a monthly lunch buffet treat to benefit persons with special needs, the elderly and orphans together with their carers.

    Beneficiary: Fu Hong Society, St. James' Settlement, Hong Kong Association of the Deaf - HKAD, Heep Hong Society
  • Waste Not, Hunger Not
    Food Angel is a food rescue and food assistance program launched in 2011 by Bo Charity Foundation with the mission of "WASTE NOT, HUNGER NOT." The program rescues edible surplus food from different sectors of the food industry that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. Following strict safety protocols, the rescued food items will then be prepared as nutritious hot meals in our central kitchen and be redistributed to serve the underprivileged communities in Hong Kong.
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  • Bringing the World Together to Fight Blindness
    We believe in a world where no one is needlessly blind or visually impaired. With your support we can help build the skills and resources needed to deliver quality eye care across the world and ensure no one loses their sight simply because of where they were born.
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  • Wisdom in Action
    Founded in 1998, the Chi Heng Foundation is a charity registered and based in Hong Kong with offices in Henan, Anhui, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. It is a non-government organization whose programs are funded by private donors, business, and partner NGOs.

    “Chi Heng” means “wisdom in action”, and at CHF we believe we must use our knowledge to help people in need. With this in mind, CHF moves from village to village throughout Central China offering help to all children affected by AIDS, thereby ensuring that no child is excluded and each child’s needs are fully understood.
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  • Soap. It's THAT Important
    Soap Cycling is Asia's largest and oldest soap recycling NGO. Founded in 2012 by HKU undergrad students, last year they collected, processed, and distributed 24,000 kgs of live-saving soap to underprivileged communities in Asia. Join us to volunteer.
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  • Fu Hong Society
    Fu Hong Society have started providing rehabilitation services since 1977 and have strived to make innovative efforts in meeting the needs of people with disabilities, enabling them to develop their abilities and to be fully integrated with the community.