Caritas Hong Kong (CHK) was founded in 1953 by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong to offer relief and rehabilitation services to the poor and the distressed. It has continuously developed and modified its work in response to the changing needs of Hong Kong.
Caritas Hong Kong operates 6 clinics and 2 private hospitals, providing quality healthcare at reasonable prices. It supports young girls who are pregnant, families in crisis and in debt, addicted gamblers, survivors of sexual abuse and children with learning difficulties.
Caritas Hong Kong’s educational services are committed to serving the disadvantaged and vulnerable through caring and quality education. The agency also is in the process of setting up a Catholic University in Hong Kong.
Caritas Hong Kong Mainland Services provide humanitarian assistance to poor villages delivers emergency aid for victims of natural disasters and redevelops large community centres.