Free 1-to-1 Counselling for Adults
Available in English, Hindi, Urdu and Nepali for Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong (18 years or above).
Diversity List 2024
Join a list of high-calibre, qualified and capable ethnic minorities committed to serve the Hong Kong SAR Government.
of Hong Kong's population are ethnic minorities
of South Asians in
Hong Kong live under
the poverty line
of ethnic minority children live in poverty in Hong Kong
Our mission is to improve the lives of Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities by reducing suffering and providing opportunities.
We do this through direct outreach into the community and by driving systemic change.
Our target audience comprises of low-income ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. Most are Hong Kong Indians, Pakistanis, Nepalis and Filipinos.
Encouraging representation of ethnic minorities on HKSAR Advisory and Statutory Bodies.
lives directly impacted through our outreach work in 2022
individuals received basic food necessities through the Care Box
adults and children received free one-to-one counselling
We provide various services to Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities. Get in touch with us.
Counselling: Are you considering counselling as an adult or for your child?
Helpline: Are you a woman or a girl who needs support or just to talk?
Online Training: Are you interested to improve your soft skills?
University Scholarships: Looking for post-secondary scholarships?
Financial Bursaries: Looking for financial bursaries in international and private schools?
Jobs: Looking for jobs in Hong Kong?
Kwok Samia SaraInterned at Walgreens Boots Alliance
“I learnt a lot in terms of project skills and communication. I was very satisfied with my employer - Walgreens Boots Alliance. I am also thankful for making new friends in the company. We used to lunch together and learn together during our internship.”
Catherine HustedChair Scholarships Committee and Board Vice-Chair, The Zubin Foundation
“Over two days, the Scholarship Committee interviewed many students in need of financial assistance to either begin or continue their further studies. The process is always eye opening and demonstrates the need in the community. Chairing this Committee is immensely rewarding.”
Maria KhanOnline Training Series
“I am very thankful for the one-to-one training programme, and this training helps build my confidence in the upcoming job interviews and overall in my life.”
Clarissa LuiSpeaker at the Conference
“As a Hong Kong Chinese person who attended one of the best local girls' schools, race discrimination in our city was not an issue I had to worry about. Two years ago, I started to date an Indian man and have since opened my eyes to rampant racial discrimination against dark-skinned people. Companies need to invest in ensuring their staff and industries understand the racism that prevails in our community and take steps to become better allies.”
“It has been a pleasure to be a part of the advisory committee of The Zubin Foundation's Ethnic Minority Well-Being Centre and be able to support their work in providing therapies and interventions to people from minorities in their preferred languages. It is essential that people get the services they need and The Zubin Foundation is best placed to provide these in the third sector.”
Dolly WadhwaniCall Mira - Caller
Call Mira has been my lifeline. I first called in August 2021 because I was very lonely. Both my husband and I have disabilities and live in public housing. We have no family in Hong Kong. Thanks to The Zubin Foundation we were provided with food and more importantly friendship and love.