We rely exclusively on individual donations and corporate funding to carry out our work.
Every dollar you donate helps us to make real and measurable impact in the community.
Here's how your donation can help:
To support an ethnic minority family with a special needs child with occupational therapy tools.
To help a young ethnic minority person receive counselling for depression and anxiety.
To keep our helpline for ethnic minority women and girls in crisis open for a day.
Donate by PayPal
The Zubin Mahtani Gidumal Foundation is a registered charity in Hong Kong (IR 91/12344).
All donations over HK$100 will receive a donations receipt. We accept funding from individuals and organisations. We accept donations for specific projects and for general funding purposes.
Donate by cheque
"The Zubin Mahtani Gidumal Foundation Limited"
The Zubin Mahtani Gidumal Foundation Limited
5/F, Unit F-J, Blk 2
Kwai Tak Industrial Centre
15-33 Kwai Tak Street
Kwai Chung, N.T.
Donate by bank transfer
We also accept bank transfer donations. Please contact us for our bank details at email@example.com.
Support our cause by engaging "twopresents" to celebrate your children's birthday and other special occasions in a meaningful way! You can use "twopresents" to share birthday celebrations with our charity by letting your children choose a gift and also contribute a percentage to The Zubin Foundation.
What's more, the birthday boy or birthday girl will be presented with a Certificate of Acknowledgement and a Gift Coupon from our founder and he or she can also visit our office for a presentation photo event.
- Call Mira
To provide emergency funding to ethnic minority women and girls in distress, in financial need and referred by the Call Mira Helpline. The Zubin Foundation is setting up an emergency fund to cover necessities such as food, shelter, phone access, clothes and baby and infant supplies.
Call Mira Helpline is the only helpline in Hong Kong operating in Hindi/Urdu and English supporting ethnic minority women and girls.
Please donate generously (donations of HK$100 or above are eligible for a tax-deductible receipt).