Fundraising Dinner:
Stories from my (ethnic minority) Community

Hear it from the people who live it


One in three people in our community live in poverty.


The Zubin Foundation works to improve the lives of Hong Kong’s poorest – sadly most of these people belong to ethnic minority communities.



Based on a research by the Foundation, we use the facts obtained and address the problems facing those most disadvantaged through specific programmes designed to help them. 

Those most impacted in this group are children, women and girls. Our work focuses on them. 

  • We know that children from the age of 3 are discriminated against in kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools. 

  • We know that this is why we have a relatively new population of ethnic minorities on construction sites and menial jobs. 

  • We know many women and girls, many are trapped - torn between their dreams and traditional family expectations. 

  • We know in some cases this results in acute mental health problems with drug and alcohol addiction and abuse at home - some of which is targeted at children.

Please join us at our first fundraiser- Stories from my community.

Date: October 9, 2018

Time: 6.30 drinks, 7.30 sit down.

Venue: McSorley’s Brewhouse and Grill, Shop R001, Civic Square, Elements, Tsim Sha Tsui

Dress: Casual

Price: Including dinner and drinks:

Table of 10: HK$12,000

Table of 5: HK$6,000

Table of 4: HK$4,800

We have a capacity of 70 so seats are limited


Please email Anky Chau at

For more information / secure a table