2018 - 2020
2020 Small steps from everyone bring big changes
The difficult time will be over some day, and it is important that we do not stop at where we are in hope.
2019 Road to Kwai Chung
“….The real difficulty lies in deciding how best to do it….”
2018 Focus in Kwai Chung: Acknowledging the issues
“It is not only a problem of lack of resources, but also a result of outdated policies, uncoordinated strategies and misplaced priorities.”
2018 The Nutrient of Life
“It is more about love and concern between one person and the other. This is truly the nutrient of life. Only that sometimes it goes unnoticed and is intangible. Its significance often unveils itself at times when a beloved one is lost. The volunteers of this service are angels who transmit the nutrient of life. By funding the service, we join them hand in hand in growing the nutrient and provide the needed soil. ”
2015 - 2017
2017 The Way Forward
“In our ten years of existence we have learnt that the most effective way to grant relief is to deliver aid directly to the sufferers. To accomplish this we must first seek out the intermediaries (NGOs) who have expertise in their respective fields and help them make the deliveries. Funding is not the only resource we can provide, NGOs need premises to operate and administrative competence to service those in need. Our objective is to offer both.”
2017 The past ten years and the years forward
"I hope to see our foundation taking more calculated risks in supporting truly innovative projects which have a degree of uncertainty in their outcome. We will also contribute to other countries with which we are less familiar selectively and prudently."
2016 Contemplating the next decade: Evolving along with the needs of the society
"2016 is certainly proving to be an interesting base from which to establish our focus over the next 10 years."
2015 Refugee camp education in Thailand/ Myanmar borders
"By focusing on the young, they are not only saving lives and improving the livelihoods of many; they are also helping to prevent the suffering of future generations."
2012 - 2014
2014 Teach Future China: a beautiful tapestry of humanity and love
“Teach Future China (“TFC”) helps rural kids educationally and emotionally by assigning volunteer teachers to their schools for two years and prepares the teachers to be future leaders.”
2013 Philanthropic Initiative
"To build a sustainable charitable foundation is similar to running a successful family office."
2013 Close to the Heart, Keep Pace with the Mind
"What can we do for Hong Kong? There are at least four important functions that a philanthropic foundation can achieve to help out.’’
2012 Should Donors Get Involved with the NGO’s They are Funding?
“Your investment of management experience and personal encouragement combined with the passion, knowledge and energy of the NGO people will create synergy to maximize the impact of your donation.”
2012 Assessing the Past, Preparing for the Future
“Since we began our grants in 2008 we are proud to have been able to support a diverse range of activities ranging from large scale infrastructure projects to smaller, targeted efforts.”
2009 - 2011
2011 Giving as an end in itself?
“Philanthropists can add value to giving by asking for impacts.”
2011 Heart Knowledge - The Missing Tool
“I believe that our “head” knowledge is intelligence. The head and heart combination is wisdom.”
2010 Address by Mr. Adrian Fu, Chairman of Fu Tak Iam Foundation at the First Graduation Ceremony of the LLM Program for Chinese Judges (2010.1.8)
“One of your missions is to share your newly acquired knowledge of rule of law and broadened horizon with your colleagues and hopefully, with the multiplier effect, achieve the ultimate objective of improving the quality of life for your nation’s 13 billion people.”
2010 Partnership with Non-Profit Organizations
“We can play a part in transforming society by partnering with non-profit organizations. OPMC model is designed to help them plan and present their programs in an effective manner.”
“Accountability is closely related with programme evaluation and reporting which will be best done when organisations take it from a “collaboration” or “partnership” perspective.”