29 is our community centre in Tai Kok Tsui that is open to the homeless every day of the year and serves more than 3,000 meals each week. It is home to our resource bank, where we hand out clothing, toiletries, sleeping bags, shoes and much more – or people can come and get a haircut or do their laundry. It is also a starting point for our outreach where we prepare supplies to go out across Hong Kong.
G/F, Cherry Mansion, 29 Oak Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Open daily 10am-7pm
100 is our sports and counselling space in Tai Kok Tsui where we host a range of activities and support sessions. We help people to build psychological resilience, through everything from one-on-one counselling to peer support groups like Narcotics Anonymous. It is also home to the Jockey Club ImpactHK Sports & Health Programme, where we empower people to live healthier and more active lives.
Health & Fitness Space – Room B, 3/F, Splendid Centre, 100 Larch street, Tai Kok Tsui
Open Health & Fitness Space – Room F, 3/F, Splendid Centre, 100 Larch street, Tai Kok Tsui
Counselling centre – Room A, 5/F, Splendid Centre, 100 Larch street, Tai Kok Tsui
Open by appointment
Sustainability at ImpactHK
We are excited to announce our new environmental protection project, which will be powered by ReThink. The climate crisis has a disproportionate effect on vulnerable groups and people who are living in unstable housing; they tend to be hardest hit, but are the least empowered to make changes to protect themselves and the planet. At ImpactHK we are proud to be changing that.
Support from Rethink has empowered us to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – as well as providing sustainable employment for an assistant at 1ofaKind.
At ImpactHK we have a vision for an inclusive Hong Kong where everyone has a safe place to call home and cares for their neighbour....Who We Are
Between 2019-2020 there was a 22% increase in the number of registered street sleepers - up to 1,423. But agreement between non-profits serving this community...Homelessness in Hong Kong
Non-profit ImpactHK was founded in 2017 by long-time resident of Hong Kong, Jeff Rotmeyer. But our journey really started in 2014 with Jeff’s simple aim...Our Story
At ImpactHK we are proud of our diverse and inclusive approach to growing the team; around half of our staff team have lived experience of...Our Team
We are grateful for every gift donated to ImpactHK and are careful to spend the funds where they are most needed. Below you can see...Our Finances