Mental Health Research
With a commitment to ensuring employee wellbeing, Community Business is currently compiling research on Mental Health in Asia with a focus on the markets of China, Hong Kong, India, Japan and Singapore.
Our goals are to:
- raise the profile of mental health as a workplace issue;
- educate companies about the context of mental health in different markets in Asia; and
- showcase ways in which companies can respond.
We are currently looking for financial sponsorship, collecting corporate case studies and engaging with local partners.
Corporate partners can take advantage of branding opportunity to showcase their commitment to promoting mental health in the workplace through financial sponsorship.
In addition, corporate partners can showcase their best practice as case studies featured in the research.
NGO Partners can contribute insight to the research and showcase their expertise in the market.
If your organisation is interested to support this important work, we’d love to talk to you.
LGBT+ Inclusion Gala Dinner
Join us at our prestigious 2018 LGBT+ Inclusion Gala Dinner on 15 May 2018 at Hotel ICON. In commemoration of IDAHOT, award winners will be announced as we celebrate the outstanding work that is being done to promote LGBT+ inclusion in Hong Kong and raise funds to sustain our continued work in this area. Tickets are limited and selling fast, please book now to avoid disappointment!
To support our work, we are now inviting leading brands who share our commitment to donate exciting prizes for our fundraising efforts. To ensure the ongoing sustainability of this work in Hong Kong and across Asia, we would be deeply grateful for contributions to our silent auction, raffle or goody bags.
To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world!
Become a volunteer ENGAGE mentor to enhance the lives of students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Leverage your skillset and experience to help mentees plan for the future and realise their full potential.
Each mentor is kindly asked to contribute a small sponsorship fee to support the training and programme costs for the benefit of 60 mentees, either through company sponsorship (“employee volunteer”) or self-sponsored (“individual volunteer”). Mentors will also receive professional training and be invited to networking events for the ENGAGE Mentor Community.