Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation (HKAHF) was established in 1999, with a mission to support financially disadvantaged people in need of medical treatment in Hong Kong and around the region.
Donate today to change people’s lives – reduce suffering and restore happiness for potential patients!
Board of Governors – Tsuen Wan (BOG-TW)
In 2016, the Board of Governors – Tsuen Wan (BOG-TW) was established, uniting efforts with the BOG – Stubbs Road to more effectively serve the community as one team. Both Boards serve specific demographics through their respective funds, medical programs, and healthy living initiatives.
BOG-TW manages the following Funds: Medical & Development and Healthy Lifestyle. Together, these funds provide multi-faceted medical and health-related support for the needy.
BOG-TW Funds & Programs
1. Medical Fund & Development Fund
- Provides access to much-needed medical services, e.g. screenings and surgeries.
- For the maintenance, upkeep, upgrading, renovation, and replacement of apparatus, equipment, utilities and facilities and training of healthcare professionals of the Hospital.
2. Healthy Lifestyle Fund
Fundraising to promote healthy living and the importance of disease prevention amongst socially vulnerable groups, as well as the general public, through educational program and accessible initiatives.
3. Programs (Details):
- Charity Diagnostic Imaging, in collaboration with the following groups:
- New Territories West Cluster – Hospital Authority
- Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry
- Charity Medical Services
- Healthy Living Promotion
HA Charity Surgery Program — 50% PCI Reduces Medical Burden for HA Patient
In September 2022, BOG-TW and HKAH-TW launched the "Charity Surgery Program" to provide a 50% discount to patients waiting for coronary surgery in public hospitals.
Mr. Chung, 52, is one of the beneficiaries. The doctor found that one of his blood vessels is nearly 90% blocked, requiring surgery as soon as possible. However, with the lengthy waitlist at the public hospital, he was referred to HKAH-TW to complete the surgery. Mr. Chung said that in the past one or two years, he often felt discomfort and pain in his chest. The doctor recommended and performed a coronary angioplasty or "PCI."
Mr. Chung was very grateful for the care provided by the medical staff. He felt that the well-timed program, launched during the 6th wave, helped reduce the lengthy wait list and medical burden on patients by promptly providing treatment to those in urgent need.
BOG-TW Medical Fund Beneficiary Stories — COVID Affects Swimming Coach’s Income; Funding Approved for PCI Surgery
Uncle Wai, who loves sports, is a private swimming instructor and has taught swimming for over 10 years. A few years ago, he started to feel chest pains and numbness in his arms and legs. Once, he lost consciousness and fainted at the pool. After a doctor's diagnosis, Uncle Wai was found to be suffering from blood vessel blockage and needed to undergo PCI surgery.
However, due to COVID, Uncle Wai's income dropped drastically, and he could not afford private hospital fees. Fortunately, through BOG-TW's Medical Fund, he completed the surgery at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Tsuen Wan. He is now recovering and teaching his students to swim as per usual. He is grateful to BOG-TW for helping him recover.
BOG-TW Medical Fund Beneficiary Stories — Former High Jump Athlete Shares Hip Joint Replacement Surgery Experience
Uncle Lam (76 years old) used to be a high jump athlete with a personal best of 2.16m, and remained active even after retiring as a PE teacher. Due to deteriorating hip joint conditions that surfaced in 2020, the former sportsman could not even walk short distances anymore. Yet, he had been waiting for two years for surgery at public hospitals.
Upon learning of this, Dr. Wong Sze Hung from Health For All and BOG-TW promptly arranged free surgery under our Charity General Medical Fund, helping Uncle Lam gain a new lease on life.
"The HKAH-TW team took good care of me. After the surgery, my hip joint is no longer in pain, and I feel ecstatic and grateful to the hospital and the doctors."
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2. Through Bank Deposit
Donations can be deposited to the below account：
A/C Name: Adventist Charitable Foundation Limited acting as Trustee of Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation
Bank Name: Bank of Communications
A/C Number: 382-567-1-035598-01
3. By Cheque
Please make the cheque payable to “Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation” and mail it to Development & Community Relations Department at 199 Tsuen King Circuit, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.
4. Online Donation
If you wish to donate to the Medical Fund, Development Fund, and/or Healthy Lifestyle Fund - TW, please click here.
If you wish to donate to the Charity Cataract Program, Charity Medical Services, Charity Diagnostic Imaging Support Service,s and/or Healthy living Promotion, please click here.
5. Donation Form
We would like to partner with you! Consider making us as a beneficiary of your corporate event; we are also open to other partnership opportunities.
For further discussions, kindly reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org or 2276 7130.
- Receipts will be issued for all donations. Donations over $100 are tax-deductible.
- Please send the transaction record along with your details to us by mail, email or Whatsapp：
Personal Details: name, mailing address, and contact number
Whatsapp: 6383 5396 or
Email: email@example.com, or
Address: Development & Community Relations Department, Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Tsuen Wan, 199 Tsuen King Circuit, Tsuen Wan, HK.
- Please indicate the particular purpose (e.g. Medical Fund/ Cataract Program) at the back of the cheque, otherwise the donations will be applied on a ‘most-needed’ basis or used for other life-changing／life-saving medical treatments.
- Note: 10% of donations to Charity Cataract and General Medical funds will be used as the administration costs of HKAHF (recognized Hong Kong charitable organization).
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation
Development & Community Relations Office – Tsuen Wan
Whatsapp: 6383 5396
Tel: 2276 7131/ 2276 7130
Fax: 2275 6417
We're excited to share a promotional video for our Charity Cataract Program, created by renowned director Mr. Clifton Ko (高志森先生), with performances by Mr. David Chiang (姜大衛先生) and Mr. Wong Wing Kit (黃榮杰先生) and guest starring Dr. Ko Wing Man (高永文醫生).
HKAHF provides free cataract surgery to help elderly cataract patients regain vision and reduce the long waiting time in the public health system.
Eligible patients can have 1 x pre-surgical examination, 1 x cataract surgery, and 3 x post-surgical examinations.
- Hong Kong permanent residents aged 65 or above.
- Waiting for cataract surgery in public hospitals or diagnosed by doctors
- Low-income recipients who are on CSSA or have passed the Samaritan Fund/ Community Care Fund Medical Assistance Programme income and asset test
- Stable physical condition. If patients are on long-term medication, please provide a medical report.
Beneficiary Story - Bilateral Cataracts for 20 years, Finally Able to See Bus Numbers Post-Surgery
Granny Lin (81) suffered from cataracts in both eyes for over 20 years. Since she cannot afford cataract surgery at a private hospital, she has to wait for a long time in public hospitals.
In the past two years, her vision worsened - she can only see up to a foot away from her left eye. It significantly impacted her daily activities, and she had to rely on others constantly, such as passers-by to help her get on the correct bus buses or neighbors to read her letters.
She recently underwent surgery on her left eye under the "Charity Cataract Surgery Program," funded by the Chow Tai Fook Medical Foundation and BOG-TW.
She removed her eye patch 3 days post-surgery, and the vision in her left eye is no longer blurred. She said, "I am so happy to see flowers and plants."
Service Location: Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Tsuen Wan (199 Tsuen King Circuit, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong)
WhatsApp/ Tel: 6383 5396
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- Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Tsuen Wan and Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Charitable Foundation reserve the right to change or delete the above information without prior notice and reserve the right to make a final decision.
- Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation (HKAHF) is a recognized charitable organization in Hong Kong under Section 88 of the Inland Revenues Ordinance. It is a separate entity from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital.
- Relevant donations are directly received and managed by HKAHF Board of Governors – Tsuen Wan to provide multi-faceted medical and health-related support for the needy. Receipts will be issued for all donations. Donations over $100 are tax-deductible.