The CLAP@JC lasts for ten years. The first phase was Created and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust in 2015. The purpose is to inspire young people to realize their personal potential, explore life and career goals, and explore diversified paths. The plan has benefited close to 30,000 young people so far, and the second phase will be officially launched in September 2020.2020
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust initiated and earmarked funding of some HK$295 million to launch the “LevelMind@JC” in cross-sectoral collaboration with six non-governmental organisations and The University of Hong Kong in 2019, cooperating with six non-profit organizations and the University of Hong Kong in a cross-sectoral manner, the plan will last for four and a half years.2019
Sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust Fund, Caritas - Hong Kong together with two organizations and the Suicide Prevention Research Center of the University of Hong Kong, established the first 24/7 youth emotional health online support platform in Hong Kong, called "Open Up"
The online youth support team in the East Kowloon Region finally included in the regular funding projects of the Social Welfare Department, in which originally received funding from the Social Welfare Department.
The ground floor shop of "Caritas Computer Workshop - Ctrl + Z" in Kowloon Bay was officially opened to provide the public with maintenance and purchase services for computers and smartphones.
"Caritas Computer Workshop" moved to To Kwa Wan Industrial Building and officially became a self-financing social enterprise.
Funded by Stanley Residents' Association Limited and Chanoh Foundation Limited to provide supportive services to poor students with special educational needs2017
Established Hyacinth Enrichment Center in Kwai Chung District to provide support and development services for young mothers2016
The Standard Chartered Hong Kong 150th Anniversary Community Foundation sponsored the Mobile Computer Repair Programme for the needy by providing on-site computer repair and technical support service.2012
The Environmental Protection Department invited Caritas Computer Workshop to provide a computer regeneration project and a picture tube regeneration project, and was selected by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service as a partner of the "Every-home Has Computer" project.2005
"Group and Community Work Service" was renamed "Youth and Community Service".1997
Launched the New Chinese Immigrants Adaptation Program in Caritas Community Centre – Kowloon, Caritas Community Centre - Tsuen Wan and Caritas Jockey Club Integrated Service For Young People – Wong Tai Sin
With the approval of the Social Welfare Department, the children and youth centres in Tung Tau and Tuen Mun were renamed as two integrated youth service teams, which were renamed Wong Tai Sin and Tuen Mun Youth Integrated Services, and provided school-based stationing social work services.1994
The expansion project of Caritas Caine Road Community Center is completed.1978