• 2005

    Heungkong Charitable Foundation, China’s first non-public charitable foundation, was established. The first foundation that responded to and participated in the China Red Ribbon Foundation.

  • 2006

    A decade of disaster relief and salvation started, assuming social responsibilities by actively donating money and materials in times of strong tropical storm “Bilis” and flood disaster in the south of China in 2006, snow disaster and Wenchuan earthquake in 2008, Yushu earthquake in 2010, Ya’an earthquake and Shaanxi flood disaster in 2013.

  • 2007

    “Five 1000 Love Program” launched. Establish 1,000 Heungkong Charitable Libraries, financially aid 1,000 orphans, help 1,000 poverty-stricken families, reward and assist 1,000 poverty-stricken students, and organize 1,000 volunteers, all of these had been over fulfilled by the year of 2011.

  • 2008

    On May 20, the Volunteer Group of the Heungkong Charitable Foundation was established, and by the year of 2018, its volunteer workforce reached over 20,000 volunteers, and over 200,000 persons/times of volunteers have participated in the public welfare cause.

  • 2009

    Built 300 houses for 300 extremely impoverished single-mother families in 3 years, effectively improving their living conditions and environments.

  • 2010

    On the first “Guangdong poverty alleviation and difficulty relief day”, pledged RMB 30 million for targeted poverty alleviation and difficulty relief in Guangdong, especially focusing on extremely impoverished families.

  • 2011

    Contributed RMB 10 million to establish the Heungkong Women's Entrepreneurship Fund, practiced the “blood transfusion” plus “blood generation” philanthropy model for the first time and helped 338 women successfully set up their businesses.

  • 2012

    Sponsored the Shenzhen Innovation Corporate Social Responsibility Development Center, aiming at developing 1,000 Chinese social innovation leaders, incubating 1,000 social innovation projects and cultivating 1,000 social innovation enterprises in five years.

  • 2013

    Donated RMB 1 million for initiating the Deaf Children Assistance Action, which helps deaf children return to the world of sound by providing hearing aid devices to 80 deaf children and financially assisting 48 deaf children from financially stressed families in taking verbal rehabilitation training. 

  • 2014

    Donated RMB 5.5 million for building 50 child-friendly communities in poverty-stricken areas in Guangdong, including family education and child care into community services.

  • 2015

    Donated RMB 2 million for initiating the Heungkong Lightbringer project, which funded sight rehabilitation surgeries for 2,000 poverty-stricken elderly cataract patients in 2 years.

  • 2016

    Donated RMB 4 million for initiating the Heungkong Talent Nurturing Program, which financially aided 200 university students from poverty-stricken families in Guangdong province, and funded 24 students in Tashkurgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang in a targeted way and helped them return to their hometowns as kindergarten teachers.

  • 2017

    At the 10th anniversary of the Heungkong Charitable Library project, developed and upgraded to Version 2.0 by using resources from various circles of the society, and jointly built 35 libraries with other forces in the society, making philanthropy to become a form of culture.

  • 2018

    On the 9th “Guangdong poverty alleviation and difficulty relief day”, further donated RMB 10 million for fighting against poverty.

  • 2019

    The Heungkong Spiritual Growth Program was further pushed forward. The program is committed to jointly build a children mental health growth service body in rural areas by creating a five-dimensional standardized service model that integrates governments, schools, volunteers, parents and students.

  • 2020

    Contributed RMB 10 million to establish a special fund for fighting against novel coronavirus pandemic, which provides solid supports to the front-line medical professionals and their families, offers continuous follow-up and care for groups of people who are trapped by the pandemic, and provides assistance in dealing with post-pandemic issues.