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In recent years, many local enterprises have actively fulfilled corporate social responsibility and insisted on the spirit to contribute back to the society. Among them, many enterprises have incorporated social capital development into their strategies for fulfilling corporate social responsibility. This includes utilising corporate expertise to actively participate in social services, helping disadvantaged groups “expand social networks” and “increase opportunities to broaden their horizons”, thereby bringing longer-term benefits to the society and the enterprise.

When enterprises fulfill corporate social responsibilities by leveraging social capital development strategy, both enterprises and the society can reap ample returns:

For enterprises, social capital building is an alternative investment:

In fact, enterprises which participate in implementing social capital projects can improve corporate culture and inculcate positive values in the community and the society, thereby creating an environment favourable for social and economic development. Enterprises can participate in social capital development in the following seven ways:

Participation of Co-operating Enterprises:

In Hong Kong, there are many successful cases of enterprises which participate in social capital development programmes in many different forms or co-operation models. CIIF warmly welcomes enterprises, both large and small, to become a collaborator of CIIF-funded projects. Enterprises can make use of their own strengths and co-operate with project organisers to build social capital for Hong Kong. Interested enterprises, please click here for Co-operating Enterprise Participation Form, email the completed form to the CIIF Secretariat at ciif@lwb.gov.hk or contact the CIIF Secretariat at 2503 2017.

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