The issues in Asia surrounding child abuse include education, prevention, research, advocacy, training and poverty. However, our initial strategy focuses on raising awareness and funding programs that can help at-risk children and their families who are affected.  Through the collaborative approach of donors and our concerned community, we hope to build a sustainable social capacity that can prevent child abuse and develop measurable programs to help abused children.  

Since 1998, Help For Children has worked to prevent and treat child abuse.  A global foundation supported by the generosity of Hedge Funds Care and Private Equity Cares, Help For Children provides grants to the most effective and efficient child abuse prevention and treatment interventions in seven countries, making the world a safer place for children.  

HFC Asia, is headquartered in Hong Kong. 

For more information, please contact

Child Abuse

Worldwide, 40 million children are subjected to abuse each year. These children, too young and too scared to seek help, can too easily be hidden from view

Our Impact

Since 1998, with the support of the alternative investment community, HFC has distributed over $44 million in grants – positively impacting 87,000 lives on an annual basis.

There are no upcoming events at this time.


  • Asia Committee
    • Jean Sung, Chair, J.P. Morgan;
    • Amelia Hall, Walkers;
    • Adrian Warr, Edelmann;
    • Bonn Liu, KPMG;
    • Bruce Salzer, Global Philanthropic;
    • Carlyon Knight-Evans, PwC;
    • Clare Arnold, Hutchin Hill;
    • Daniel McNicholas, State Street;
    • Denise Wong, Walkers;
    • Effie Vasilopoulos, Sidley Austin;
    • George Saffayeh, Ernst & Young;
    • Heide Blunt, AIMA;
    • James Sayko, Wells Fargo;
    • Jeb Altonaga, Pinyin Capital;
    • Katherine Abrat, Goldman Sachs;
    • Nicholas Plowman, Ogier;
    • Philip Meyer, Oasis;
    • Scott Day, Sidley Austin;
    • Vasundhara Pradeep, Credit Suisse;


There are no posts at this time.

Leading Global Sponsors

See more sponsors...