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 (formerly known as Hedge Funds Care) has worked to prevent and treat child abuse.  A global foundation, Help For Children provides grants to the most effective child abuse prevention and treatment interventions in five countries, making the world a safer place for children.  

HFC Asia is based in Hong Kong. 

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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. HFC, the alternative investment community’s charity, is dedicated to eradicating this silent epidemic.

Our Impact

The alternative investment community is taking a stand because we CAN end child abuse. By uniting as an industry to fight child abuse since 1998, HFC has invested more than $53 million in effective child abuse prevention and treatment programs.

June 16, 2021, 6:30 p.m.

HFC Asia | Wine Tasting Event

Hedge Funds Care

Sept. 3, 2021, 8 a.m.

HFC Asia | Breakfast with a Purpose

Hedge Funds Care

Nov. 11, 2021, 6 p.m.

HFC Asia | 'Silver Linings' Benefit Dinner

Hedge Funds Care


  • Asia Committee of Hearts
    • Vanessa Hemavathi, Chair, Privium Fund Management;
    • Cora Ang, Hillhouse Capital Management;
    • Michael Bugel, AIMA;
    • Adelene Chan, MullenLowe Profero;
    • Ryan Chan, Sidley Austin;
    • Eric Chng, Citco;
    • Margaret Davidge-Pitts, Goldman Sachs;
    • Ben Evetts, Sandpiper Communications;
    • Alex Howarth, J.P. Morgan;
    • Deanna Liu, Sidley Austin ;
    • Carlyon Knight-Evans, PwC;
    • Sara Liu, UBS;
    • Rebekah Pang;
    • Rachel Phillips, KPMG;
    • Diane Raposio, KKR;
    • Lin Shi, HKEX;
    • Rachael Wee, Yours;
    • Jason Yau, RSM;
  • Asia Grants Committee
    • Vanessa Hemavathi, Chair, Privium Fund Management;
    • Denise Wong, Chair, Walkers Global;
    • Dagmar Baeuerle, InvenTIO Capital;
    • Eric Chow, Ogier;
    • Philip Kwong, Ernst & Young;
    • Elliott Shadforth, Ernst & Young;
    • Effie Vasilopoulos, Sidley Austin LLP;
    • Dr. Clifton Emery (Academic Consultant), University of Hong Kong;

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