Social Welfare - Canon HongKong

To express its care to the society, Canon Hong Kong has been organizing various corporate activities and engaging with different charity organizations to help the needy.

Fund Raising Activities

Canon Hong Kong has been supporting numerous charity activities organized by the Hong Kong Community Chest to help the disadvantaged community, such as ‘Love Teeth Day’ and ‘Skip Lunch Day’. In addition, we have been dedicated supporters of “Orbis World Sight Day” for 19 consecutive years to help people with eye diseases regain their sight by providing eye checking, public education, and medical training. Furthermore, Canon Hong Kong has been a proud participant in the “Dress Red for Thalassaemia” organized by the Children’s Thalassaemia Foundation for 5 consecutive years. This initiative supports the patients and operations of the Thalassaemia Resources Center, highlighting our commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of those affected by Thalassaemia.

ORBIS "World Sight Day"

Love Teeth Day

Dress Red for Thalassaemia

Imaging For Good

Driven by our corporate social responsibility philosophy of "Imaging For Good," Canon Hong Kong is dedicated to leveraging our expertise in imaging to make a positive impact in the community. We enthusiastically engage with charitable organizations such as Arts With the Disabled Association Hong Kong (ADAHK), Suicide Prevention Services (SPS), and Master Chang Lin to offer imaging equipment and printing support for photography classes geared towards children or youth with special education needs, individuals with disabilities, and those undergoing rehabilitation.

Life Enrichment Programme for Elderly with Disabilities by ADAHK

Photography Links Youth Programme by SPS

Zen Photography Workshop by Master Chang Lin

Canon PhotoMarathon

Since 2009, Canon PhotoMarathon (CPM) Hong Kong is a competition in which contestants compete to create their photographic masterpieces in line with the assigned themes under time pressure. It is an exhilarating annual event for all photography enthusiasts and the number of contestants has been increasing from 300 in the first year to almost 3,000 in 2018. Achieving the goal of Imaging CSR, enrollment fees were donated to beneficiaries including Medecins Sans Frontieres (2009), Friends of the Earth (2010), WWF (2011), S.K.H. St. Christopher's Home (2012), Heep Hong Society (2013), St. James’ Settlement (2014-2016), The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (2017) and Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong (2018). Since 2010, the event has been recognized as carbon-neutral after "measure, reduce and offset" to carbon footprints.