The CUHKCAS Charity Dinner not only marks the end of the Social Innovators Programme, the first non-career-based mentorship programme focusing on contributing back to the society through social innovation; all profits from the dinner will furthermore be donated to Teach for Hong Kong, a local education charity. It will be our honour if we have the support from current students as well as alumni, it will indeed be a great platform to connect the two groups as well. Find out more at the Facebook event page!


Date: 10th January, 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 18:30-19:30 (Drinks reception) ; 19:30-22:30 (Dinner)
Venue: Dining Room, The Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong
Guest speaker: Ms Liza Green, Head of Corporate Citizenship Credit Suisse APAC


Dinner ticket:
HK$580 - Current CUHKCAS members and their guest;
HK$800 - Alumni of the University of Cambridge and their guest*

(In addition of the attendee's ticket, one ticket can be purchased by the attendee at the same price for his/her friend at the dinner.)

*Alumni and non-CUHKCAS members can purchase a bundle of 6 tickets at a discounted price of HK$680 each.

The deadline of registration is 8th January, 2019 (Tuesday) (Extended)


A Rosette of Smoked Salmon & Smoked Trout with Rollmops Herring Dill Mustard Dressing
Seared Australian Sirloin of Beef with Tarragon & Red Wine Butter Sauce
Truffle Polenta and Harvest Vegetables
Baked Cherry Clafoutis with Prune Chutney
Petit Fours

All the profits of the charity dinner will go directly to Teach For Hong Kong (

Teach For Hong Kong ("TFHK") envisions a future where all children in Hong Kong have equal opportunity to access quality education and realize their potential.

We are a growing movement of young leaders that drive systemic changes in education with cross-sector collaboration. Through our one-year TFHK Fellowship Program, we recruit and empower the most promising and passionate young leaders to serve in underprivileged schools as full-time teachers.

We are now in our 4th year with 34 Fellows, teaching full-time in 19 local underprivileged schools and have served over 10,000 underprivileged students. We are also funded by the Government’s SIE Fund, The D. H. Chen Foundation and The Jockey Club Charities Trust and are thriving as one of the fastest growing non-profits.


Learn more about the Social Innovators Programme *here*.


Should you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our Vice President, Jason Chan, at, or Secretary, Jacky Chow, at


Please fill in this form to register for a place: