The Social Innovators Programme is a new initiative in the 2018/19 year. It is the first non-career-based mentorship programme connecting young elites with social leaders, to inspire them to contribute to the betterment of Hong Kong. As part of the programme, the Charity Dinner not only hopes to help contributing to the Hong Kong society through donating all profits to Teach For Hong Kong, a local education charity which strives to improve access of quality education; it is furthermore a platform to connect alumni with current students, to strengthen the Cambridge-HK community.

Mentors of the Social Innovators Programme include:
- Arnold Chan (Founder and CEO of Teach For Hong Kong)
- Bernard Chan (Convenor of the Executive Council, Chairman of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service)
- Johannes Chan (Professor of Law and former Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong)
- Stephanie Choi (Founder and CEO, OurConservatory)
- Philip Dykes (Chairman of the Council of the Hong Kong Bar Association)
- Audrey Eu (Founding leader of Civic Party)
- Gabriel Fong (Director of GoGoVan, CEO & Co-Founder of Jaarvis Technology)
- Patricia Lau (Deputy Commissioner at Efficiency Office, HKSAR Government)
- Dennis Lo (Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate, Director of the Li Ka Shing Institute of Health Sciences)
- Francis Ngai (CEO of Social Ventures Hong Kong)
- Elsie Tsui (Project Director, Hong Kong Social Enterprise Challenge)
- Anna Wu (Chairperson of the Competition Commission of Hong Kong)
- Allan Zeman (Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group)

Our mentees received internship or job-shadowing experiences at:
- CUHK EMBA Programme
- Efficiency Office, HKSAR Government
- Social Ventures Hong Kong
- WYNG Foundation