A measure of our success is the economic and social inclusion of the communities across our global operations Through our businesses and foundations, we engage our people and networks to help fulfil our vision to make life better for a billion people in the supply chain.

Victor and William Fung Foundation
The  Victor and William Fung Foundation promotes leadership development and provides scholarships through its  partnership with universities and think tanks. Its objective is to invest in social development to educate and develop young people.

Fung Alumni Network
Through the  Fung Alumni Network, we foster a long-term relationship with former colleagues by maintaining a vibrant and active alumni community.

Here are just a few examples of how we convene our global network to make a positive difference in our communities:


Time spent by Fung Group colleagues on volunteering continues to increase year on year. In 2019, over 39,000 hours were spent on community engagement activities, such as tree planting, cleaning up our environment and working with children, the elderly, and other vulnerable communities and individuals. There were 466 activities in total across 85 locations, with activities including hands-on volunteering, organizing in-kind donations and fundraisers.


Heifer International is working to end hunger and poverty by providing livestock and training to struggling communities in China. Through its annual fundraising event, Circle K has supported these poverty alleviation projects for the past twelve years.


For the fourth year, colleagues celebrated the life and memory of our former colleague Ken Whalen, by helping to host the annual Ken Whalen Surf Challenge. The event is focused on inclusion and providing access to sports for kids of all abilities and raising funds for the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Since its inception, the event has engaged over 600 kids and physically-challenged athletes to participate in this surfing competition.


Many of our colleagues have been long-term supporters of the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF), a non-profit organization that transforms some of Cambodia’s most impoverished kids into tomorrow’s leaders. After getting to know the work of the CCF, one of our leaders, Eric Leddel, inspired others to get involved, with colleagues collaborating with CCF to develop a leadership curriculum and organizing workshops on design thinking, public speaking and leadership, which also prompted our suppliers to donate much-needed goods.