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La Violet Charity Foundation was founded in 2014 and officially became a charitable organization listed under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance in 2015. Our main focus is on organizing meaningful activities in the areas of education, youth development, and the pursuit of dreams.

Every year, our team organizes the "Life Beyond Routine" Dream Project, a city-wide event aimed at uniting society to promote the spirit of pursuing dreams. We encourage people in Hong Kong to discover their interests, persevere in their pursuits, challenge themselves, unleash their creativity, and tap into their individual potential. Since its inception, the project has achieved close to 100 dream initiatives, helping over 5,000 dreamers take their first steps towards their aspirations. The program has received positive feedback from various sectors of society, with coverage in over 150 media articles and collaboration with more than 150 primary and secondary schools, conducting over 100 "Dream Sharing Sessions." The project has been divided into three separate dream programs in 2019-2021: "Create Dreams," "Extend Dreams," and "Fulfill Dreams," catering to young people, parents, and the elderly, with the "Create Dreams" program being sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Additionally, our organization collaborates with various institutions to plan youth activities, including the Youth Development Commission's "Career Planning, Pursuing Dreams!" program, theDesk's "Dream Market," and UBS Group's "Creating New Ideas."


Dreams are a part of life; Pursuing dreams doesn't require overturning your life

Dreams are not limited by type, group, or scale

Without implementation, dreams remain mere fantasies

Do what you love the most in the right position

Through ten dream stories, we convey the meaning of dreams; encourage people in Hong Kong to live out their true selves, contribute to the society, and promote the concept of "Life Beyond Routine”



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Ng Chun Chiu Stanley

A second-generation operator of The Global Group, and also the founder of the Academy Ink, an organization dedicated to the development of corporate talent. He is a co-founder of the Start2Co (創二會) initiative. Former President of the Hong Kong Junior Chamber International (JCI).

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Lee Tsoi Wing

Awardee of the first year "Life Beyond Routine" Dream Plan. She has held leadership positions in several charitable organizations and received the Outstanding Volunteer Award. In 2013, she founded the "Starting from the Heart"(郵心出發) volunteer team, using words to convey love and happiness and while to provide counselling in her work. Her activities have served tens of thousands of people. She has been interviewed by various media outlets, including TVB, NowTV, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), and Apple Daily.

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Wong Chung Fan

Co-founder of the La Violet Charity Foundation. In 2009, after graduating as a science major, he went to Tianjin to pursue his artistic dreams, taking the first step towards realizing his aspirations. In 2013, upon returning to Hong Kong, he was inspired by his brother, Wang Chung Kit, and actively promoted positive messages about pursuing dreams. He has been involved in the planning of the "Life Beyond Routine" Dream Prlan since its inception.

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Tam Wan Wah

With many years of experience supporting students with special educational needs and their parents, she has been invited in several occasions to host professional training workshops for the Hong Kong Education University and schools. She is currently leading a special education task force for the Education Bureau, focusing on teacher professional development and teaching research. She serves as an Honorary Associate Researcher at the University of Hong Kong and regularly writes columns for Ming Pao's "Happy MaMa."



Organized activities in over 100 schools; Engaged more than 30,000 students

Featured in over 100 media reports

Reached over 300,000 people on social media

More than 1,500 audience at the award ceremonies and carnivals


  • Education Bureau

  • Labour and Welfare Bureau

  • CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (China Light & Power)

  • Youth Development Commission

  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

  • YTT Charity Fund Ltd

  • Lee Kum Kee Family Foundation

  • Oxfam Hong Kong

  • Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

  • Po Leung Kuk

  • The Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood Career Training Centre

  • Dialogue Experience

  • Golden Age

  • Kai Fong Tour

  • Hong Kong Council of Social Service

  • Urban Spring

  • Heep Hong Society


  • Chinese Methodist Church

  • Familations

  • SE Chamber HK

  • Infinity Fitness Gym

  • Caritas Youth and Community Service

  • Dream Impact

  • Gift Love

  • Voltra

  • Hong Kong Christian Service

  • Wofoo Social Enterprises

  • The Salvation Army

  • Umadx

  • EFG

  • Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service

  • The Wave

  • Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association

  • HappyRetired

  • Eldpathy

  • Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Jockey Club Cheung Wah Youth S.P.O.T.

  • ELCHK, Communion Lutheran Elderly Health Centre

  • Under Production

  • Hong Kong Social Workers' Association

  • Patermater

  • Oh my Kids

  • New World Sun Ferry

  • ET Net

  • OpenHouse

  • The Alchemist Cafe

  • Flower Mi Cat


  • YumTake

  • Spread-it

  • Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB)

  • Suncolor Printing Co., Ltd

  • Red Rice

  • Bliss & Bless

  • theDesk

  • Trial & Error Lab

  • Doughnut 


  • Running Bady

  •  deHUB 

  • PMDC Group 

  • Re:spect Music 

  • Playwaht 

  • GT Group

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