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The Jewish Women’s Association of Hong Kong Limited * (JWA) is a longstanding vibrant non-affiliated charitable organization recognized by the Hong Kong Government since 2004.

We will put all of your donations to good use – and send you a charitable receipt for your funds. Our entire board is volunteer based. The JWA plays a major role in the life of our community.  We focus on supporting organizations that empower women and children in Israel and in Hong Kong.  The JWA also partners with the JCCEC to promote different speakers during the year.

Introducing JWA Donation Note Cards

Perfect for sending messages of Mazel Tov, Condolence, Shabbat Shalom, Thank you, Chag Sameach and more. These beautiful cards will inform that a donation has been made to the JWA of HK.

Available in sets of 4 cards for the cost of only $500, this is a lovely way to express your sentiments and also give Tzedakah. To learn more about or purchase these cards, please email our administrative manager at info@jwa.org.hk or call her at 2589-2628. The JWA office will be glad to fulfill your order – pictures coming here soon so that you can order using our form below.

We are committed to supporting seven organizations in Israel and Hong Kong. 

Read more about them by clicking  here or on the Beneficiaries tab on the menu bar.
To support our beneficial work, please:

  • send a cheque made to “JWA of Hong Kong Ltd.” to JWA,  JCC, One Robinson Place, 70 Robinson Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
  • or transfer the funds to HSBC: Account Name: JWA of Hong Kong Ltd., Bank: HSBC, Account No: 808-894398-838
  • or via Paypal by filling in form below:

    Donate to JWA HK

    Please insert the total dollar value wanted. Numbers only - no $ sign or letters. You MUST then CLICK AWAY from this form field for the amount to show up in the 'Total' field below.


    Thank you in advance for your generous support
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* “Approved charitable donation” means a donation of money to any charitable institution or trust of a public character, which is exempt from tax under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance, or to the Government, for charitable purposes. (Section 2 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance)