Trusted charitable giving from Hong Kong SAR to the world
Give2Asia Foundation Limited is dedicated to strengthening communities throughout Asia by making cross-border giving easier and more effective.
Take your philanthropy to the next level
Give2Asia Foundation Limited serves as a local strategic partner for your philanthropy. We work with individuals, corporations, and private foundations to achieve your charitable goals.
Services tailored to your needs
Our grantmaking specialists understand the challenges of giving across borders. We provide practical support to help you achieve your charitable goals.
Thank you Give2Asia for providing timely funding to the impoverished communities in times of crisis.SZE Lai Shan 施麗珊, Society for Community Organization (SoCO) 香港社區組織協會
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Minnie Yeung joined Give2Asia in 2019 to lead Hong Kong Give2Asia Foundation Limited. Her role is to ensure that the Foundation serves the local community’s needs, working with donors, family foundations, major corporations, local partners, and networking with high net-worth individuals. Before joining Give2Asia, Minnie founded a successful media group. Minnie trained as a classical pianist at the Beijing Music Academy.
Business Development Manager
Audrey is a philanthropy and nonprofit professional, leveraging development and effective communications to help contribute to sustainable social impact since 2013. Audrey has expertise in fund-raising, in particular for small and early-stage charities – covering issues from youth leadership to modern day slavery to eye surgeries. Her work in Give2Asia focuses on ensuring grantee charitable organisations are supported in the work they do and has access to sufficient financial resources.
Fanny Chan has worked over 20 years in both the public and commercial sectors. With her prior job engagements, she developed a wealth of expertise in financial and investment management with particular strengths in areas over financial planning & analysis, treasury and loan operation, audit and controls, system developments as well as long-term financial strategy. She provides practical advice and a broad range of professional financial services and administrative support to Give2Asia and its partners.
Rose joined Give2Asia's Hong Kong SAR office in 2019. She has more than 12 years of nonprofit management experience across international NGOs and local charities in Hong Kong, with a focus in poverty alleviation and sustainable development. Rose holds a Master degree from Macquarie Graduate School of Management. She earned her BA in Business Management from Leeds Beckett University.
President & CEO, Give2Asia (USA)
Birger Stamperdahl joined Give2Asia in 2006 and has served as its President & CEO since 2014. Birger works directly with donors, foundations, and corporations seeking to build strategic charitable partnerships across the Asia-Pacific. As a leading advocate for locally-led philanthropy, Birger has spoken to audiences at Stanford PACS, the World Affairs Council, the Council on Foundations, the Asia Venture Philanthropy Network, and the Conference Board.
Prior to joining Give2Asia, Birger had a successful PR career in Silicon Valley. As a Vice President at Porter Novelli, a global marketing and communications firm, he advised such clients as HP, EMC, McAfee, and BMC. Birger holds degrees in Journalism and Political Science from the University of New Hampshire.
Dr. Raymond Leung serves as board member of Give2Asia U.S. and Chairman of Give2Asia Hong Kong which provides a broad platform for improving the quality of life of children in low-income areas in Asia. Dr. Leung has mentored more than 1,000 young graduate students over last 25 years; a number of whom have gone on to become leaders in their own right in advanced technology sectors in Hong Kong and China.
Dr. Raymond Leung received his engineering doctorate (EngD) from the City University of Hong Kong. He is the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Altai Technologies Limited, which is a privately held high technology company focused on the design, development, and marketing of innovative outdoor wireless broadband solutions. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong with branches in Shenzhen, and Malaysia.
Dr. Leung also served as the Executive Vice President of Japan’s TDK Corporation, the first non-Japanese officer appointed to the position in its 85-year history. With his innovative thinking and business acumen, Dr. Leung created the company’s 2 most profitable business units and helped TDK to become the world's largest independent supplier of magnetic recording heads for hard disk drives and the world’s leading lithium polymer battery solution provider.
Dr. Leung is a council member of the City University of Hong Kong and was a council member of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He was also an economic advisor for a number of cities in China and for the state of North Dakota in the United States. Dr. Leung served as a member of the 12th Dongguan Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the philanthropic arena, Raymond is the co-founder and Chairman of the One Laptop Per Child Asia Pacific Chapter.
Ta-lin Hsu is the founder and chairman of H&Q Asia Pacific. Since its inception, H&Q Asia Pacific has managed 23 funds of over US$2.7 billion in committed capital. Prior to founding H&Q Asia Pacific in 1986, Dr. Hsu worked at IBM for 12 years, reaching the position of senior manager in the research division — with corporate responsibility for advanced research and development of mass storage systems and technology — before joining Hambrecht & Quist as a general partner in 1985. He served as Give2Asia's Chairman of the Board from 2011 to 2016.
Dr. Hsu received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley following a M.S. in electrophysics from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and a B.S. in physics from National Taiwan University. Dr. Hsu was a founding member of the prestigious Technology Review Board of Taiwan, which was instrumental in the establishment of the country’s technology industry. Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Group, Primax Electronics Holdings, Ltd., are some of the boards of public and private companies Dr. Hsu currently serves.
Dr. Hsu is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Board Member of K.T. Li Foundation for the Development of Science and Technology, the Founding President of the Chinese Institute of Engineers / USA SF Bay Area Chapter.
Mr. SyCip advises a variety of companies in their cross-border endeavors between the US/Europe and Asia. Mr. SyCip assumed the role of Board Chairman in August 2016 after having served as a Board Director since 2005.
Prior to setting up his own offices, Mr. SyCip had a career in banking, including serving as CFO of United Savings Bank, a leading provider of banking services to California’s Asian communities and a major originator of home mortgages in the State. He currently sits on the corporate boards for Bank of the Orient in San Francisco, Cityland Development Corporation, Paxys, Inc., Premiere Horizon Alliance Corporation, Sinag Global Energy Corp., and Spence & Co. Ltd.
Mr. SyCip currently serves on the board of several international and Asia-focused nonprofits, including the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction in New York, Global Heritage Fund in San Francisco, and the US-Philippines Society in Washington DC. He has also served as Commissioner for the City and County of San Francisco’s Social Services Department. He was Director and Treasurer of the San Francisco Education Fund and the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library and served on Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies Advisory Board, as well as Grameen Foundation USA's Philippine Advisory Council.
Ms. Schilling is a co-founder of the Union Square Investment Company with her husband Alexander H. Schilling. Union Square Investment Company is an investment manager.
Since the 1980s, Ms. Schilling has been actively involved in a number of civic and advisory groups that address issues concerning small business owners, woman- and Asian-owned businesses, and state and local development. In addition to being the first woman president of the Asian Business League of San Francisco, she was formerly vice chairman of the San Francisco Economic Development Corp. and director of the State of California Small Business Advisory Board. She has also been a member of the SF Chamber of Commerce, California Council to Promote Business Ownership by Women, the Advisory Council on Small Business and Agriculture of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and the Greater Market Street Development Association. She is currently a member of the Board of the Bay Area Council, and was a director of Golden West Financial, which was publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Currently, Ms Schilling is a member of the Board of Regents of the University of California, a Board member of Give2Asia, and the Committee of 100.
Ms. Schilling holds a B.A. in both Economics and Political Science from U.C. Berkeley and a Master’s degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management in Glendale, Arizona.
Simon Szeto was a founding member and advisor to Give2Asia when it was incepted in US. While he was residing in US, he worked for financial industry and served several non-profit organizations.
Mr. Szeto is currently working in the capacity of the business advisor to private and public companies at a Hong Kong financial company. He looks forward to working with the philanthropic community to promote better wellbeing for humankind at-large.
Nick Chan is a Partner at Squire Patton Boggs, a top ten most global law firm with 45 offices in 20 countries where he serves as Partner (since 2004) with practice group responsibility for Asia Pacific region. Mr. Chan served in-house at two Fortune 100 technology companies AT&T and Cisco Systems where he had regional responsibilities. He serves on the Council of FuHong Society, an NGO focused in helping intellectually disabled people to live with dignity and as an integral part of our community. He is the Honorary Legal Advisor of Origin Charity Foundation which has funded and supported the establishment of many schools in rural Mainland China. He is the Convenor of Tech Response to COVID-19, an NGO focused to use technology to empower ordinary people to control the spread of COVID-19, and to reduce the workload of healthcare workers. Mr. Chan serves on the Hospital Governing Committee of two hospitals in Hong Kong.
Mr. Chan also serves on the DIT committee, Belt and Road committee and as Vice Chairman of the Legal Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Chan is the Chairman of eBRAM International Online Disputes Resolution Centre, a joint community LawTech effort to provide better and more cost-efficient access to justice by adopting and deploying the latest technology and solid legal knowledge. Mr. Chan devotes a lot of time to advance the Rule of Law, innovation, technology, education and the broader community, serving as Legal Aid Services Council member, previously as Law Society Council Member and still Vice Chairman of InnoTech Committee and Belt and Road Committee, as the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Council Member, Chairman of Knowledge Transfer Committee and IPO Industrial Fellowship Enrichment Program Fellow, and as Chairman and committee member for several Hong Kong Government appeal boards, as committee member serving on academic boards at CityU and HKU, and serves on the Entrepreneurship Programme Management Committee for PolyU. Nick also serves as advisory committee member of the Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Venture Fund. Nick publishes widely and is a columnist with a weekly column in a leading newspaper Headline News (頭條日報) to help share legally related information with the public.
Mr. Chan is an elected Hong Kong deputy to the 13th National People's Congress of the People’s Republic of China.