By spotting the signs of domestic violence, the community can help bring the problem surface where the victims will get help.
SWAN project is an initiative by CIAC to help the most vulnerable group in the community.
A time for family gathering during the Mid-Autumn Festival
Congratulations to the Woman Volunteer of the Year Award 2017 Winner Ms Elizabeth Chay Douglas, finalists Ms Sherry Kuei Chan and Ms Shu Wen! And congratulations to Mr Dickson Loo, the winner of the CIAC Volunteer of the Year Award 2017 and finalist Ms Lity Zhang.
https://www.fca.org.uk/ppi/ Information is also available in Chinese: https://www.fca.org.uk/publication/ppi/chinese-ppi-complaints-end-leaflet.pdf
We have teamed up with Recycling for Good Causes to raise fund through recycling. We can get back 75% of the proceeds. Come and see if you can make any donations and give us a hand!
Being affected by the welfare reform and the introduction of benefit cap, CIAC has recently received more enquiries about the housing costs which cannot be covered by government benefits. The clients with this issue were advised to check their eligibility for a Discretionary Housing Payments (DHPs) which can provide extra money to cover their housing […]
Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC) is the only frontline Chinese charity providing support and advocacy in the area of violence against women and girls. We are a part of a multilingual project, which is called ASCENT (please see Our Services). A new funding round for the ASCENT project just started from April 2017 and […]