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Are you interested in applying for a grant?
You must first become qualified !
The qualification process helps ensure that your club understands your financial responsibilities, including stewardship, and is prepared to take them on. Qualification must be completed each year.
Becoming qualified is simple, you have to :
- Agree to the club qualification MOU
- Get your Club President, President Elect and / or Immediate Past President to sign the MOU
- Confirm your President Elect and certify by your current Club Secretary
- Send at least one club member to a grant management seminar held by district
- Prepare a written financial management plan for administration
- Open a designate bank account if you are applied as host club of a Global Grants Project
The Rotary Scholarship offers a great opportunity to our young people who have a mission of furthering their study in advancing their career, in particular in the areas of Rotary’s six areas of focus. Our District, through the Global Grant, will sponsor young scholar to study abroad; and similarly, our clubs can also play host to students coming from overseas studying in Hong Kong.
The Rotary Foundation, under the Global Grant, will support scholars who are undertaking a graduate study (programme length can be one to four years) in a subject that fit one of the six causes:
- Promoting peace
- Fighting disease
- Providing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene
- Saving mothers and children
- Supporting education
- Growing local economies
Hing Wang FUNG, SBS
District Governor 2017-18
Chairman of THE ONE HK, 2014-17,
Assistant Governor (Area 2), 2013-14
District Secretary (Committees), 2012-13,
Rotarian of the Year, 2012-13
President of Rotary Club of Metropolitan Hong Kong, 2011-12
Commissioner for Census & Statistics, HKSAR Government, 2005-2011
Mr. FUNG graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a First Class Honour degree of Bachelor of Social Science (in Economics and Statistics) in 1973, and obtained a Master Degree of Social Science (in Public Administration) from the same university in 1983. He is a Chartered Statistician of the Royal Statistical Society of the United Kingdom, and an elected member of the International Statistical Institute.
Mr. FUNG joined the Census and Statistics Department as a Statistician in 1974. He was appointed the Commissioner for Census and Statistics in 2005 and retired in September 2011. He was awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star by the HKSAR Government in July 2011.
Mr. FUNG has been an active member in both the local and international statistical communities. He was President of the Hong Kong Statistical Society (HKSS) during 1994-1996 and awarded Honorary Membership by the HKSS in 2005. He has been Chairman of the Examination Board of the HKSS for the statistical profession examination since 2002. He is currently a member of the Advisory Board on Ethics of the International Statistical Institute.
Mr. FUNG had served as chairman and member of various advisory committees of faculties and departments of universities in Hong Kong. He was a member of the Hong Kong Hang Seng Stock Index Advisory Committee during 2006-2014. He is at present a member of the Advisory Council on AIDS of the HKSAR Government.
Mr. FUNG has been an active and dedicated Rotarian since he joined the Rotary Club of Metropolitan Hong Kong in 2006, where he became President in 2011-12. He served as District Secretary of Rotary District 3450 in 2012-13. He was given the award of Rotarian of the Year in 2012-13. He was Assistant Governor of Area 2 in Rotary District 3450 in 2013-14. He also served as Secretary in the District Committee on Guangdong Extension and Vice Chair of the District Committee on Organ Donation. He was Chairman of THE ONE Hong Kong during 2014-2017.
Mr. Fung is a Level Two Major Donor and a member of the Paul Harris Society of the Rotary Foundation
He and Irene have been married for 34 years and have two sons and one daughter.
District Governor, RI D3450 2016-2017
Chief District Secretary 2013-2014
DAG (Area 3) and Deputy Membership Committee Chair 2012-2013
President, RC of Hong Kong Island East 2011-2012
Founder and Chief Executive, Futurecyber Technology Solution Ltd. (since 1992)
Eric Chin earned 3 Master degrees: from Stirling University UK (MBA), and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (MSc in Information System Management and MSc. in E-Commerce Management), and was awarded Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree by Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is a Visiting Lecturer of MBA in School of Business and Consultant-in-Residence in Business Consulting Practicum, University of Hong Kong.
Eric is an entrepreneur operating a master franchise business from USA in Information Communication Technology education for over 20 years, and is a partner of University of Cambridge (International Examination) UK in Hong Kong. Eric has been active in Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce since 1993 and currently is the Chairman of the Digital, Information and Telecommunication Committee. Eric is also a Chairman in the DBA Alumni Association in Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Regarding Public Services, Eric had served in committee in OFTA and Education Bureau, and as a mentor to SME for 10 years. Eric is also a member of The Lok Sin Tong Benevolent Society Kowloon.
Eric joined Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island East in 2006. As President in 2011-2012, he scored over 40 Recognitions and Awards from RI and District. As a result, Eric won President of The Year and Rotary Club of the Year awards. He was also nominated as outstanding Rotaract club advisers in year 2012-2013 and 2013-2014.
Eric is a Level Two Major Donor and a member of the Paul Harris Society of the Rotary Foundation. He and Christine have been married for 29 years and have 2 daughters and 1 son. Their eldest daughter is the Past President of Rotaract Club of HK Island East.
2012-13 副助理地區總監 (第三地域) 及地區社員發展委員會副主委
他與太太 Christine 結婚29年，育有二女一子。長女為香港東區扶輪青年服務團之前社長。
Peter is married to Katherine and is the father of Perren (son) and Pettrine (daughter).
Peter received his MBChB degree from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1994. He completed his residency and fellowship training at the Prince of Wales Hospital and has been granted the fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Surgery). He has become a Specialist in Plastic Surgery since 2002 and started his private practice, Paragon Medical Centre. Peter is also the Director of the Plastic and Aesthetic Centre and the Hair Transplant Centre of the Union Hospital. He is concurrently the Council Member of the Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Society in Hong Kong and the Examiner of the Exit Examination for the Plastic Surgery Board, Academy of Medicine of Hong Kong. He has been the Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor for the Department of Surgery since 2007 and was the Council Member of the Plastic Surgery Board, College of Surgeons of Hong Kong (2010-2012).
Besides work, Peter is actively engaged in volunteer service. He has been a volunteer doctor in Auxiliary Medical Service and plastic surgeon for the charity organization “Operation Smile” for more than 10 years. He is now the Executive Member of the “Beam International Foundation Ltd” – previously known as “Operation Smile China Medical Mission”. Apart from it, he is also the Medical advisor of Hong Kong Cleft Society, member of the Editorial board of the Hong Kong Medical Diary, Federation of Medical Society of Hong Kong and the Honorary Captain of The Chinese University of Hong Kong swimming team. Honored by Hong Kong Red Cross with the Hong Kong Humanity Award in 2011, he was also the Chairman of The Chinese University of Hong Kong Medical Alumni Association (1998-2000), Chairman of Happy Health Society (2010-2012) and helped organizing the Happy Health Society Conference in 2009.
Peter joined Rotary Club of New Territories in 2005 and was the Club President in 2008-09. He began to serve the District immediately after completing his term as Club President. He was the Deputy District Rotaract Chairman in 2009-2011, Advisor for Rotaract Club of Chung Chi College from 2006-2008 to 2009-2011, District Secretary (Club Affairs) in 2011-12, Chief District Secretary in 2012-13, District Assembly Chairman in 2010 and member of the Training & Education Committee in 2010-2012. He is now Major Donor level 3 and a member of the Paul Harris Society.
Peter loves drawing, western calligraphy and photography. At the same time, he was also a competitive swimmer.
Humanitarian Award Red Cross http://www.redcross.org.hk/ha/ha2012/awardee/peter_pang_e.html
The District Management Committees 2014 / 5 are listed here and available for download.
PP David Shelton-Smith
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