The Beat Drugs Fund (BDF) is inviting applications for the 2022 Funding Exercise of the BDF Regular Funding Exercise (RFS).
The BDF aims to promote and support worthwhile anti-drug programmes which can help address the drug problems, particularly drug abuse and drug trafficking amongst the youth, and to promote community-wide efforts and programmes in the campaign against drugs in Hong Kong.
RFS operates as an annual funding exercise in general which opens for application by different organisations to respond to the latest drug trends on the preventive education and publicity (“PE&P”), treatment and rehabilitation (“T&R”), and research fronts. Priority will be accorded to applications falling into the priority areas drawn up for each funding exercise.
Up to 3 years
Up to HK$6 million
Organisations or individuals can apply for the Fund, provided that the projects under application meet the objectives of the Fund and assessment criteria set out in the guidelines, and the projects are of a non-profit-making nature.
Applicants should submit the completed Application Form to the Research Office. Please refer to the Guidelines when completing the application form. For details, please refer to Research Office’s website.
Online Briefing Sessions
The following briefing sessions will be organised by Beat Drugs Association Secretariat to enhance public’s understanding of the details of the Fund and the priority areas, as well as its application procedures and assessment criteria. Contents are identical for the three sessions except different grantees to be invited for sharing their experience in project implementation.
||Deadline of Enrolment
||1 August 2022 (Tuesday)
||2:30pm – 6:00pm
||29 July 2022 (Friday)
||4 August 2022 (Thursday)
||9:30am – 1:00pm
||2 August 2022 (Tuesday)
||11 August 2022 (Thursday)
||2:30pm – 6:00pm
||9 August 2022 (Tuesday)
- Platform: Zoom
- Language: Cantonese
- Registration: Complete the online enrolment form via the link by the deadline indicated in the above table.
More details can be found HERE.
Miss Becky Lau (Email: email@example.com, Tel: 3469 2798)