KPSA Charitable Fund
The King's Park Sports Association (KPSA) was formed to advise on the management of the sports grounds and ancillary facilities at the King’s Park Sports Ground on Wylie Road.
The ground provides three high-quality all-weather artificial turf pitches, which accommodate regular rugby, football and softball training and competitions organized by member clubs. The ground can also accommodate a range of uses by other associations, as well as by schools, charitable organisations and members of the general public.
King’s Park has never been intended for use solely by KPSA member clubs, and booking fees have been maintained at a level comparable to those charged for public pitches. King's Park is a community ground and welcomes everyone.
To form partnerships with local community charities to give children the chance to learn and play sports in order to offer opportunities for physical exercise, and to help children develop social and communication skills, team work and the use of English as a second or third language.
In 2015 the KPSA decided to set up the KPSA Charitable Fund with the aim of giving children from the local community the chance to change their lives through taking part in sport. The fund will be used to give children introduced by partner KPSA Charities opportunities to learn and play sports at King’s Park.
Charities may apply to be a KPSA Charity if they are –
A not-for-profit charitable organisation
Based in Kowloon
Work with children under the age of 19
A KPSA Charity will be responsible for organising 2 to 4 events annually at King’s Park using the facilities there and engaging volunteer coaches from each KPSA member.
These events can be fund-raisers however there must be an element of sport involved.
The KPSA will provide, free of charge –
Use of the facilities at King’s Park
Qualified coaches in –
Refreshments for volunteers and all participants
Transportation to and from the charity’s chosen location
Please submit a brief background statement introducing your charity and its Mission and Vision statement.
Please also submit a one-page document describing the type of programmes that you would like to organise at King’s Park.
Applications for 2016 commence on 1st November 2015 and close on 15th December 2015.