Corporate Social Responsibility

At BOC Life, sustainability is at the core of how we manage our business and plan for our development. We incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) into our business operation and strategy to achieve our vision of becoming the premier choice for customers, employees, shareholders and investors.

BOC Life attaches great importance to our community and considers the fulfillment of social responsibility as crucial for creating and maintaining our long-term core competencies. Over the years, we actively support various community programmes with an aim to build a harmonious community. They include:

Health Engineer

“Health Engineer” program is organized by Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council. It is a 3-year programme and was kicked-off in 2013. A series of extra-curricular group activities and interactive seminars held by registered nutrients, occupational therapists and social workers are being offered to primary 1 to 3 students, their parents and teachers with an aim to help the children establish a comprehensive healthy life. The programme has been run in over 10 schools across Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories. Over 7,000 participants are expected to be benefited from the programme.

Kids The Future

BOC Life fully supports “Kids The Future” Programme organised by Hong Kong Family Welfare Society. Launched in 2013, the 5-year programme aims to subsidize students from underprivileged families to participate in extra-curricular activities. The students are encouraged to explore their interest outside the classroom, and cultivate a positive attitude towards life. Over 1,200 participants are expected to be benefited from the programme.

BOC Life HKPL Young Fans Experience Tour

BOC Life is devoted to promoting the healthy development of students. Aiming to arouse their interest in playing football, BOC Life has brought Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Ltd and Hong Kong Football Association together to jointly organize “BOC Life HKPL Young Fans Experience Tour” for the first time. Professional footballers are invited to pay visits to schools and incubate the culture of healthy and happy “football for all” among students. It also helps raise the public’s attention towards local football through mass media coverage.