What would you like to search for?

Event Sponsorship
© WWF-Hong Kong

WWF-Hong Kong relies on long-term commitments to create positive change for the natural world. As the corporate sector drives much of our economy, strong partnerships with businesses are essential to finding and implementing solutions to today’s conservation challenges. Through generous corporate donations, effective resource allocation, the sharing of professional knowledge and skills, and the encouragement of employee participation in environmental conservation projects, we are able to foster the ongoing growth and advancement of our conservation and education initiatives.

We organise various fundraising events and sponsorship opportunities throughout the year, allowing businesses and organisations to support our conservation efforts while gaining brand exposure and demonstrating their commitment to environmental sustainability.

Our events and activities engage and educate the public about the importance of balancing development with protecting biodiversity, while ensuring that everyone has fun at the same time. WWF-Hong Kong needs corporate sponsorship to support our programmes, so please contribute to our events and help us make a difference for our living planet!

Please support our activities and take actions to save our precious habitats!

February – Big Bird Race

The Big Bird Race is WWF-Hong Kong’s epic birdwatching event that supports habitat management at Mai Po Nature Reserve. The race has been held for over three decades, generating strong enthusiasm among professional and novice birdwatchers both local and based overseas, with teams vying to spot the most species in a 12-hour period. Funds raised by teams directly contribute to habitat management work at Mai Po Nature Reserve, a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.


Earth Hour is WWF's flagship global environmental movement. Launched in Sydney in 2007, it has grown into one of the world's largest grassroots movements for the environment. Held every year on the last Saturday of March, Earth Hour brings together individuals, businesses, communities, and organisations in more than 190 countries and territories to take tangible environmental action.

Earth Hour recognises the power individuals have to solve environmental challenges and mobilises millions of supporters to drive change. It also provides a valuable platform for corporations to showcase their environmental initiatives, engage with stakeholders and the wider community, and demonstrate to customers and employees their corporate commitment to sustainability issues.


Walk For Nature is WWF-Hong Kong's longest-running charity walkathon. Put on every year since 1992, having previously been named Discover Mai Po, this community event leads participants on captivating explorations of the wonders of nature, enhancing their awareness of local biodiversity and unveiling the Reserve’s diverse landscapes.

Sponsoring WWF-Hong Kong’s Walk For Nature is an excellent way to raise public awareness about environmental concerns and demonstrate corporate community spirit. It also provides a unique corporate team-building activity for company staff, families and friends. All proceeds from the event go towards important WWF-Hong Kong projects, such as local habitat restoration and habitat improvement projects for local species at Mai Po, enabling us to continue our commitment to safeguarding nature and spreading crucial wetland conservation messages.


WWF-Hong Kong believes that business plays a vital role in our work to influence the course of conservation and create a stable, sustainable future for the planet. WWF-Hong Kong’s annual Corporate Sustainability Summit brings our business partners, experts and guests together at this enlightening event where they meet with distinguished speakers, tap into the latest corporate sustainability insights and share best practices from their fields of expertise. The summit helps us discover, together, how we can balance business opportunities with the protection of our shared planet, and why it is important to build a nature-positive world.