Since 1952, Hong Kong Christian Service (HKCS) has been working towards a humane and just society. We provide the needy with suitable, professional and quality services genuinely. We care for the disadvantaged and the neglected. We uphold our vision of “Towards a Benevolent and Just Society, Holistic Development for All” by instilling hope, advocating justice and promoting harmony for our people and society.
The logo of the Hong Kong Christian Service (HKCS) is represented by a boat which carries with it a cross and is sailing across the waves of the ocean.
The cross represents the faith and spirit of Christianity; the boat represents HKCS; the dots on the boat represent different age, gender, social status, ability, religion and race of people we are serving and our colleagues; and the curved lines underneath the boat represent the ocean, which is the world we are living in. The wavy ocean symbolises that the world is full of challenges; while the boat sailing across the ocean symbolises that although we live in this world, we do not belong here.
The logo symbolises that HKCS, as an agency, is committed to serve people who are in need in this world.