The Society for Community Organization (SoCO) is a registered non-profit-making social service group dedicated to promoting civil rights education and providing professional social welfare services. The history of the Association can be traced back to 1970, when several people interested in community Organizations regular regular meetings, including a priest of the Marino Convent, a sister of Marino who is committed to community development. Pastor of the Anglican Church and the staff of the Christian Industry Council.
The Urban and Industrial Propaganda Department of the Southeast Asian Christian Council focuses on the decisions of community development organizations and encourageds these enthusiasts. Since 1971, the Social Welfare Association has carried out practical community organization work in the grassroots of Hong Kong.
The Social Welfare Association is convinced that everyone has the opportunity to participate in development on an equal footing. Through the community organization strategy, the public can understand that the protection of individual rights is based on a rational and equal society, and improve people's ability to The social association organizes helpless communities to let them understand their rights and interests and strive to improve the unfair social system.
Through hundreds of social actions, participants not only rebuild self-confidence and dignity, but also unite them as a force to promote unfair social systems. In addition, for those who have urgent needs and families, the Social Welfare Association will provide them with timely Emergency support and social services to help them tide over the difficulties.
The Social Welfare Association adheres to the three principles of "Everyone is equal", "advocacy of civil rights" and "practical justice", promotes civil rights work, develops relevant work plans, strengthens the ability of citizens to help themselves and overcome difficulties. In the years to come, the Social Association adheres to its convictions and works with grassroots citizens to defend the human rights and the rule of law and jointly develop a society of charity and justice!