Our Ambassadors


Actor and TV host Ken Chan adopted one of his dogs from the SPCA. He was appointed a SPCA Ambassador and his love for ‘tong gau’ led to becoming the face of several of our campaigns about these wonderful dogs.


Actress Elena was the Education Ambassador for the “Animal Caring Ambassador Programme 2015-2016”. In supporting the campaign, she hoped to amplify our key messages to primary school children as well as the general public.


Singer-song writer and music producer Eric Kwok was appointed a SPCA Ambassador in 2017. He starred as a member of the “Animal Heroes Team” in the SPCA Raffle, launched in Feb 2017, to promote everyday kindness to animals.


Joe joined us as a SPCA Ambassador in 2013. Being a keen animal lover Joe adopted “Rocky,” a SPCA rescue dog, who featured in our “Boycott the Bad Breeder” campaign that spoke out against the dangers of puppy smuggling. Joe and his wife, Karen, offer their support whenever they can, including headlining our 2013 Adoptathon.


Singer Hacken is an outspoken animal lover and a long-time ambassador for our Animal Sponsorship programme.


Actor Michael Tse was appointed a SPCA Ambassador in 2010 and has since been the spokesperson for our “A Pet is for Life” campaign.


Singer-songwriter and actress Karen Mok has been a SPCA Ambassador since 1998. For nearly 25 years, the multi-talented star has actively promoted animal welfare in Hong Kong, notably in our “Say No to Fur” and “End the Seal Hunt” campaigns.


Radio and TV show host Kitty Yuen has been a SPCA Ambassador since 2004 and was appointed our Education Ambassador in 2012. Apart from promoting animal welfare in a number of our key campaigns, she also published a book about life with her chihuahua “Dee Dee” in 2009, donating copies to our charity sales. The book highlights some of the services the SPCA offers, including behaviour training courses.


Veteran actress Susan Tse has been a SPCA ambassador since 2010. She believes that companion animals are part of a family and she has helped promote lifelong animal companionship to the general public.

Who we are

The Hong Kong Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – as we were known in the early days – was formed by a group of volunteers in 1903 who wanted...

Executive Committee

The SPCA is a registered charity, run by its members through an Executive Committee. Below please see a listing of our current officials...



Senior Leadership Team

Senior Leadership Team

Our Ambassadors

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Financial Information

Our work requires significant funding and, despite being Hong Kong’s first charity to deal with all aspects of animal welfare, only 1% comes from the government. The rest comes from a range of ...

Annual Review

More than 100 years on from its founding, the SPCA remains committed to its founding principles of promoting kindness and preventing cruelty to animals. Click “Read More” for past years’ annual review.