HSBC Group supported charities

SOS Children's Villages is the world's largest orphan charity yet they also work with disadvantaged families to prevent crises that can lead to family separation. A key area of their work is family strengthening programmes which HSBC supports through the Future First programme. Future First is a global programme working with SOS and other charities in 55 countries to provide education and life skills to street children, children in care, orphans and those who may not have access to education.

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organisation dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. HSBC supports JA More than Money, which teaches children about earning, spending and saving money, as well as providing career advice in 36 countries.

FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) is a non-government, non-profit organisation promoting sustainable development through environmental education and is responsible for the Blue Flag programme. HSBC works with FEE in 15 countries to help educate young people about the environment through the Eco-schools programme.

Partnership for Children (Zippy's Friends) is a small charity working globally to help young children to develop the skills they need to cope with daily difficulties, so that they will be better able to cope with problems and crises as teenagers and adults. HSBC works with the charity in mainland China, Hong Kong, Latin America and UK.

WWF is the world's leading independent conservation organisation. HSBC has worked with WWF for over ten years to help combat climate change through practical solutions. WWF is a key partner in HSBC's flagship environmental programme.

Earthwatch is an international environmental organisation engaging people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. Earthwatch is a key partner in HSBC's flagship environmental programme.