Hong Kong Caring Magic Circus
Hong Kong Caring Magic Circus (HKCMC) (Chinese: 香港愛心魔法團) is a charity established in Hong Kong, China in 8 September 2009 under Societies Ordinance in Hong Kong while it formally achieved the tax-exemption as a charitable organization under the laws of Hong Kong China - Inland Revenue Ordinance Section 88. It was a non-governmental organization serving people around the world through caring magic. It was first found by 17 volunteers coming from different professional aspects and they had a common goal in achieving a better society and contribute love and care worldwide through magic. Up till 8 September 2013, it had got over 160 volunteers from different walks of life and had completed over 170 volunteer projects and community services through volunteer caring magic performance and free training workshops.
- In 2010, it was granted the Beat-Drugs Fund with the Hong Kong Government and had launched the first 18-district magic anti-drug project throughout Hong Kong targeting over 10,000 people.
- In 2011, under the leadership of its council chairman, Wan Sze Chung, it has broken the Guinness World Record for the World Largest Magic Lesson, which was previously named by world magician David Copperfield. The new record achieved in 2011 by the entity is 435 (excluding helpers). In the same year, it has first launched the Caring Magic Scheme and over 15 entities had completed the program and the graduates (Caring Magic Ambassadors) had continued with community service through magic to bring love and care.
- In 2012, it also completed a 24-episode series of TV program with a TV broadcasting channel in Hong Kong teaching love and care through magic.
- In 2013, it has launched the first magic training program to train up teenagers to seek for a dreamed career by working with the education field and the commercial field. It is setting a social enterprise to operate this project for the best of the community.