OneSky believes in the vast potential hidden in our world’s most vulnerable young children. We develop low-cost, replicable early childhood interventions to benefit young children at risk and train local caregivers and communities to take those programs to scale. Registered as a global NGO in the US, China and Vietnam, and with a global training hub opening doors soon in Hong Kong, we bring  over 20 years of experience achieving sustainable impact by implementing transformative early childhood care and education training programs in resource-limited settings. Always in partnership with local government, we help communities build their own capacity to change systems of care and improve outcomes for vulnerable young children.

Organisation Representative

Endorsers that OneSky partner with

Hong Kong SAR China

Porticus Asia Ltd.

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

Porticus Asia Ltd.

Porticus provides charity consultancy services to a European based family foundation.

Porticus builds on a heritage of charitable engagement that dates back to Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer, the two brothers who founded the clothing retailer C&A in 1841. In fact, the first record of a gift can be found in the personal ledger of August who, only months after founding the company, recorded a donation “to the poor”.

It was from these modest beginnings that the culture of responsibility and engagement developed. As natural as it was for the company’s founders to share their good fortune with the needy, so too was it natural for them to do so quietly. As the business grew and expanded globally, the generations of family entrepreneurs that followed continued and solidified the tradition of charitable giving.

On-going/Past projects

Early Education for Children of Factory Workers

By OneSky

Aims to improve quality of care and educational outcomes for the young children of factory workers in Vietnam’s industrial zones through the training of home-based care providers.

Education, Employability, Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation