To bring mental wellness to everyone,
especially our children.

People with good mental health learn better, work better, form better relationships, make better decisions, contribute more to society and are happier.


of primary and secondary students are showing symptoms of mental health disorders.
– Save the Children


Increase in the number of psychiatric patients aged below 18 from 2015/16 to 2019/20.
– Hospital Authority HK



Better mental health in childhood results in 50% less mental illness in adulthood.
– 2005, Kessler, R.C. et al

WEMP will have better understanding of the value we create for stakeholders and society at large by focusing on impact created at three levels:


  • Awareness of wellness and mental health
  • Mental health literacy
  • Promote family happiness
  • Awareness of bereavement and support


  • Parent-child interactions
  • Parent-teacher collaboration
  • Positive parenting skills
  • Parents’ sense of support
  • Parental stress


  • Character strengths
  • Social-emotional skills
  • Child’s level of happiness
  • Risk factors for mental problems
assisted by: