Charity Ticket Donation Programme

OPCFHK is pleased to invite you to join our newly “Charity Ticket Donation Programme”, which is designed to bring the joyful experiences of Water World Ocean Park to those in need across Hong Kong. Benefactor can purchase adult or child admission ticket though OPCFHK Charity Ticket Donation Programme. All proceeds after cost deduction, will be donated to OPCFHK in support of local cetacean stranding cases, community & public education and local conservation research projects. Meanwhile, the foundation would encourage benefactor to donate the ticket to local registered NGOs and charities. Provide the disadvantaged an opportunity to enjoy the Water World, commune with nature and support the ecological conservation.


This programme aimed to share the message of “caring society and pledges assistance for the disadvantaged” through the donation of ticket. Your support can benefit in conservation of Asian wildlife and bring the great happiness to local disadvantaged. Let’s offer your support and you will make the difference.


Admission Ticket for Adult: HK$500 each*

Admission Ticket for Child: HK$400 each*

*Admission Ticket will come with a souvenir Goodie Bag.


For any corporate enquiries, please email to  or contact us at 39232157.

About Water World Ocean Park

The brand-new water park, Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong is officially opened in 2022 with 27 thrilling attractions in five themed zones. Water World Ocean Park’s unique location and concept make it the only water park in Asia that combines stunning ocean views and landscape. Water World takes full advantage of the site, using terraced platforms and outdoor areas to capture the panoramic views of its surroundings. By blending indoor and outdoor attractions, visitors can discover the secret aquatic world in distinctive ways.

Please visit Water World Ocean Park for more.


How you can help

Your donation will directly contribute to our conservation projects below. 

Asian Research Funding Projects

  • Species assessment and monitoring
  • Development of innovative toolkits for conservation
  • Promotion of conservation awareness in local communities

Cetacean Stranding Response Programme

  • Conduct necropsies on site or at Ocean Park
  • Identify the causes of injury and death
  • Formulate the best practical solutions and responses to cetacean survival


Conservation Education

  • Juvenile Horseshoe Crab Rearing Programme
  • University Student Sponsorship Programme
  • Student and community education