I. Social Responsibility:


  • Donation:

To date, ACCE has raised over $200,000.00 for various charitable institutions and scholarships. We would like to thank our members, sponsors and friends for your continued support. The following is a list of the causes we have supported:


500 Club Norman Bethune Medical Relief Fund
Across U-hub
Cambridge Food & Wine Society
Canadian Cancer Society
Canadian Diabetes Association Toronto Chapter
Canadian Liver Foundation
Canadian Red Cross – Disaster Relief for Flood in China & Pakistan 2010
Canadian Red Cross – Haiti Earthquake 2009
Canadian Red Cross – Sichuan China Earthquake 2008
Canadian Red Cross – Yushu, Qinghai China Earthquake 2010
Carefirst Foundation
Chi Heng Foundation Canada
Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
CTV Toy Mountain
Harbourfront Centre
Heart & Stroke Foundation
Hong Fook Mental Health Association
Hospice Thornhill
Japan Earthquake Relief Efforts
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
Napel Relief Fund 2015
Orbis Canada
Parkinson Society Canada
S.E.A.S. Centre
Salvation Army- Toy Mountain Drive
SEAS Centre
Sick Kids Foundation
Southlake Regional Health Centre
Sports for kids Foundation
St.John’s Rehab. Hospital
Toronto Zhong Hua Men
United Way of Greater Toronto
United Way of Greater Toronto – Leaps & Bounds
Walmart – Walk for Miracles
World Journal – Taiwan Typhoon 2009
York Region Abuse Program


  • Scholarship Funds:

    Centennial College
    Ryerson University
    Seneca College
    University of British Columbia
    University of Toronto
    Schulich School of Business – York University


    II. Community Project:


  • Employment-Language-Mentoring Project (ELM)
  • ELM is a program funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, and endorsed by former Mayor of Markham, Donald Cousens. It aims to make effective use of the talented and skilled International-educated professionals (IEP) in the Canadian workforce, and offers enhanced language training, mentoring and job shadowing experience.

    Project Details

    Letter from ACCE

    Letter from Mayor Donald W. Cousens


  • ACCE Video Production:
  • Dragon Spirits (01:47) Mins

    “The Unknown Side of the Dragon” was produced by ACCE with the assistance of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario. It was presented at the 2003 ACCE Awards Gala. It documents the contributions of Chinese Canadians in the Canadian military services in World War I and World War II. The sacrifices of the Chinese Canadian war veterans paved the way for the removal of the Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Act, a regretful page in Canadian history. The film was subsequently broadcast by CFMT-TV, now known as OMNI-TV.

    “Dragon Spirit” was produced by ACCE and presented at the 2001 ACCE Awards Gala. It is a historical film documenting the struggles, triumphs and contributions of Chinese immigrants and entrepreneurs in Canada. This was the first attempt by ACCE to look into the past to examine the roots of Chinese Canadians as a guide to who are in the present and what we may do in the future.

    Through this film, ACCE aims to recognize the past sacrifices of our ancestors and to show how today’s fair and just society in which businesses can survive and thrive was formed.

  • Welcome Kit:
  • The Objectives of ACCE Welcome Kit Project are to reach out to new immigrants and welcome them to the local community ; to provide new immigrants with the necessary assistance and information to begin their new life in Canada; to provide participating companies with an opportunity to practice social responsibility; and to collaborate with partnering companies and the government. The information provided in the Welcome Kit includes information and resources relating to business startup, transportation, health and safety, finance, and government.

    2011 Welcome Kits Media Conference – Omni News, Omni TV – Cantonese Edition

    2011 Welcome Kits Media Conference – Omni News, Omni TV – Mandarin Edition

    2011 Welcome Kits Media Conference – Toronto Weekly – Talentvision TV