Hoping to assist the needy elders to develop a healthy living habit and prevent further deterioration of health condition, the Hong Kong Red Cross has developed Home-based Chronic Disease Management Service for the Elderly (CDME) since 2014. To further improve the CDME service quality, we hope to raise HK$50,000 and purchase the following items. 1) Purchase 20 hearing aids (HK$1,500 each) to help elders with hearing loss to better understand the diseases self-management skills shared by volunteers during home visits. 2) Purchase heat stroke prevention housewares and Mosquito repellent/ insect resistant agents for elderly with financial difficulty to improve home environment and prevent communicable diseases.
Period: April 2020 – March 2022 Target: HK $ 600,000 Purpose: To raise funds for institutional retirees, education, volunteers and new development services Brief Introduction: Do you want a more meaningful birthday this year? The method is simple: 1. Transform the gifts received this year into a heartfelt donation directly to Light & Love Home to raise funds for the development of the organization, so that more people in need can benefit; or 2. One to two months before your birthday, make "green orange lights" instead of birthday cakes, register as a "Light ME Up" fundraising ambassador, set up a personal or team fundraising website, film a short video of the process of making "orange lights" or photos and upload to fundraising ambassadors, personal or team sites to leverage crowdfunding. At the same time, you can invite relatives and friends who have birthdays within three months to participate in the program and become a part of "Light ME Up!" This is the most special birthday gift. Every month, Light and Love Home will establish awards, which are awarded to the "Light ME Up" fundraising ambassador with the highest fundraising amount and the largest number of donations for encouragement. If you have any questions, please call Mr. Yip at (852) 3619 5320 during office hours (Monday to Friday 09:00 to 18:00) or email [email protected], thank you. Our Brief Introduction: Light and Love Home was established by a group of enthusiastic Christians, in the spirit of "serving the community and promoting the gospel" in 1983. Started from running elderly homes and serve the elderly in need. Nowadays, we also promote community health services, regional volunteer development services, and education services. In 2019, the organization opened Light and Love Home Happy Kindergarten (On Tai) to help children and families through schooling. Over the years, the charity work of the organization has been praised and affirmed by all parties. In addition to the elderly services, which are constantly funded by the Social Welfare Department and the Hong Kong Community Chest, the services of the organization can be continued through the good support of friends from all walks of life
Tiny as Hong Kong is, more than 573 bird species have been recorded. This dynamic city is home to the Eurasian Tree Sparrow and many other wild birds, and migratory birds like the Critically Endangered Yellow-breasted Buntings which favour the wetlands here.
WALK FOR SMILES is the first charity walkathon to be held in Hong Kong to raise funds for Operation Smile. With generous supporters like you, we have been able to serve more than 308,000 children who are born with cleft conditions from underprivileged families around the globe for 38 years. Through this walkathon, we are aiming to raise funds for covering 100 life-changing surgeries to patients with our free and high quality operations.
You can hike, run, bike, swim…even do yoga, mindfulness, cooking or singing! Whatever your talent is, and whatever you love doing, just set your goal and “MOVE”, then you can help us to “GET” more people “MOVED” to support our FREE cancer caring services for anyone affected by cancer.
We are committed to promote inclusion and always looking for ways to support charitable organizations. This time, with our iron willpower, Lockton team will go for a three-event athletic challenge to raise fund for Hong Kong Network for the Promotion of Inclusion Society (HKNPIS). Alex Yip, our CEO will partner with three outstanding athletes from HKNPIS- Derek Ko, Jeff Wong and Mok Kim-Wing in canoeing, cycling and running for a total distance of over 20km. Along with Lockton and Fearless Dragon teams, his challenge will be held on December 10. It is with a strong spirit and mutual support that we overcome every obstacle ahead of us. We can raise awareness for inclusion by working together. Please donate to support HKNPIS now.
The 1st “Nature Hikeathon & Treasure Hunt @KFBG” Charity Events will be held at Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden on November 13/14, 2021. In addition to raising funds for nature conservation, the event also commemorates the Kadoorie Brothers’ efforts in alleviating poverty by helping New Territories villagers help themselves through teaching farming skills, loans and gifts of farm animals, construction materials.