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.
The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society is thankful that The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon has chosen us to be one of the 2 only beneficiary organisations for the 12th consecutive years. Please set up your self-fundraising portal to add an extra meaning to the marathon! Whether or not you have secured entry in the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2021, you can create your self-fundraising portal and you can make a different in the lives of those affected by cancer. Donation will be used to support our “Charity Bed Programme”, to provide low cost or free nursing care services to meet the diverse need of underprivileged cancer patients during their arduous cancer journey. PLEASE JOIN US AT THE STANDARD CHARTERED HONG KONG MARATHON 2021!
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.
Nepal is in COVID-19 crisis situation as infections soar and it is suffering from oxygen shortage. The impoverished country and its ill-equipped healthcare system is unable to handle the surge in COVID cases.
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.
COVID-19 has brought uncertainty and immense change to all our lives. Like many charities, The Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care (SPHC) has seen a significant decline in donation because our largest annual fundraising event – Hike for Hospice – cannot be held due to group size limitations during the pandemic. While it is still not possible to stage events involving large numbers of people, we are excited to announce the launch of a Virtual Hike for Hospice in coming April 2021. The Virtual Hike for Hospice allows participants to run or walk at any hiking trails you like with the flexibility and convenience of hiking at any time, at their own pace and distance. While there is no longer a registration fee for the event, we encourage people to still sign up so we know they are participating and so they can set up an online fundraising page.
To explore the pipe organs in Hong Kong in this film documentary. Hong Kong used to have more pipe organs in old churches, but as century passed by and due to lack of maintenance, currently only a very few have left behind Here we will feature European music from the 16th- 18th centuries and a new commission piece which will be compose and perform by a Hong Kong contemporary composer, Erma Lee Wai Shan. We believe that heritage, arts and culture are strongly connected as a whole for to improve the quality of people’s livelihood.
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.