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To open up the “black box” of media art, as reflect the assemblage of research and technology in contemporary art, Writing Machine Collective launched the campaign to crowdfund for docent workshops and public seminars alongside the exhibition. Over 20 new media art interns will be recruited and 3 artist public seminars will be held, inviting the public, docents and artists to explore new media issues.

7%
US$481
Funded
Writing Machine Collective 6th Edition Pilot Education Programme Art

Writing Machine Collective 6th Edition Pilot Education Programme

Project by Writing Machine Collective

To open up the “black box” of media art, as reflect the assemblage of research and technology in contemporary art, Writing Machine Collective launched the campaign to crowdfund for docent workshops and public seminars alongside the exhibition. Over 20 new media art interns will be recruited and 3 artist public seminars will be held, inviting the public, docents and artists to explore new media issues.

7%
US$481
Funded

I am Clara Tsang and I have been on the road of music with my cello for over two decades. Along the way, I encountered numerous ups and downs and even struggled during a dark period when I abandoned my cello and lived routinely. But I was brought back to my conscious with the pain of broken bones and picked up once again the freedom of laying my fingers on cello strings. Since then, I have found my way in music and decided to perform on stage where I could tell stories of serendipity, miracles, the moment, and my dearests. I believe the power of music can also resonate with you all as it has woken me up to devote my life to perform music. What I wan to do…1st cello music album “Just Meet You”

41%
US$5,377
41 hours
Support Clara Tsang "Just Meet You" 1st Cello Album Publish and Concert Music

Support Clara Tsang "Just Meet You" 1st Cello Album Publish and Concert

Project by ClaraTsangFung

I am Clara Tsang and I have been on the road of music with my cello for over two decades. Along the way, I encountered numerous ups and downs and even struggled during a dark period when I abandoned my cello and lived routinely. But I was brought back to my conscious with the pain of broken bones and picked up once again the freedom of laying my fingers on cello strings. Since then, I have found my way in music and decided to perform on stage where I could tell stories of serendipity, miracles, the moment, and my dearests. I believe the power of music can also resonate with you all as it has woken me up to devote my life to perform music. What I wan to do…1st cello music album “Just Meet You”

41%
US$5,377
41 hours

To celebrate Baxter’s 35th anniversary, we are launching a #TakeYourToxins campaign - which will start on April 11th! Healthy kidneys filter and remove excess fluid and toxins from blood and turn it into urine. Kidney failure, also called end-stage renal disease (ESRD), is the last stage of chronic kidney disease and happens when kidneys operates at less than 5-10% of normal function and dangerous toxins build up in the bloodstream. At this stage, the patient can only survive with dialysis or a kidney transplant. Yet every day, we take for granted that our kidneys are silently working to rid our body of toxins while patients with kidney failure do not enjoy the same freedom. This campaign aims to highlight the issue of kidney failure by comparing our daily trash disposal with the toxins that patients carry in their bodies until they undergo daily treatment at night. Before Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (APD) treatments, many patients had to carry a solution bag and needed four or more dialysis exchanges a day. A group of Baxter employees will initiate the campaign and carry a small plastic bag to fill it with ALL the accumulated trash. Then they will upload to social media pages with #TakeYourToxins – to mark the start/end of the challenge. We’re making it fun and impactful by taking the waterproof plastic bag everywhere we go, including places where we wouldn’t normally bring a bag! The donation will end by June 14th. We aim to link this movement back to education and awareness around kidney illness and treatments – and of course, mobilizing our connections to raise money for a worthy cause. Be sure to share this with your friends and family and help donate to this page! Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (APD) offers the patient the option of an effective home modality of renal replacement therapy, encourages self-autonomy, and supports optimal quality of life - designed for patients that refuse to let kidney diseases compromise their lives, careers, social life, travels, relationships, or most importantly stand in the way of achieving their dreams.

24%
US$1,077
41 days
#TakeYourToxins: Our 35th Anniversary Campaign to Raise Money for Kidney Disease Art & Science

#TakeYourToxins: Our 35th Anniversary Campaign to Raise Money for Kidney Disease

Project by Baxter Hong Kong

To celebrate Baxter’s 35th anniversary, we are launching a #TakeYourToxins campaign - which will start on April 11th! Healthy kidneys filter and remove excess fluid and toxins from blood and turn it into urine. Kidney failure, also called end-stage renal disease (ESRD), is the last stage of chronic kidney disease and happens when kidneys operates at less than 5-10% of normal function and dangerous toxins build up in the bloodstream. At this stage, the patient can only survive with dialysis or a kidney transplant. Yet every day, we take for granted that our kidneys are silently working to rid our body of toxins while patients with kidney failure do not enjoy the same freedom. This campaign aims to highlight the issue of kidney failure by comparing our daily trash disposal with the toxins that patients carry in their bodies until they undergo daily treatment at night. Before Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (APD) treatments, many patients had to carry a solution bag and needed four or more dialysis exchanges a day. A group of Baxter employees will initiate the campaign and carry a small plastic bag to fill it with ALL the accumulated trash. Then they will upload to social media pages with #TakeYourToxins – to mark the start/end of the challenge. We’re making it fun and impactful by taking the waterproof plastic bag everywhere we go, including places where we wouldn’t normally bring a bag! The donation will end by June 14th. We aim to link this movement back to education and awareness around kidney illness and treatments – and of course, mobilizing our connections to raise money for a worthy cause. Be sure to share this with your friends and family and help donate to this page! Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (APD) offers the patient the option of an effective home modality of renal replacement therapy, encourages self-autonomy, and supports optimal quality of life - designed for patients that refuse to let kidney diseases compromise their lives, careers, social life, travels, relationships, or most importantly stand in the way of achieving their dreams.

24%
US$1,077
41 days

Are you aged between 8 and 18? Join us in Discovery Bay to run, bike, coasteer, abseil, swim, canoe, rock-scramble and raise money for charity.

4%
US$622
31 days
Team FEAR Challenge 2018 Sport

Team FEAR Challenge 2018

Are you aged between 8 and 18? Join us in Discovery Bay to run, bike, coasteer, abseil, swim, canoe, rock-scramble and raise money for charity.

4%
US$622
31 days

It is hoped that everyone, even with physical restraint, can have the pleasant experience of enjoying the sunshine and beach with family and friends. Hence, “Inclusive Beach” is planned to be held in September this year. To render beach accessible to wheelchair users, beach wheelchairs, which are specially designed to cross the sand and float on water will be introduced. Barrier-free mat will be laid as passages on the beach as well to enable ordinary wheelchairs to move around. Through this event, we wish to demonstrate the feasibility of inclusive facilities and community planning.

17%
US$1,321
Funded
Inclusive Beach Day Community

Inclusive Beach Day

Project by 「融我在」共融義工服務團

It is hoped that everyone, even with physical restraint, can have the pleasant experience of enjoying the sunshine and beach with family and friends. Hence, “Inclusive Beach” is planned to be held in September this year. To render beach accessible to wheelchair users, beach wheelchairs, which are specially designed to cross the sand and float on water will be introduced. Barrier-free mat will be laid as passages on the beach as well to enable ordinary wheelchairs to move around. Through this event, we wish to demonstrate the feasibility of inclusive facilities and community planning.

17%
US$1,321
Funded

To raise operation fund ($120/person) to support the inclusion route, which provides an ideal platform for 400 physically and mentally disabled people and their families, enjoy the nature and the excited atmosphere of a marathon as long as normal participants. Sowers Action invites 3 special care organizations to join us, together with our volunteer support, we hope to create an inclusion community and hope those disable person to develop their physical fitness and build up confidence.

2%
US$180
Funded
Sowers Challenging 12hours 2018 - Inclusion Route Charity

Sowers Challenging 12hours 2018 - Inclusion Route

Project by 苗圃行動

To raise operation fund ($120/person) to support the inclusion route, which provides an ideal platform for 400 physically and mentally disabled people and their families, enjoy the nature and the excited atmosphere of a marathon as long as normal participants. Sowers Action invites 3 special care organizations to join us, together with our volunteer support, we hope to create an inclusion community and hope those disable person to develop their physical fitness and build up confidence.

2%
US$180
Funded

Hi I’m Michaela Mok, a fresh graduate from Good Hope School. I was first associated with SKSFF two years ago when I had to propose and carry out an internal activity at school to prove my worth in order to join my school’s student council. I ended up calling it “Pause for Paws” (great title I know), an awareness campaign for local stray dogs. Narelle was nice enough to arrange to bring pups and a few dogs to school and this made the event interactive and really got the message across students. After successfully earning my spot on the student council, I went back a couple times to see my furry friends. My mom, Linda Jackson, now an active volunteer at SKSFF got me involved in a few of their activities, including face-painting, fundraising, shaking buckets etc. Last year, the school suggested I enter a local competition called “Community Leaders of Tomorrow” where funds were given to me and my partner to carry out an activity for a charity of our choice. Without hestitation, we went straight back to Narelle and SKSFF to organise Pause for Paws version 2.0, where we went to shake buckets and raise awareness outside the Rugby Sevens. This event brought both students and teachers together as well as the community and even got the attention of the Education Bureau who later invited us to give a lecture about our experience to professors and students alike at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Though we did not win CLT, we were rewarded with the Most Popular Project Award. Upon finishing my public exams and graduating, I received a call about Pause for Paws creating buzz within the Education Bureau and that they would like my partner and I to appear on a television programme about student-led projects in collaboration with RTHK. Needless to say, SKSFF has opened a series of doors in my life, leading me to different opportunities and for that I am forever grateful. Among all the events, it puts a smile on my face to see our community willingly come together to pitch in to help our furry friends. Each dollar spent on the dogs is put to good use with medical care, food and maintenance, all ensuring a better life for the dogs, as said in SKSFF’s motto. During my few visits to the kennel, I have grown to love each of the 106 dogs there, understanding their back stories and personalities. I hope tonight’s event with help of the fringebacker can provide enough assistance to the shelter to keep making a difference, one canine at a time.

7%
US$481
18 days
Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation  – Providing Education Outside The Classroom Charity

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation – Providing Education Outside The Classroom

Project by Michaela Mok

Hi I’m Michaela Mok, a fresh graduate from Good Hope School. I was first associated with SKSFF two years ago when I had to propose and carry out an internal activity at school to prove my worth in order to join my school’s student council. I ended up calling it “Pause for Paws” (great title I know), an awareness campaign for local stray dogs. Narelle was nice enough to arrange to bring pups and a few dogs to school and this made the event interactive and really got the message across students. After successfully earning my spot on the student council, I went back a couple times to see my furry friends. My mom, Linda Jackson, now an active volunteer at SKSFF got me involved in a few of their activities, including face-painting, fundraising, shaking buckets etc. Last year, the school suggested I enter a local competition called “Community Leaders of Tomorrow” where funds were given to me and my partner to carry out an activity for a charity of our choice. Without hestitation, we went straight back to Narelle and SKSFF to organise Pause for Paws version 2.0, where we went to shake buckets and raise awareness outside the Rugby Sevens. This event brought both students and teachers together as well as the community and even got the attention of the Education Bureau who later invited us to give a lecture about our experience to professors and students alike at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Though we did not win CLT, we were rewarded with the Most Popular Project Award. Upon finishing my public exams and graduating, I received a call about Pause for Paws creating buzz within the Education Bureau and that they would like my partner and I to appear on a television programme about student-led projects in collaboration with RTHK. Needless to say, SKSFF has opened a series of doors in my life, leading me to different opportunities and for that I am forever grateful. Among all the events, it puts a smile on my face to see our community willingly come together to pitch in to help our furry friends. Each dollar spent on the dogs is put to good use with medical care, food and maintenance, all ensuring a better life for the dogs, as said in SKSFF’s motto. During my few visits to the kennel, I have grown to love each of the 106 dogs there, understanding their back stories and personalities. I hope tonight’s event with help of the fringebacker can provide enough assistance to the shelter to keep making a difference, one canine at a time.

7%
US$481
18 days

每個人都擁有自己的興趣和才能,要發揮出來,除需要自身的努力付出外,亦需要得到機會和支持。不同能力的年青人,同樣有著他們的興趣和才能,同樣需要機會和支持。本次眾籌運動,就是為他們在藝術、運動、事業等的獨特才能獲得適切的培訓與指導,使他們建立自信,盡展所長。大家的支持,就如伴跑員與他們一起,支持他們由馬拉松跑道,奔向人生的道路。你的捐款,除了能為他們提供培訓外,更重要的是告訴他們,你相信他們能發揮自己的才能,從而增強他們的自信。

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US$13
61 days
陪你跑.做得到 iRun for Abilities Charity

陪你跑.做得到 iRun for Abilities

每個人都擁有自己的興趣和才能,要發揮出來,除需要自身的努力付出外,亦需要得到機會和支持。不同能力的年青人,同樣有著他們的興趣和才能,同樣需要機會和支持。本次眾籌運動,就是為他們在藝術、運動、事業等的獨特才能獲得適切的培訓與指導,使他們建立自信,盡展所長。大家的支持,就如伴跑員與他們一起,支持他們由馬拉松跑道,奔向人生的道路。你的捐款,除了能為他們提供培訓外,更重要的是告訴他們,你相信他們能發揮自己的才能,從而增強他們的自信。

1
US$13
61 days

Our vision is a Hong Kong in which women and girls have the opportunities, support and resources to thrive and achieve their true potential. The Women’s Foundation was established in 2004 and is a leading non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in Hong Kong through ground-breaking research, impactful programmes, education and advocacy to drive a positive and measurable change.

The Women's Foundation Charitable Event Culture & Art

The Women's Foundation Charitable Event

Our vision is a Hong Kong in which women and girls have the opportunities, support and resources to thrive and achieve their true potential. The Women’s Foundation was established in 2004 and is a leading non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in Hong Kong through ground-breaking research, impactful programmes, education and advocacy to drive a positive and measurable change.