The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon is committed to serving the community and supporting different charitable causes. We support three charitable institutions and initiatives: Seeing is Believing-Orbis*, the Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled and The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society through the Marathon Charity Programme.
For many girls in the developing world, the double discrimination of gender and age has placed them at a disadvantaged position. They are often denied access to health services and education, and succumb to violence, abuse, and harassment. Run For Girls is a charity run co-organized by Plan International Hong Kong and Cosmopolitan with the aim of fighting for and promoting girls’ rights and justice, protecting girls in developing countries from discrimination, inequality and violence.
The 2018 HKSPC Family Day is one of our largest scale fundraising events of the year. Proceeds from this event are used to support the daily operations of our service centres. Through this occasion, we also aim to build parent-child relationships, by offering parents and children an opportunity to enjoy some quality time together.
Join us to be a Santa Claus this Christmas!! Your kind act will ripple into two folds: the donation will help Operation Santa Claus and also you will be rewarded with a gift to give. Support Operation Santa Claus and you could become a Santa Claus in operation. Operation Santa Claus has been helping many indigent charities since 1989; funds raised have be awarded to smaller charities, operating without help from the government or other large patrons, which provide services to children & youth support, community care, senior services, medical assistance, mentally challenged or physical disability support.
Happy Holiday's and good tidings to you wherever you are! We, a group of HKUST MBA students, are excited to participate in Operation Santa Claus (OSC) to help bring love and joy to everyone this season. Our objective is to build up maximum noise and raise funds for OSC, an annual charity campaign that is definitely worth "tagging" about.
MBA students are going to compete for charity again this Christmas! The Operation Santa Claus (OSC) 2016 MBA Charity Challenge encourages Hong Kong's future business leaders to apply their innovation, ingenuity and marketing how-how to raise funds for OSC 2016, helping 23 charities in need. The 50-day Challenge is going to launch in mid of November. Please go to FringeBacker and become a backer of their creative fundraising projects!
Po Leung Kuk has been dedicatedly serving the community for over 138 years, with caring for the less privileged as its prime objective. The Kuk has now over 270 units in the territory, offering quality social, education and medical services, and reaching over 500,000 people each year.
The "iRun for Color" fundraising event will be launched to raise funds for i-dArt, TWGHs: to promote art development for people with different abilities and to provide opportunities for these art lovers to make art as well as to realize their potential. As such, this race for people with intellectual disability carries a special meaning.
Fund raising can also be fun! Let's make the longest selfie chain and break the Guinness world record on 18 Dec at Kowloon Bay. Our target is to gather 1,000 participants to join and keep love rolls. Before that, don't miss the Seafront food market. You can enjoy food, drink & live band performance at HKUST seafront on 24 Nov