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raised of US$6,410 flexible goal

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Launched: 14 Apr 2021

Funding ends: 3 Jul 2021

Senior Citizen Home Safety Association’s (‘SCHSA’)’s new fundraising campaign “Blessing of Peace in All Four Seasons” is to be held this year to raise funds for our Care-on-Call Charity Programme, in order to support the provision of free 24/7 assistance service to the elderly and others in need with financial difficulties.

 

Please join and support us:

A:  “Blessing of Peace in All Four Seasons” Online Fundraising Campaign.

We need your support to become the Online Fundraising Ambassador, and invite your families and friends to make online donation. Each Online Fundraising Ambassador and sponsor will receive 1 set of e-stickers with the theme of “Blessing of Peace in All Four Seasons”. Special awards and volunteer service hours will be entitled to outstanding Online Fundraising Ambassador.

 

 

B: “Blessing of Peace in All Four Seasons” special Gold Flag Set

SCHSA has designed a special Gold Flag Set with the theme of “Blessing of Peace in All Four Seasons”, along with a postcard. We need your support by making Gold Flag Donation! You may keep the Gold Flag Set as a souvenir or pass to your family and friends with postcard filled with your blessings! We will offer “Gold Flag Ambassador” Special Awards in this campaign.

Click for more information: www.schsa.org.hk/flagday

 

Remarks: Donations made on this page are only regarded as general donation, and will not be counted as the fundraising amount for the Online Fundraising Campaign or Gold Flag Donation. If you would like to register to the Campaign or support Gold Flag Donation, please visit: www.schsa.org.hk/flagday

 

Reference of Donation Amount:

  • $115 support ONE beneficiary the free use of “Personal Emergency Link”
  • $188 support ONE beneficiary the free use of “Safety Phone”
  • $303 support ONE elderly couple the free use of “Personal Emergency Link” and “Safety Phone”
  • $606 support TWO elderly couples the free use of “Personal Emergency Link” and “Safety Phone”