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UNICEF 2019 Little Artists Big Dreams Drawing Competition

21 Dec

© UNICEF HK/2018

Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF HK) would like to invite you to their annual fundraising campaign, China Children’s Week 2019 – Little Artists Big Dreams Drawing Competition.

By joining the Little Artists Big Dreams Drawing Competition, children can express their wishes for a better world and send blessings to vulnerable children while raising funds for mothers and children in rural China, championing the spirit of ‘kids helping kids’.

© UNICEF China

Funds raised from the event will support the ‘Cash Transfers for Deprived Children‘ Project in rural China, which aims to improve the health of mothers and their babies in rural China, and avoid newborn deaths.

Theme: For every child, a better world

Groups: Open to children aged 12 or under in 3 groups
A. Aged under 6;
B. Aged 7-9;
C. Aged 10-12

On-site activities:
– Booth games
– Parent-child workshops
– Charity sales

Prize and Certificate:
– 1st Prize, 2nd Prize, 3rd Prize and 20 Consolation Prizes for each age group
– Each participant will receive an e-certificate of participation through e-mail

Date: Saturday, 23 February 2018

Time: 12-6pm

Place: Central and Western District Promenade – Central Section (Near Tamar Park)

Public Enrolment: From 18 December 2018 to 1 February 2019
Enrolment donation:
HK$280 (includes a complimentary entry, a basic drawing kit, a game ticket, an elite workshop one-time pass and a LEGO® CITY / LEGO® Friends gift pack*)
*Participant would receive the randomly assigned LEGO® gift pack upon submission of drawing on the event

Enrolment deadline:
– 25 January 2018 (Friday) for submission of printed application form
– 1 February 2018 (Friday) for online enrolment
Enrolment is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

For more information, please contact Ms. Sandy Yeung at 2833 6139 or email to event01@unicef.org.hk

About Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF HK): Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF HK) was founded in 1986 and was established as an independent local non-government organization to raise funds through public donations, partnerships with companies, special events, etc. to support UNICEF’s work. UNICEF HK also promotes and advocates for children’s rights via organizing education and youth programmes in Hong Kong.

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Signed copy of Heroes by Stephen Fry up for grabs, benefiting Room to Read

6 Dec

This December, Bookazine is supporting Room to Read once again by running a silent auction. All Bookazine customers are invited to place a bid to buy an exclusive signed copy of ‘Heroes‘ by the magnificent Stephen Fry. Branded with Stephen Fry’s unique charm, this brand new collection of his retelling of the bold and heart-stirring adventures of mortal heroes in Greek mythology is a must-read for fan of Fry as well as Greek mythology. Heroes is the story of what we mortals are truly capable of – at our worst and our very best.

There is only one copy up for grabs so if you’re interested, keep an eye on the auction and be sure to place a winning bid! Just follow the link here.

All the proceeds of the auction will be donated to Room to Read to help them establish a library in India.

*The silent auction will be running from December 1st-15th. Bidders have to be 18 or above. The name of the winner will be announced on Bookazine social media on December 17th, 2018.
**The donations and bids will be in USD.

“Light Up a Life” Christmas Concert

2 Dec


Christmas is the season about love and sharing. “Light Up a Life” is a special and meaningful way to honor and memorialize the loved ones. “Light Up a Life” Christmas Concert, an annual occasion organised by the Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care, is a heart-warming programme of Traditional Festive Music with a Tree Lighting Ceremony that takes place every year in early December.

Date: Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Time: 7:30 – 9pm

Place: St. John’s Cathedral, Garden Road, Central

Price: $250, to buy your tickets, please follow this link

For more information please email sphc@hospicecare.org.hk

About The Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care: Established in 1986, the Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care is a non-profit organisation in Hong Kong promoting hospice and palliative care, providing bereavement counselling, and conducting research into and raising public awareness of end-of-life issues and care.

Matilda International Hospital Carols by Candlelight

23 Nov

Join Matilda International Hospital to celebrate Christmas with friends and family in their spectacular heritage site this December.

Christmas choirs, Father Christmas and snowmen will star in the Carols by Candlelight Charity Event at the Matilda International Hospital at 6-8pm on Tuesday, 4 December 2018. Admission to the charity event is free, and open to all. It is a festive evening, a time to enjoy being close to loved ones, listen to carols, savour specialty Christmas foods, and embrace the true spirit of giving at Christmas.

All sales proceeds will go to the Matilda Children’s Foundation, which provides life-changing surgeries to children with no other means of assistance.

Date: Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Time: 6-8pm

Place: Grounds of Matilda International Hospital, 41 Mount Kellett Road, The Peak

A free shuttle bus runs between the Peak Galleria (Public Transport Terminus) and Matilda International Hospital at the Peak from 5:15pm to 8:10pm on 4 December (Tuesday). Additional shuttle buses will depart from hospital to Central after the event.

Event highlights: Choir performance, Father Christmas, Grotto, games and sale stalls, Christmas food delights

Enquiry: 2849 0355

About Matilda Children’s Foundation : In 2003 Matilda International Hospital established the Matilda Children’s Foundation to raise money for life-changing surgery for children in need. Matilda doctors and teams volunteer to help the foundation, donating time, expertise, money and resources for surgery.

The charity has provided treatment and care for over 60 children from the region. Every dollar raised goes to the Foundation.

WWF-Hong Kong Flag Day Volunteers needed

13 Nov

Lend your support for WWF-Hong Kong by signing up to be their Flag Day volunteer.

To sign up, please follow this link and scroll down to the four different registration forms.

Date: Saturday, 15 December 2018

Time: 7am – 12:30pm

Place: Hong Kong Island

Contact:
Tel: 2526-1011 (Select language then press 4, 5, 0)
Email: flagday@wwf.org.hk

About WWF-Hong Kong: WWF-Hong Kong was founded in 1981 and is an integral part of WWF’s global network. Their work began with managing Mai Po Nature Reserve and conserving iconic species. Over the years, WWF-Hong Kong has expanded and adjusted their mission to better serve Hong Kong’s conservation and education needs and align themselves with WWF’s global strategy.

Jazz for Mental Health

29 Oct

Support the destigmatisation of mental health and celebrate the winners of the Mind HK Media Awards 2018.

Mind HK and KELY Support Group invite you to join Jazz for Mental Health for a night of fabulous food, jazz music by the amazing Janaia Farrell, inspirational speakers, and an opportunity to make a difference to mental health in Hong Kong. This is a formal event where people passionate about breaking the stigma around mental health join together for one evening. They will be announcing the winners of the Mind HK Media Awards 2018 and celebrating the journalists who have challeneged perceptions of mental health.

The charity dinner will be held on Thursday, 15 November at The Repulse Bay. The event includes drinks on the Front Lawn, open bar, a gourmet dinner, and live jazz entertainment. Speakers will talk on Coolmind’s youth mental health work, Mind HK’s upcoming projects, and their own lived experiences. The event will be hosted by CNN International Correspondent Anna Coren.

This night is an opportunity for you to be a partner in showing that mental health matters in Hong Kong. Join Mind HK in supporting mental health in our city.

*All ticket proceeds go to Coolminds, Mind HK and KELY Support Group‘s youth mental health initiative.

Date: Thursday, 15 November 2018

Time: 6:30 – 11:30pm

Place: The Repulse Bay

Price:
Individual Ticket: HKD 1500
Table (Max 12 people): HKD 35000
– To purchase a table or enquire about corporate sponsorship, please email media@mind.org.hk

Dress Code: Black Tie Optional

To buy tickets please follow this link to Pelago

About Mind HK: Mind HK provides online support and interventions, based on global best practice, to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.

Through public campaigns and events, Mind HK will improve awareness and understanding around mental health, which in turn will influence decision makers to establish a comprehensive mental health policy in Hong Kong.

Mind HK’s training and international speakers will help you to understand mental health and learn how you can help others.

Mind HK’s research will highlight how Mind Hong Kong and others can work to best help Hong Kong’s population.

At least one in seven people in Hong Kong will experience a mental health problem. Mind HK believes that no-one should have to face this alone.

Volunteer for Make-A-Wish Hong Kong’s Trees Of Hope 2018 Charity Sales Counter

26 Oct


With the continuous support and sponsorship from The Peninsula Hong Kong, Trees of Hope, Make-A-Wish Hong Kong‘s annual Christmas fundraising event will be held from 1 December 2018 to 31 December 2018. People who purchase ornaments at Make-A-Wish Hong Kong counter can make a wish by hanging it on the Christmas tree as a blessing to children with critical illnesses.

Your contribution, effort and kindness will help make more wishes come true. Please join Make-A-Wish Hong Kong this Christmas to bring hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions! Your support is essential to their success. Program details are as below:

Volunteer :
Date: 1 December 2018 (Sat) to 31 December 2018 (Sat) (*Partial availability will be considered)
Location: Lobby, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
Time: 09:45am – 08:15pm (3 sessions per day)
1st session: (AM) 09:45am – 01:30pm
2nd session: (PM) 01:15pm – 05:00pm
3rd session: (Evening) 04:45pm – 08:15pm

Target: Age 16-75,fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin or English

Duties:
.Assist in charity sales
.Stock management
.Introduce our organization whenever possible

Enrollment: Please click here to apply and fill the online application form.

Should you have any enquiries, please contact Katy/Hilda at 3101 2831 or email at wish@makeawish.org.hk

Remarks:
★ Volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a guardian
★ Individual volunteer need to participate in at least 2 sessions
★ Max. number of volunteers for each session: 2

Part-Time Staff :
Date: 1 December 2018 (Sat) to 31 December 2018 (Sat) (*Partial availability will be considered)
Location: Lobby, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
Time: 09:45am – 08:15pm
Quota: max. 1/each day
Salary: HK$45/hour
Duties:
.Manage daily operation of the counter and stock management
.Introduce our organization whenever possible
.Volunteer management
.Applicants who speak fluent Cantonese and English are welcomed
.Applicants with relevant sales experience are welcomed

Enrollment: Please click here to fill in the online application form

Should you have any enquiries, please contact Katy/Hilda at 3101 2831 or email at wish@makeawish.org.hk

About Make-A-Wish Hong Kong : Make-A-Wish Hong Kong was founded in 1989. They registered as a charity in Hong Kong in 1998 (registration number: 91/5366) and now, at their 20th anniversary, Make-A-Wish Hong Kong has granted nearly 2,000 wishes to children with critical illness aged between 3 and 17, in Hong Kong and Macau, to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

Headquartered in the United States, Make-A-Wish is the world’s largest wish-granting organization and have 41 affiliates serving over 50 countries and territories. Collectively they have realized 450,000 children’s wishes worldwide since 1980.