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Christmas Bazaars 2016

3 Oct

One way of getting your Christmas shopping done and support charities in Hong Kong is by visiting the numerous Christmas Bazaars. Here are a few to get you started:

HELENA MAY CHARITY BAZAAR
This is an annual event at Helena May where the public is welcome and can visit more than 50 stalls selling handmade crafts, jewellery, accessories, books etc.

Date: Thursday, 13 October 2016

Time: Please call the Helena May for details.

Place: The Helena May, 35 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong

MICHAELMAS FAIR 2016
michaelmas-fair_poster-2016_revA Hong Kong institution run each year by St John’s Cathedral, this fair offers games, marching bands, old books, household items, clothing stalls, book stalls, food and drink and much more. Fun for the entire family!

Date: Saturday, October 29 2016

Time: 10am to 4pm

Place: St. John’s Cathedral, Li Hall, 4-8 Garden Road, Central

SEDAN CHAIR RACE & BAZAAR
20121029-CNW-09_Superstar-Sedan-Chair-Race-for-CharityThe annual Sedan Chair Race is the main fundraising event of the Sedan Chair Charities Fund. The fund raised goes to support charitable organisations that are lesser known and have very limited resources to do fundraising themselves – none go to the Matilda International Hospital where the event is held each year. Watch as teams wearing all sorts of colourful costumes race by. There are also games and food stalls.

Date: Sunday, October 30 2016

Time: 10am to 1:30pm

Place: Matilda International Hospital, The Peak

SANDY BAY CHARITY FAIR at DKCH
Since 1981, the annual Sandy Bay Fair has been held on the first Saturday in November, from 10:00 am to 5:00pm. Held at the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay at Pokfulam, the Fair is legendary. Loads of bargains, lots of fun, laughter and delicious food as well as their famous limited edition Christmas cards. All net proceeds are used to support the Hospital to improve medical facilities.

If you can’t make it to the fair, you can order their Christmas cards by mail. To download this year’s catalogue, please click on this link.

Date: Saturday, 5 November 2016

Time: 10am – 5pm

Place: The Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay, 12 Sandy Bay Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

JWA ANNUAL CHARITY BAZAAR
The Jewish Women’s Association of Hong Kong (JWA) invites you and the whole family to their annual bazaar! It is slated to be bigger and better than before! Happy holidays and happy shopping! All proceeds will go to charity.

Date: Sunday, November 6 2016

Time: Please call the Jewish Women’s Association for more information.

Place: Island School, 20 Borrett Road, Mid-levels

LAMMA FUN DAY
cwsLamma Fun Day Beach Music Festival is one-day charity event with something for everyone live music on stage on the beach, DJs, market stalls, a licensed bar, arts and crafts, tasty food, free water, a charity auction, bric-a-brac stalls, plus sports and activities for kids during the day. Entrance is free – the event is run by volunteers and CWS Hong Kong, with the generous support of Lamma and Hong Kong businesses. Now in its 16th edition, this year’s event will raise money for education projects in Nepal.

Date: Saturday, November 12, 2016

Time: 11am till late

Place: Yung Shue Wan, Tai Wan To, Lamma Island

Italian Charity Day at Sandy Bay

14 Nov

iwa_colThe first Annual ‘Italian Charity Day at Sandy Bay’ was held in December 1983. This Fund Raising Event is organized by the Italian Women’s Association to raise funds for The Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay, a paediatric hospital specializing in orthopaedics, neurology and degenerative diseases.

The fair is an annual event which is held on the first Saturday of December. It has two main attractions: ‘II Mercatino’, a bazaar of products donated by Italian sponsors, and ‘Le Grazie’ restaurant serving authentic Italian dishes prepared by the local Italian community. People are welcome to reserve a table at the delicious restaurant or enjoy Italian dishes at the ‘Gourmet Corner’, at a minimal cost and with all proceeds supporting a worthy cause.

Date: Saturday, 5 December 2015

Time: 10am – 5pm

Location: Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital, Sandy Bay

Christmas Cards for Charity

3 Nov

xmas cards 15_Page_1Looking for cards for Christmas? And donate to charity? Take a look at these. Many of the cards are drawn by students, including those with special education needs. Money raised will benefit the The Society for Relief of Disabled Children.

xmas cards 15_Page_2Don’t wait, order yours now by downloading the catalogue and order form from their website.

xmas cards 15_Page_3About The Society for Relief of Disabled Children: The Society for Relief of Disabled Children believes every child has the right to live happy and fulfilling lives and they strive for a world in which disadvantaged children can grow fulfilled lives and contribute to society and realize their full potential.

xmas cards 15_Page_5The Society for Relief of Disabled Children is committed to:
– Promoting awareness of equality and freedom from discrimination in the community – Improving the children’s physical health by sponsoring medical, surgical and rehabilitation services
– Caring for their psychological wellbeing and mental mindset and by empowering them with love and care

Sandy Bay Charity Fair at DKCH

1 Nov

Sandy_Bay_Charity_FairSince 1981, the annual Sandy Bay Fair has been held on the first Saturday in November, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. Held at the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay at Pokfulam, the Fair is legendary and well attended by the public. Loads of bargains, lots of fun, laughter and delicious food. All net proceeds are used to support the Hospital to improve medical facilities.

So come and have some fun, and stock up on Christmas cards and gifts for friends and family.

Date: Saturday, 7 November 2015

Time: 10am – 5pm

Location: The Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay
12 Sandy Bay Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

Cost: Free

About The Society for Relief of Disabled Children: The Society for Relief of Disabled Children believes every child has the right to live happy and fulfilling lives and they strive for a world in which disadvantaged children can grow fulfilled lives and contribute to society and realize their full potential.

The Society for Relief of Disabled Children is committed to:
– Promoting awareness of equality and freedom from discrimination in the community – Improving the children’s physical health by sponsoring medical, surgical and rehabilitation services
– Caring for their psychological well being and mental mindset and by empowering them with love and care

Step Out for Children charity walk benefiting The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC)

23 Aug

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The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC) will be hosting an educational charity walk to help disabled children. In addition to the walk, there will be information booths to raise awareness on challenges that disabled children encounter, and how SRDC help them to address these challenges. Funds raised will go towards medical services supported by the SRDC.

The walk around Cyberport is a leisurely and scenic route.
Route: Cyberport Road > Sha Wan Drive > Sandy Bay Road > Victoria Road > Cyberport Road > The Arcade, Cyberport
Distance and Duration: About 6.4 km, about 2 – 3 hours with a carnival to follow

Date: 20th September, 2015

Time: Registration 9:00am, Start 10:00am

Location: Ocean View Court, The Arcade, Cyberport

Cost: A minimum donation of $200 is required to participate

Deadline for registration: 11 September 2015

For more information and to register, please follow this link to the SDRC website

About The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children : The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC) was established in 1953, with the mission to provide medical, surgical, rehabilitation and educational services to disabled children in Hong Kong. The Society, using funds generated by the generosity of the community, established a convalescent home in Sandy Bay in 1955 for children stricken with skeletal tuberculosis. The home initially had only 50 beds but was subsequently expanded in stages to become the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay (DKCH) in 1968 and was in the frontline fighting against tuberculosis, poliomyelitis and spinal deformities. The Hospital subsequently became internationally recognized for this work and remains a training center for surgeons and health workers from around the world.

The Society was responsible for the running cost of the Home and Hospital and ran the institutions on a day-to-day basis until 1991 when the Hong Kong Hospital Authority took over management of all public hospitals in Hong Kong. Despite the change in management, the Society still has a significant influence in the running of the Hospital and has continued to support the Hospital with specific needs or in emerging areas of child health that are not readily available in the public health care system. They have also expanded into other areas of medical social concerns that fulfill the mission of the Society.
Society for the relief of disabled children
Currently, the Society is supporting the following programmes:
– equipment purchase or upgrade at The Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay
– the Kids on the Block Puppet Troupe
– Doctor Fellowship Program – Overseas Orthopaedic Surgeons
– China Patient Project
– Implant Sponsorship
– Others, e.g. clinical research at HKU

Sandy Bay Charity Fair at Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital

2 Sep

sandy baySince 1981, the annual Sandy Bay Charity Fair has been held at the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay in Pokfulam. This year the Fair will be hald on 1 November. The Fair is legendary for loads of bargains, lots of fun, laughter and delicious food. The perfect occasion to stock up on Christmas presents and to donate to a worthy cause. All net proceeds are used to support the Hospital to improve medical facilities.

Date: Saturday, 1 November 2014

Time: 10am – 5pm

Location: The Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay, Pokfulam

About The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children : The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC) was established in 1953, with the mission to provide medical, surgical, rehabilitation and educational services to disabled children in Hong Kong. The Society, using funds generated by the generosity of the community, established a convalescent home in Sandy Bay in 1955 for children stricken with skeletal tuberculosis. The home initially had only 50 beds but was subsequently expanded in stages to become the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay (DKCH) in 1968 and was in the frontline fighting against tuberculosis, poliomyelitis and spinal deformities. The Hospital subsequently became internationally recognized for this work and remains a training center for surgeons and health workers from around the world.

The Society was responsible for the running cost of the Home and Hospital and ran the institutions on a day-to-day basis until 1991 when the Hong Kong Hospital Authority took over management of all public hospitals in Hong Kong. Despite the change in management, the Society still has a significant influence in the running of the Hospital and has continued to support the Hospital with specific needs or in emerging areas of child health that are not readily available in the public health care system. They have also expanded into other areas of medical social concerns that fulfill the mission of the Society.
Society for the relief of disabled children
Currently, the Society is supporting the following programmes:
– Providing disabled children with medical care in a loving environment in DKCH at Sandy Bay
– Offering specialist medical, orthopaedic and rehabilitation services
– Supporting clinical research in facilities built by the Society in DKCH
– Allowing ventilation dependent children to lead better lives and to have normal schooling at JF Kennedy Centre at Sandy Bay
– Supporting the Kids on the Block (KOB) Puppetry programme

Society for the Relief of Disabled Children Charity Bazaar

6 Jan

charity bazaar 2Do you miss the various charity bazaars dotting Hong Kong’s calendar before Christmas? Need to change your wardrobe, gifts for friends overseas? Then you should check out the Charity Bazaars benefiting the Society for the Relief of Disabled Children.

charity bazaarVolunteers from the Australian Association help to price, sort and check the items which are donated by companies. They help to setup the shop and manage the sales to customers. The Bazaar sells new clothing, household, toys, bags, stationery, toiletries, etc at very low prices. Just bring your own bag.

Date: 16-17 & 30-31 January 2013

Time: 10am-4pm

Location: Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital, 12 Sandy Bay Road, Pokfulam

About the charity: The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children (SRDC) was established in 1953, with the mission to provide medical, surgical, rehabilitation and educational services to disabled children in Hong Kong. The Society, using funds generated by the generosity of the community, established a convalescent home in Sandy Bay in 1955 for children stricken with skeletal tuberculosis. The home initially had only 50 beds but was subsequently expanded in stages to become the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital at Sandy Bay (DKCH) in 1968 and was in the frontline fighting against tuberculosis, poliomyelitis and spinal deformities. The Hospital subsequently became internationally recognized for this work and remains a training center for surgeons and health workers from around the world.

The Society was responsible for the running cost of the Home and Hospital and ran the institutions on a day-to-day basis until 1991 when the Hong Kong Hospital Authority took over management of all public hospitals in Hong Kong. Despite the change in management, the Society still has a significant influence in the running of the Hospital and has continued to support the Hospital with specific needs or in emerging areas of child health that are not readily available in the public health care system. They have also expanded into other areas of medical social concerns that fulfill the mission of the Society.

Currently, the Society is supporting the following programmes
:
– providing disabled children with medical care in a loving environment in DKCH at Sandy Bay
– offering specialist medical, orthopaedic and rehabilitation services
– supporting clinical research in facilities built by the Society in DKCH
– allowing ventilation dependent children to lead better lives and to have normal schooling at JF Kennedy Centre at Sandy Bay
– supporting the Kids on the Block (KOB) Puppetry programme

Their Vision and Mission:
The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children believes that every child has the right to live happy and fulfilling lives and The Society strives for a world in which disadvantaged children can grow fulfilled lives and contribute to society and realize their full potential.