Buy a chocolate bunny and give children from poor families a taste of the good life
Every Easter, the Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children and chocolatier Lindt join forces for kids in low-income families or homes affected by domestic violence or abuse by raising money through the sale of its gold chocolate bunnies. This year is no exception. Since March 20 and continuing until April 16, HK$5 from the sale of the gold-foiled chocolate rabbits, which cost HK$58, will go to the charity.
To give the campaign an extra punch, the society will set up a booth at Kowloon Tong's Festival Walk mall tomorrow, which will continue until Monday. In addition to selling the gold bunnies, they will also accept donations.
The chocolate rabbit is hard to resist and it's such a small cost, but for such a good cause. They are now available at various department stores and chain retail outlets, including the Great Food Hall, Taste, Jason's The Market Place and selected Watsons. For more information, call 2238 0800 or 2526 5829.