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Heifer International

Online charity stores offer wide range of gifts for worthy causes

It is never easy choosing the right Christmas present. Do you go for that new Louis Vuitton bag, the Patek Philippe watch or a 10-metre stretch of road on the mainland and a new toilet for a family in Nepal?

Sunday, 13 December, 2009, 12:00am

There's always hope

Ayoung survivor of the Sichuan earthquake said the tragedy changed her outlook on life and urged Hong Kong students to cherish what they have.

He Yan, 13, was speaking at a forum organised by the charity Heifer International - Hong Kong (Heifer HK) last week.

21 Jan 2009 - 12:00am

Nokia donation takes corporate responsibility out to the people

Nokia China this month announced that it will give Euro6 million (HK$68.3 million) to non-governmental organisation Plan China to finance more than 1,200 nursery and early childhood care centres across the country.

19 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Films share message of Heifer's concern

Pandas and beluga whales will soon visit more than 15,000 Hong Kong schoolchildren in a partnership between National Geographic and a local non-profit organisation.

7 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Give the gift of a goat

Ever wanted to make a charitable donation but been unsure how to best direct your efforts? Should you give away your old clothes, some food maybe, or just plain old cash?

Well, now there is another option. A four-legged option.

28 May 2004 - 12:00am

Booking extra food for the needy

Students at Kiangsu and Chekiang College are taking part in a readathon to raise money to buy farm animals for the poor in the mainland.

They joined pupils from Hong Kong International School, Science Workshop and Chinese International School to take part in the 'Read to Feed' programme organised by the charity, Heifer International.

14 Feb 2004 - 12:00am

Book consumers provide food

Primary students at the Hong Kong International School are taking pledges to read books to raise money for the needy in China. In the 'Read to Feed' programme sponsored by Heifer International, farm animals will be bought and lent out to families.

2 Feb 2002 - 12:00am