Kely Support Group

Letters

We must deal with problem of juvenile suicide

There has been yet another teenage suicide in Hong Kong ('Student jumps to his death in front of 600 teachers, classmates', May 25).

Wednesday, 26 May, 2010, 12:00am

Letters

Council can help Hong Kong move closer to becoming a green city

I am glad that with the Green Building Council, the government is taking one further step forward in the promotion of environmental protection in our society.

This is a controversial issue nowadays because of global warming; the problems on our planet are getting more serious.

29 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Anti-drug message at event

Christian Zheng Sheng College students joined hands with the police yesterday to hand out anti-drug leaflets at the Ani-com and Games fair.

Hong Kong Island regional crime prevention officer Chief Inspector Chan Kam-hoi said the event was teeming with young people and was a good time to promote the anti-drug message.

1 Aug 2009 - 12:00am

The long wait for care

Padraig Greene is a 10-year-old autistic boy who has no friends to invite to his birthday parties. He likes flapping the small bright-pink cushion that stimulates his vision, but a therapist has identified his favourite colour as blue. He can't speak Chinese but mumbles a few words in English.

29 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

Circus arts aim for schools

HKIEd and KELY Support Group press for training to be included in PE curriculum

More than 400 students and teachers from 17 local schools took part in a plate-spinning challenge last Sunday. They spun about 450 plates in one minute and are hoping to make the Guinness World Records.

14 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

HK$110m raised over two decades

Year after year, Operation Santa Claus confirms Hongkongers have big hearts

Celine Sun looks back on 20 years of fund-raising by Operation Santa Claus and finds the charity appeal has taken some giant strides

Twenty years ago, Operation Santa Claus was launched with HK$100,000 raised in its initial effort to help the city's needy.

31 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

In need of a helping hand

Beneficiaries of this year's Operation Santa Claus campaign

Children and young people

Chi Heng Foundation

Playright Children's Play Association

Kely Support Group

Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Tin Yuet Youth SPOT

HK Youth Arts Foundation

Elderly

24 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

List of beneficiaries

Children and young people

Chi Heng Foundation

Playright Children's Play Association

Kely Support Group

The HK Federation of Youth Groups Tin Yuet Youth SPOT

HK Youth Arts Foundation

Elderly

Heaven of Hope Sister Anne Skau Nursing Home

Senior Citizen Home Safety Association

15 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Learning to deal with depression

The key to helping depressed friends and fellow teenagers is to listen patiently and be supportive.

That is the message delivered by the Youth Suicide Prevention Project, according to the students who took part in the campaign.

It is organised by the KELY Support Group (KELY), Outward Bound and the Samaritans.

11 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Kely gives support to pupils in drugs war

Youngsters advised on what tactics to use if offered substances at school

'Stupid' and 'attention-seeking' were the terms used most often when four pupils described drug abusers in their international school.

22 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Campaign brightens up lives

This year's Operation Santa Claus will again brighten up the lives of those in need during the festive season.

Organised by the South China Morning Post and RTHK, the charity drive has managed to raise more than HK$104 million in cash, goods and services since it was launched two decades ago.

22 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

This year's beneficiaries

Family

Against Child Abuse Set up in 1979, it is the only NGO that specialises in child protection in Hong Kong.

Wish To support families at risk through educating parents, forums and assistance.

Christian Action Has promoted welfare of the poor and disadvantaged since 1950s.

15 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

This year's beneficiaries

Family

Against Child Abuse Set up in 1979, it is the only non-governmental organisation that specialises in child protection in Hong Kong.

Wish To support families at risk through educating parents, forums and professional assistance.

Christian Action Has promoted welfare of the poor and disadvantaged since 1950s.

15 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

A trick or two for participants

GABE project students to learn circus arts

The popular 'Get Active! Be Empowered!' (GABE) Youth Ambassador programme initiated by Kely Support Group and supported by Coca-Cola China will be held again this year.

8 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Talkback

What is the best way to support the film industry?

The decision by the Film Development Council to ignore new talent in its first funds distribution will prove another setback to the industry in Hong Kong.

The council has chosen 'established' studios as the beneficiaries of its paltry support for the industry.

18 Oct 2007 - 12:00am