FREE videos will be available at all KPS stores on Christmas Day - as long as you make a donation of at least $8 for each tape. Those who make the largest donation in each store will receive 99 coupons, and the one who gives the most in the territory will get 999 coupons. KPS Retail Stores, the biggest sponsor for Operation Santa Claus last year, reaffirms its support for the campaign this year and hopes customers will help them top last year's $430,000. KPS managing director, Garrie Roman, said: 'Christmas is a time for love. Love means to show you give, and giving is more fun than receiving . . . whether you are poor or wealthy here's an opportunity to give. 'The reason we love or give is basically for children. Operation Santa Claus is helping children build schools in China and keep young kids off the streets.' This year's Operation Santa Claus, jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and RTHK Radio 3, aims to help the Sowers Action and Youth Outreach. Yesterday, on the last trading day before Christmas, a festive atmosphere filled the trading hall of the Hong Kong Futures Exchange for a sale of Christmas hats for Operation Santa Claus. The sea of traders had one thing in common on their heads - a Christmas hat, which testifies to their charitable heart and their concern for the less fortunate members of the younger generation. The hats, sponsored by J. P. Morgan, were exchanged for their contribution to a fund before they entered the trading hall. The Futures Exchange, with the help of their member firms, which had made corporate donations, raised $74,630, including donations of $10,000 from Morgan Stanley Asia and Merryl Lynch Asia Pacific. Christmas songs performed by Eastern District and Tuen Mun children choirs will be heard in Kowloon and Sha Tin railway stations today, on Sunday and on Monday. The Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation will arrange the carol singing and give watches to passengers who donate $100 or more. Donation boxes will also be placed in front of the choir. Last weekend, Mad Dogs in Central raised $10,851 from a pub crawl. More donations are expected as Esprit has promised to contribute $1 for every garment sold in their stores this month. Cheques of between $500 and $1,000 can win donors a return United Airlines Connoisseur Class ticket to New York. CHEQUES should be made payable to Operation Santa Claus 1995 and sent to Operation Santa, PO Box 70200, Kowloon Central Post Office. Donations can also be dropped in collection boxes at the following locations: Urban Properties at City One, Mei Foo Sun Chuen and Park Lane Shoppers Boulevard, all KPS, Esprit and Body Shop stores, GoDown, Conrad Hotel, Carnegies, Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Furama Hotel, Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Mad Dogs in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, Joe Bananas, Ali Oli Delicatessen and Pepperoni's at Sai Kung, KHF & Associates in Cheung Chau, all Espresso Americano stores, the Bull and Bear pub in Central, the Beach Resort Hotel in Sai Kung, Al's Diner, Oscar's, Post 1997, Va Bene, Hanagushi, Beirut, Uncle Russ, Tokio Jo, California, Top Dog and Petticoat Lane.