ALTHOUGH charity work is done for love and not for fame, 10 of Hong Kong's biggest stars have found themselves honoured for their unselfish contributions to society. Andy Lau, Alan Tam, Chow Yun-fatt, Sandy Lam, Josephine Siao, Sheung Yee, Kwan Tak-hing, Eric Tsang, Jacky Cheung and Sally Yeh have been chosen the winners of the first ''Ten Most Distinguished Artists Volunteer Recognition Campaign''. The campaign, co-organised by Radio Television Hong Kong and the Agency for Volunteer Service, was established to honour show business personalities who eagerly took part in volunteer service and made themselves a good role model for teenagers to follow. The winning artists were nominated by recognised social service organisations and selected by considering the time they spent on social service and the content and target of their community work, in addition to comments made by the nominating organisations. At the prize presentation ceremony, heart-throb Andy Lau said he never expected to receive any prize for doing community service. He did not do it for fame and would rather not let anyone know. ''I hope another 10 artists will receive the honour next year because it will mean more and more people are involving themselves in volunteer work,'' Lau said. Mr Ngai Bing-long, Deputy Head of RTHK Radio 2, said he hoped the promotion of the message - ''Care for the society and serve the community'' - by the winning artists, would encourage more people to take part in volunteer service. The station is planningto organise the campaign annually. At the ceremony, a team of 13 members of the Saint James' Settlement Rehabilitation Division performed a rock 'n' roll dance. Elderly members of the Tai Koo Shing Elderly Service Project staged a drama and several handicapped members of the Hong Kong Red Cross John Kennedy Centre sang a song in chorus. Several of the winning artists were scheduled to visit the Project Care King Lam Small Group Home during the weekend.