DSC International School has raised HK$110,000 for Operation Santa Claus, an annual fundraising campaign co-organised by South China Morning Post and RTHK.
The educational organisation’s 17th OSC event raised HK$35,000; group has raised more than HK$1.8 million since 2006.
Maxim’s Group will donate part of its revenue from selected Christmas offerings to Operation Santa Claus and has been supporting the charity drive for 15 years in a row.
Lan Kwai Fong Group’s BACI Trattoria & Bar raises funds for a good cause at its Santa Con charity event.
Firefighters host visitors from Operation Santa Claus beneficiaries at Fire and Ambulance Services Academy, with Kriss Kringle showing up to deliver presents.
Dietitians take break from calorie calculations to turn hands to making sweet treats as part of charity event at Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital.
Total of 27 teams compete in series of matches at Happy Valley Recreation Ground at annual event co-organised by Hong Kong Football Club and Operation Santa Claus.
Company manages revitalised venue and arranged for sign-language interpreters for visitors, who are SLCO Community Resources users.
Investment bank raises HK$5.4 million for annual charity campaign run by South China Morning Post and public broadcaster RTHK.
KPMG China credits Operation Santa Claus for helping it to connect with organisations that really need support.
Young students such as 11-year-old Wong Hau-tung relish chance to explore their creativity through hands-on workshops.
Secondary school students visit Credit Suisse offices under a programme organised by Women In Sports Empowered Hong Kong.
Event from December 1 to 4, held by Swire Properties in Quarry Bay, transformed street into garden with Christmas flowers made from old materials, including Cathay uniforms.
November 19 event raised HK$410,000 for annual fundraising drive organised by the Post and RTHK.
About 2,000 people thronged the Italian Women’s Association ‘Il Mercatino di IWA’ charity fair, which sold high-quality merchandise at cut prices.
City’s top golf club holds 2022 Cup of Kindness tournament to support local charities, with 230 players joining the action.
Its founder vows to ‘leave no children behind’ in educating the city’s next generation of inventors.
Foodlink ensures surplus meals from a host of outlets go to underprivileged Hongkongers, with new pop-up store to launch soon.
Integrated Brilliant Education Limited provides after-school classes to support the education of underprivileged non-Chinese-speaking children.
Pathways Foundation is one of 15 charities supported by Operation Santa Claus.
Women In Sports Empowered Hong Kong (WISE) delivers activities and workshops to help females gain confidence and take better control of their lives.
About 900 women sought and received help from Bethune House in each of the past two years.
Charity’s Operation Santa Claus project will enable special-needs children aged 18 or below to learn sign language.
Women who lost their jobs or are underemployed because of Covid-19 will be paid to declutter quadriplegics’ homes, says association.