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The Christmas 2018 edition helped 13 charities across the city.
More than 500 officers take part in Fanling event, which includes relay race and pulling armoured vehicle.
The hotel group gave youngsters from across the city some seasonal cheer, with its top executives dressing up as Santa’s helpers.
Games and gifts on offer at event for beneficiaries of ChickenSoup Foundation, which provides tutoring and child care services.
Medical staff don aprons to try their hand at tortilla challenge, among other fun and games to mark end of month-long campaign.
Centres in Tung Chung and Discovery Bay hold sponsored walkathons.
Display comprises 1,650 sketch cards drawn by duo and decorated by fans and supporters.
Firm raises HK$30,000 for Operation Santa Claus through annual quiz
Asia Pacific Soccer Schools and Hong Kong Football Club the big winners at Pok Fu Lam competition.
Workshop was held in conjunction with Hong Kong Federation of the Blind.
Volunteers lace up their sports shoes at Wan Chai’s Southorn Stadium and hit the court for fundraising campaign.
Bankers dress up for lunchtime Christmas market to raise funds for charity drive.
Retailer’s Hong Kong stores are offering a gift-wrapping service until Boxing Day and asking customers to donate HK$10.
Senior staff from Morgan Stanley compete in public event at International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon, alongside students from Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children.
Dressed up as Father Christmas, about 150 runners take three different routes around Kennedy Town.
Team from Sino Group visits residents at Precious Blood Children’s Village to spread a little festive cheer as part of Operation Santa Claus.
About 20 bidders vie for a total of 12 lots during a charity breakfast held at Grappa’s Cellar in Central.
Volunteers from restaurant’s work force spend quality time with three Kwun Tong siblings and their grandmother.
Staff from Hong Kong’s Gold Coast Hotel help teach 30 youngsters how to make gingerbread men at Christmas party.
The charity, which assists poor families with home repairs, treated its beneficiaries to a Christmas party.
Law Chi-kwong addresses forum for training programme sponsored by Operation Santa Claus.
Honma Hong Kong Open Charity Cup staged last month received huge support from partners and donors.
‘Run for a Claus’ contestants must complete various tasks around the city as they raise money for Operation Santa Claus.
City leader Carrie Lam officiates at opening ceremony, noting event’s contribution to youth empowerment.
Christian charity HOPE Worldwide aims to fill gap in affordable dental services for needy with care programme.
The Hong Kong Federation of the Blind, an Operation Santa Claus beneficiary, hopes to do larger-scale renovation work for 100 households over the next two years.
Caritas Jockey Club Lok Yan School planning to give pupils classified as ‘complex medical cases’ more meal choices after help from Operation Santa Claus.
ChickenSoup Foundation provides practical and financial support for disadvantaged households.
‘When you are so well received, you also want to give back,’ group’s president says, ahead of event at Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital, Sandy Bay.
Scheme set up by Mind HK and KELY Support Group holding activities to give mental health information to teachers, parents and pupils
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