The fundraising drive, co-organised by South China Morning Post and RTHK, raised HK$16.7 million in 2020, topping the previous year’s HK$16.1 million.
Sophia Wu wins award in Sportsperson category, while Samuel Scroggie clinches prize in Visual Artist section.
Raymond Chan is second runner-up in Performing Arts category, while Genper Wong is first runner-up for Scientist and Mathematician group.
Yusuf Mohideen saw his parents suffering from racial exclusion, but is forging a new path with the help of Swire Pacific and the Zubin Foundation.
Student volunteer Mary To gets Best Improvement award, while Brian Ng is first runner-up in Community Contributor category.
Multitalented Dylan Robinson wins Grand Prize, while sustainability crusader Mimmy Leung wins Best Devotion to School award.
In December 2019, Ray Cordeiro decided to pre-sell 100 signed copies of his autobiography at HK$1,000 each, and pledged all proceeds to OSC 2020.
U12 Junior Tournament and Adult Corporate Tournament were held on November 29, while matches planned for December 6 had to be cancelled.
Parents buy tickets for their children who take part in Family Festival, and the proceeds are donated to Operation Santa Claus.
Hospital will make matching contributions for each donation of HK$200 for videos of staff dance numbers.
The consulate is donating 500 gift boxes to Operation Santa Claus beneficiaries, along with financial assistance.
The school network, a long-time supporter of Operation Santa Claus, this year hosted a virtual party for students, parents and teachers to raise funds for the needy.
Swedish furniture giant is donating a number of its products to the underprivileged as part of its collaboration with Operation Santa Claus.
The event was part of Dah Sing Bank’s contributions to Operation Santa Claus, a fundraising drive co-hosted by South China Morning Post and RTHK.
The company is collaborating with HandsOn Hong Kong and Feeding Hong Kong to donate unsold products from its over 200 bakery outlets across city.
Children from the Hong Kong Children in Need Foundation were invited to Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel for a Christmas workshop.
The bank contributed a matching donation for every dollar raised by employees, raising over 25 million Swiss francs for more than 1,400 charities.
The banking giant has been working with Operation Santa Claus, the fundraising of the South China Morning Post and RTHK, for over two decades.
From essentials to cookies, local Operation Santa Claus beneficiary J Life has seen its mission to feed the poor grow even more challenging amid Covid-19.
A donor to Operation Santa Claus, Sino Group says needy people do not only require financial help, but also educational, mental support.
The Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, which focuses on childhood literacy, notes city’s most vulnerable pay the price as pandemic affects fundraising.
A cooking campaign by the bank’s employees in Hong Kong raised more than HK$400,000 in three days, with proceeds going to Operation Santa Claus.
The club pledged to donate HK$250 for each ace in all of the matches in the main draw and raised HK$46,000 – to be split between charity Lok Sin Tong and Operation Santa Claus.
Swire Properties transforms annual Christmas fair into ‘White Christmas Express’ to portray hardship faced by Hongkongers during health crisis.
KPMG Hong Kong vows to maintain fundraising efforts despite the pandemic making that more difficult.
Tori Cowley, group chief communications officer of HKEX, says sustainability and philanthropy should be an integral part of all businesses.
All of the HK$229,220 raised from this year’s tournament will go to the annual fundraising drive by South China Morning Post and RTHK.
Special holiday postcards featuring classic Disney characters will be sold for just HK$10 each to raise money for Operation Santa Claus.
The club’s annual Cup of Kindness event was in support of the Home of Loving Faithfulness and Operation Santa Claus.
Programme for children aged 0 to 4 will be funded by Operation Santa Claus, jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and RTHK.
Programme is one of 19 beneficiaries of this year’s Operation Santa Claus, the annual fundraising initiative by the South China Morning Post and RTHK.
Kris Tong, executive director of TREATS, says social exclusion and isolation are two major problems such communities face in city.
Playright Children’s Play Association wants to make city parks more accessible to children with special needs, and entertaining for adults.
The programme’s creator, Christine Fung, took inspiration from her brother’s experience with ADHD, and his own love of sports.
Joint programme by Mind HK and KELY Support Group is among beneficiaries of Post’s Operation Santa Claus charity drive
Children increasingly battling depression and other issues as they endure poverty, physical abuse, forced marriage, social impact of Covid-19.
Affiliate of Wofoo Social Enterprises to launch effort promoting more minimalist, sustainable lifestyle, with help from Operation Santa Claus.
Hong Kong’s domestic helpers often find themselves trapped in cycles of debt, but Enrich HK is planning a programme to help them spot predatory lending terms – and avoid loans in the first place.
Senior Citizen Home Safety Association is one of 19 beneficiaries of this year’s Operation Santa Claus, a fundraising drive by the South China Morning Post and RTHK.
Operation Santa Claus gives PathFinders boost needed to fulfil mission.
The charity, which runs programmes for the city’s elderly and homeless, is one of 19 beneficiaries of the annual SCMP-RTHK fundraising initiative.
Most of the annual fundraiser’s events will move online this year, with proceeds benefiting charities helping ethnic minority communities, underprivileged seniors and children with ADHD, among others.