ImpactHK founder, Jeff Rotmeyer (left) and Jose Raymundo M. Gabriel, aka “Bong”, a musician who found housing with the help of the charity. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong’s Big Sleep Out – spend a night under the stars to end homelessness

  • Supported by celebrities Helen Mirren and Will Smith, the global challenge aims to raise funds and awareness and increase empathy
  • Event to give the city’s homeless people a second chance and get them off the streets
Topic |   Health and wellness

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ImpactHK founder, Jeff Rotmeyer (left) and Jose Raymundo M. Gabriel, aka “Bong”, a musician who found housing with the help of the charity. Photo: Edward Wong
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Dr William Lo, chairman of Junior Achievement Hong Kong (centre), alongside Principal Irene Lai Yuen-shan, and teacher To Kwok-kuen, with Primary Six pupils at Pat Heung Central Primary School, in Yuen Long. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Monopoly-style game teaches Hong Kong children how to be little entrepreneurs

  • Junior Achievement Hong Kong, backed by Operation Santa Claus, wants to teach the next generation to be business leaders of tomorrow
  • The Monopoly style board game teaches children the value of entrepreneurship and how to ‘how to be their own boss’
Topic |   Operation Santa Claus

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Dr William Lo, chairman of Junior Achievement Hong Kong (centre), alongside Principal Irene Lai Yuen-shan, and teacher To Kwok-kuen, with Primary Six pupils at Pat Heung Central Primary School, in Yuen Long. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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