Issue 13   April 2011

Certificate of Merit – Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2010/11

On 19th April 2011, “Little Links, Unlimited Dreams” project was honored the Certificate of Merit – Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2010/11presented by Hong Kong Council of Social Service. This project links up corporate volunteers to interact with children via means like storytelling, puppets and collages. Helping children develop their reading ability, creativity and self-confidence. Meanwhile, HAC also successfully nominated 25 corporations for the “caring company logo” presented by Hong Kong Council of Social Service.

70% of Parents Agree Reading Activities Help Children Concentrate

In the latest research initiated by HAC, over 70% of parents agree that reading activities help their children to concentrate better. And 60% agree that it helps their children to gain general knowledge and to develop their language skills.

Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club Raises Funds for Storytelling Promotion

On 23rd March 2011, the Irish Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong held a sports personality dinner in Causeway Bay.

Safe Internet for Children Workshops

As the partner of Microsoft Unlimited Potential project, HAC held three workshops on “Safe Internet for Children” for parents in Wong Tai Sin districts in March and April 2011. It was aimed to provide a basic knowledge of using computer and issues related to Internet safety, thus enabling parents to navigate Internet with their children in a safe and secured manner. There were 60 attendances in total for the workshops.

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