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Issue 15   June 2011
   

Inclusion Sand Sculpturing Competition & Social Capital Carnival

With the support from The Community Investment and Inclusion Fund, Lamma Island centre of HAC is able to promote the idea of racial integration and a sustainable Lamma.

In order to present the successful experience of this project, Lamma Island Centre is holding the Care and Inclusion Sand Sculpturing Competition& Social Capital Carnival on 13th August, 2011 at the Power Station Beach at Yung Shue Wan on Lamma Island. The goal of this eventis to enhance the parent-child communication and the spirit of mutual help and care.

Sharing in Tai-O

On 11 June 2011, some twenty corporate volunteers from Kerry Holdings Limited gathered at Tai O to prepare 500 pieces of presents for the needy elderly people. Vermicelli, oil and fruits were included in the “love packages”. The inhabitants appreciated the kind heart from these volunteers, and their care for the people living in a remote area. Volunteers shared that they seldom got chance to visit Tai O, it was a good time for them to talk to the friendly elderly.

 

NWS Hong Kong Geo Wonders Hike

NWS Holdings Limited invited the “Smart Mentors and Mentees” to participate in “NWS Hong Kong Geo Wonders Hike” on 14 May 2011, learning the geographical and environmental protection knowledge in Hong Kong.

Siu Kwan Ho, a participant, and his younger brother shared that the guide was very informative. They also found the pattern on rocks very interesting under a magnifying glass.

The Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club Raised fund for the holistic dvelopment of children

Early this year, the Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club helped HAC raised HK$65,000 in a charity dinner. Mr. Mark Loynd, committee member of the Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club presented the cheque to our Executive Director and children members. HAC will make good use of the donation for its future operations and plans, including but not limited to sports trainings, and the storytelling services through which parents are trained to deliver stories in diversified ways, to enhance the parent-child interaction and communication, helping them grow up happily, healthily and to their fullest potential.

Address:5/F Chuk Yuen Estate Community Centre, 11 Chuk Yuen Road, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
Tel.: 2338 8147  Fax: 2338 8528  E-mail: info@hac.org.hk
Website: www.hac.org.hk, www.storytelling.org.hk
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