Dress Casual Day 2014
This year’s Dress Casual Day will be held on Tuesday, 30 September 2014, the day before National Day. Participant who donates HK$60 or more (no minimum donation amount set for students) will be provided with a Dress Casual Day sticker and can dress in casual wear to work / school on that day to show their care for the less privileged.[More]
The Community Chest Flag Day 2014
Flag Day 2014 will be held on Saturday, 15 November 2014. It can help foster a sense of care and responsibility among the participating students and volunteers, and at the same time provide them an opportunity to experience the joy of serving the community. All donations raised from Flag Day will be allocated in full to the Chest's over 150 member agencies which provide a wide range of social services to benefit over 2.3 million needy in Hong Kong.[More]
The Community Chest Green Day 2014
The forthcoming Community Chest Green Day will be held on 16 & 17 November 2014 (Sunday & Monday) to raise funds to benefit the “Medical and Health Services” supported by The Community Chest. We aim to encourage participants to Act Green & Live Green. By making a donation of HK$65 or more, each participant will receive a set of Community Chest Green Day Commemorative Twin Tickets to enjoy unlimited rides on the MTR on 16 and 17 November 2014 respectively. Community Chest Green Day Commemorative Twin Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis while stocks last.[More]
Love Teeth Day 2014
By joining Love Teeth Day on Wednesday, 28 January 2015, you can remind yourself to take care of your teeth whilst showing your love to those in need.[More]
Skip Lunch Day (Friday, 20.3.2015)
The forthcoming Skip Lunch Day will be held on Friday, 20 March 2015 to benefit the “Services for Street Sleepers, Residents in Cage Homes and Cubicles” supported by The Community Chest. By making a donation of HK$35 or more, each donor will receive a Skip Lunch Day Coupon as a token of appreciation. Skip Lunch Day Coupons will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis while stocks last.[More]

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