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Charity and Sponsorships
Charity and Sponsorships
Charity and Sponsorships
Charity and Sponsorships

'Building Homes with Heart' Caring Initiative Chinese New Year event for seniors

Staff take part in charitable events

Recognition from the Community Chest

Staff care about the community

The Group believes in good corporate citizenship and contributes to society by sponsoring a wide range of charitable and educational projects in Hong Kong and on the mainland. Its multi-faceted efforts to work for a harmonious community earned it the Caring Company designation for the twelfth year running, and its long-term support for the Community Chest earned it President's and Top Donor Awards.

'Building Homes with Heart' Caring Initiative

The Group's 'Building Homes with Heart' Caring Initiative provides timely, short-term assistance to families in difficulty as a result of accidents or natural disasters and involves SHKP volunteers using their professional skills to do basic repairs and maintenance for the disadvantaged. The Group, along with the government and non-profit organizations, put on festive events for the underprivileged.

Engaging Staff

The Group encourages its staff to participate in charity and fund-raising events such as the Hong Chi Climbathon to benefit the mentally handicapped children and Ngong Ping Charity Walk and more. It has also been one of the highest Fund-Raising Corporations in the Community Chest marathon for 19 consecutive years.

Supporting Major Hong Kong and Mainland Events

The Group supports major public events in Hong Kong and on the mainland, including the International Chinese New Year Night parade and Symphony of Lights show.

It supported 2008 Beijing Olympics with a donation towards construction of the Water Cube and was a 2008 Equestrian Events Property Developer Supporter, with its Royal Park Hotel in Sha Tin acting as the Olympic Village for Hong Kong.

It was also fully behind the East Asian Games in 2009. It organized hours of celebrations in the run up to the Games to encourage public participation, and it took underprivileged children and their families to watch the Games accompanied by Group volunteers.

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