Sustainable Development
Reaching out to the Community?

Integrating CSR into our business, K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH") is committed to giving back to the society and helping people in need. We are so proud to see our staff rolling up their sleeves for blood donation. Thanks everyone who dedicated their time and stepped up to give back!

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Integrating CSR into our business, K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH") is committed to giving back to the society and helping people in need. We are so proud to see our staff rolling up their sleeves for blood donation. Thanks everyone who dedicated their time and stepped up to give back!

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KWIH has been devoted to supporting charity causes and giving back to society. Riding on the "1 June Children's Day", staff volunteers from KWIH Shanghai, Nanjing and Suzhou participated in a "Care for Children" campaign.

On 5 June, volunteers from KWIH Shanghai visited CereCare Wellness Centre for Children ("CereCare") in Xuhui District to offer donation and necessities. Established in 2003, CereCare is a registered non-profit organisation which provides rehabilitation education and creates a warm environment for children with cerebral palsy. Marking the sixth consecutive year of visit, volunteers were happy to see that both physical and mental conditions of the children have been improving gradually under continuous care.

On 30 May, volunteers from KWIH Nanjing visited Amity Bakery, a social enterprise set up by The Amity Foundation to provide occupational training for the disabled. The volunteers showed their support through making and selling charity cookies.

On 15 May, volunteers from KWIH Suzhou paid a visit to a special education school at Hushuguan Town, Gaoxin District. The school is specialised in enhancing social adaptability of children with intellectual disabilities. Together with the teachers and caretakers, volunteers and children had a fun day creating artistic masks and playing interactive games together. 

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KWIH has been devoted to supporting charity causes and giving back to society. Riding on the "1 June Children's Day", staff volunteers from KWIH Shanghai, Nanjing and Suzhou participated in a "Care for Children" campaign.

On 5 June, volunteers from KWIH Shanghai visited CereCare Wellness Centre for Children ("CereCare") in Xuhui District to offer donation and necessities. Established in 2003, CereCare is a registered non-profit organisation which provides rehabilitation education and creates a warm environment for children with cerebral palsy. Marking the sixth consecutive year of visit, volunteers were happy to see that both physical and mental conditions of the children have been improving gradually under continuous care.

On 30 May, volunteers from KWIH Nanjing visited Amity Bakery, a social enterprise set up by The Amity Foundation to provide occupational training for the disabled. The volunteers showed their support through making and selling charity cookies.

On 15 May, volunteers from KWIH Suzhou paid a visit to a special education school at Hushuguan Town, Gaoxin District. The school is specialised in enhancing social adaptability of children with intellectual disabilities. Together with the teachers and caretakers, volunteers and children had a fun day creating artistic masks and playing interactive games together. 

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Guangzhou Huicheng office of KWIH donated RMB100,000 to Guangzhou Huadu Charity Association to set up a three-year fund, with an aim to provide financial assistance and organise visits to needy single mothers in Huadu district. As a celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival, staff from Huicheng office visited 20 underprivileged single-mother families earlier, offered them sticky rice dumplings and other necessities to share support and care.

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Guangzhou Huicheng office of KWIH donated RMB100,000 to Guangzhou Huadu Charity Association to set up a three-year fund, with an aim to provide financial assistance and organise visits to needy single mothers in Huadu district. As a celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival, staff from Huicheng office visited 20 underprivileged single-mother families earlier, offered them sticky rice dumplings and other necessities to share support and care.

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Jointly organised by KWIH Shanghai, Shanghai Children's Foundation and Shanghai Children's Medical Centre, an interactive drama was presented to the children and parents of the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre. The drama aimed to light up the children's spirit and alleviate their anxiety and negative emotions, hoping that they can recover soon.

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Jointly organised by KWIH Shanghai, Shanghai Children's Foundation and Shanghai Children's Medical Centre, an interactive drama was presented to the children and parents of the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre. The drama aimed to light up the children's spirit and alleviate their anxiety and negative emotions, hoping that they can recover soon.

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KWIH joined hands with St. James' Settlement to host the "Pizza Master Chef & Movie Appreciation". KWIH staff volunteers participated in a pizza-making workshop with 21 children benefited from the support of St. James' Settlement, to make their own flavour of pizza and visit the kitchen in Pizza Hut. Beneficiaries were also accompanied by our volunteers to enjoy the new movie. The group had a great weekend eating lots of delicious pizza and watching movie together!

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KWIH joined hands with St. James' Settlement to host the "Pizza Master Chef & Movie Appreciation". KWIH staff volunteers participated in a pizza-making workshop with 21 children benefited from the support of St. James' Settlement, to make their own flavour of pizza and visit the kitchen in Pizza Hut. Beneficiaries were also accompanied by our volunteers to enjoy the new movie. The group had a great weekend eating lots of delicious pizza and watching movie together!

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Upholding the belief that "Giving back to the society from which one is benefitted", K. Wah Group is committed to supporting various charitable causes while fulfilling its corporate social responsibility. Riding on the "1 June Children's Day", the volunteers from KWIH Shanghai and KWIH Nanjing carried out a "Caring for Children" activity.

On 5 June, the volunteers from KWIH Shanghai paid a visit to "CereCare Wellness Centre for Children" (CereCare), which is a registered non-profit organization that aims to provide rehabilitation education to children with cerebral palsy, to bring love and care to them together with donation and daily necessities. This marked the fifth consecutive year that volunteers from Shanghai have visited CereCare. With the continuous love and care, both mental and physical conditions of the children have gradually improved. During the visit, volunteers of KWIH Shanghai greeted the children and joined the rehabilitation course. Afterwards, the children used their sincere voice to perform a song for the volunteers and the volunteers also cheered the children by singing an inspirational song and sending festive blessings.

On 30 May, volunteers from KWIH Nanjing paid a visit to Nanjing Guxiong Primary School, showing love and care to the underprivileged students. Founded in 2001, Nanjing Guxiong Primary School is formerly known as Nanjing Oasis Machine Factory Workers' Children School. Volunteers learnt about the school life of students from the school's representative, and distributed festive gifts along with their blessing to the students. Volunteers also shared a book named "Three Days to See" with the students who have expressed strong interest and proactively participated in the activity. Later, students showed their learning results by performing a unique ethnic music to the volunteers. Both the students and volunteers of KWIH Nanjing spent a wonderful and meaningful time together.

 

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Upholding the belief that "Giving back to the society from which one is benefitted", K. Wah Group is committed to supporting various charitable causes while fulfilling its corporate social responsibility. Riding on the "1 June Children's Day", the volunteers from KWIH Shanghai and KWIH Nanjing carried out a "Caring for Children" activity.

On 5 June, the volunteers from KWIH Shanghai paid a visit to "CereCare Wellness Centre for Children" (CereCare), which is a registered non-profit organization that aims to provide rehabilitation education to children with cerebral palsy, to bring love and care to them together with donation and daily necessities. This marked the fifth consecutive year that volunteers from Shanghai have visited CereCare. With the continuous love and care, both mental and physical conditions of the children have gradually improved. During the visit, volunteers of KWIH Shanghai greeted the children and joined the rehabilitation course. Afterwards, the children used their sincere voice to perform a song for the volunteers and the volunteers also cheered the children by singing an inspirational song and sending festive blessings.

On 30 May, volunteers from KWIH Nanjing paid a visit to Nanjing Guxiong Primary School, showing love and care to the underprivileged students. Founded in 2001, Nanjing Guxiong Primary School is formerly known as Nanjing Oasis Machine Factory Workers' Children School. Volunteers learnt about the school life of students from the school's representative, and distributed festive gifts along with their blessing to the students. Volunteers also shared a book named "Three Days to See" with the students who have expressed strong interest and proactively participated in the activity. Later, students showed their learning results by performing a unique ethnic music to the volunteers. Both the students and volunteers of KWIH Nanjing spent a wonderful and meaningful time together.

 

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A volunteer group formed by the K. Wah Staff of Huicheng and Guangyu travelled from Guangzhou to Woshui Town, Liannan County, Qingyuan City over a 4-hour trip to visit children living in the countryside. They paid a visit to a primary school in the mountain area with only 8 teachers and 61 students. In addition to giving out supplies such as school bags, sportswear and shoes, they also spent time with the children in fun games. Volunteers were followed by visits to the homes of underprivileged students after long walks via rugged hilly roads. Blankets, desk lamps and food were given out to these families, complemented by words of encouragement in casual chats with the kids.

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A volunteer group formed by the K. Wah Staff of Huicheng and Guangyu travelled from Guangzhou to Woshui Town, Liannan County, Qingyuan City over a 4-hour trip to visit children living in the countryside. They paid a visit to a primary school in the mountain area with only 8 teachers and 61 students. In addition to giving out supplies such as school bags, sportswear and shoes, they also spent time with the children in fun games. Volunteers were followed by visits to the homes of underprivileged students after long walks via rugged hilly roads. Blankets, desk lamps and food were given out to these families, complemented by words of encouragement in casual chats with the kids.

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K. Wah International ("KWIH") and St. James' Settlement jointly organized a "Birthday Party for the Elderly" to celebrate the birthday of the elders whose birthday is in November and December at the St. James' Settlement headquarters, Wan Chai. KWIH staff and associates played games, sang birthday song and shared lunch with the elders and enjoyed a pleasant weekend together.

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K. Wah International ("KWIH") and St. James' Settlement jointly organized a "Birthday Party for the Elderly" to celebrate the birthday of the elders whose birthday is in November and December at the St. James' Settlement headquarters, Wan Chai. KWIH staff and associates played games, sang birthday song and shared lunch with the elders and enjoyed a pleasant weekend together.

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K. Wah International and St. James' Settlement jointly organized the meaningful activity "Blue House Tour & Orange Peel Candies Workshop" on 18 February 2017. Volunteers brought over 20 primary school students to visit historic sites in Wan Chai like the Blue House, Pak Tai Temple and Wan Chai Wet Market to learn about its history and stories. Then they attended the Orange Peel Candies Workshop to learn making delicious snacks with orange peels, followed by a green lunch to the experience the green life.

 

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K. Wah International and St. James' Settlement jointly organized the meaningful activity "Blue House Tour & Orange Peel Candies Workshop" on 18 February 2017. Volunteers brought over 20 primary school students to visit historic sites in Wan Chai like the Blue House, Pak Tai Temple and Wan Chai Wet Market to learn about its history and stories. Then they attended the Orange Peel Candies Workshop to learn making delicious snacks with orange peels, followed by a green lunch to the experience the green life.

 

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Volunteers from KWIH Social Club visited solitary elderly in Hunan Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai on 28 September 2016 during Chung Yeung Festival. The activity was supported by the sub-district and its community committees. Social Club prepared sweaters, scarves and healthy food for seven senior citizens and visited the homes of two elderly who suffer from immobility. To uphold the idea of being enthusiastic in public welfare, staff from Nanjing paid a visit to the elderly centre in Qixia District on the next day. Through these initiatives, KWIH spread love and care to the elderly, fulfilled the company's corporate social responsibilities and upheld the corporate culture of giving back to the society.

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Volunteers from KWIH Social Club visited solitary elderly in Hunan Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai on 28 September 2016 during Chung Yeung Festival. The activity was supported by the sub-district and its community committees. Social Club prepared sweaters, scarves and healthy food for seven senior citizens and visited the homes of two elderly who suffer from immobility. To uphold the idea of being enthusiastic in public welfare, staff from Nanjing paid a visit to the elderly centre in Qixia District on the next day. Through these initiatives, KWIH spread love and care to the elderly, fulfilled the company's corporate social responsibilities and upheld the corporate culture of giving back to the society.

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KWIH staff visited Jilin Primary School on 2 July 2016 to express care for the left-behind children. It took K. Wah volunteers a four-hour drive from Guangzhou to reach the school, which is situated in Jilin Village, Yunan County, Yunfo City in Guangdong. Upon arrival, K. Wah volunteers were divided into groups to host different class activities based on students' level, including fun games, a handcraft workshop and a science book reading. Through these fun activities, the students not only acquired new knowledge, but also felt the love and care to them. Knowing that the school facilities were inadequate, K. Wah volunteers brought some sports items to the school.

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KWIH staff visited Jilin Primary School on 2 July 2016 to express care for the left-behind children. It took K. Wah volunteers a four-hour drive from Guangzhou to reach the school, which is situated in Jilin Village, Yunan County, Yunfo City in Guangdong. Upon arrival, K. Wah volunteers were divided into groups to host different class activities based on students' level, including fun games, a handcraft workshop and a science book reading. Through these fun activities, the students not only acquired new knowledge, but also felt the love and care to them. Knowing that the school facilities were inadequate, K. Wah volunteers brought some sports items to the school.

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To promote food waste reduction, KWCM Social Club organized a Food Rescue Campaign during CNY and encouraged staff to donate surplus food. Staff members actively responded to the campaign and donated 28.3kg of food to Food Angel, a food rescue and assistance program implemented by Bo Charity Foundation Limited.

 

 

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To promote food waste reduction, KWCM Social Club organized a Food Rescue Campaign during CNY and encouraged staff to donate surplus food. Staff members actively responded to the campaign and donated 28.3kg of food to Food Angel, a food rescue and assistance program implemented by Bo Charity Foundation Limited.

 

 

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Volunteers from KWIH Huicheng Staff Club and Po Ai Social Work Service paid a visit to Golden Bridge Home of the Elderly in Guangzhou on 23 April 2016. The volunteers taught senior residents the healthy "five-finger exercise" and chatted with them caringly. The place was filled with excitement. By spreading love and happiness to the elderly, the volunteers realized how blessed they were by giving than receiving.

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Volunteers from KWIH Huicheng Staff Club and Po Ai Social Work Service paid a visit to Golden Bridge Home of the Elderly in Guangzhou on 23 April 2016. The volunteers taught senior residents the healthy "five-finger exercise" and chatted with them caringly. The place was filled with excitement. By spreading love and happiness to the elderly, the volunteers realized how blessed they were by giving than receiving.

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Inspiration, Hong Kong's first homebuilt and registered aircraft, took off on 28 August 2016 to commence the Round the World (RTW) journey after eight years of preparation and hard work, flying high with the dreams of young local talents.
K. Wah International Holdings Limited appreciates Inspiration as it manifests the spirits of Hong Kong people and K. Wah - innovation, striving spirit and teamwork. As one of the key sponsors of this meaningful initiative, we hope to inspire the younger generation to have faith and courage, and to exert their creativity and potential to strive for their dreams!

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Inspiration, Hong Kong's first homebuilt and registered aircraft, took off on 28 August 2016 to commence the Round the World (RTW) journey after eight years of preparation and hard work, flying high with the dreams of young local talents.
K. Wah International Holdings Limited appreciates Inspiration as it manifests the spirits of Hong Kong people and K. Wah - innovation, striving spirit and teamwork. As one of the key sponsors of this meaningful initiative, we hope to inspire the younger generation to have faith and courage, and to exert their creativity and potential to strive for their dreams!

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Volunteers of KWIH Shanghai paid a visit to CereCare Wellness Centre, a registered NPO in Xuhui District, Shanghai, on 20 May 2016, bringing love and care to children suffering from cerebral palsy with daily necessities and a greeting card.

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Volunteers of KWIH Shanghai paid a visit to CereCare Wellness Centre, a registered NPO in Xuhui District, Shanghai, on 20 May 2016, bringing love and care to children suffering from cerebral palsy with daily necessities and a greeting card.

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KWIH was awarded by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service with the Caring Company Logo 2015/16 for its contribution to building a harmonious and inclusive society in the areas of community, employees and environment.

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KWIH was awarded by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service with the Caring Company Logo 2015/16 for its contribution to building a harmonious and inclusive society in the areas of community, employees and environment.

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On 28 November 2015, Huicheng and Guangyu Staff Club volunteers from K. Wah Group's Guangzhou property project visited Woshuizhen Primary School located in Qingyuan city's
mountainous countryside Liannan. They presented the students with gifts and stationeries and encouraged them to keep studying hard for a better future.

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On 28 November 2015, Huicheng and Guangyu Staff Club volunteers from K. Wah Group's Guangzhou property project visited Woshuizhen Primary School located in Qingyuan city's
mountainous countryside Liannan. They presented the students with gifts and stationeries and encouraged them to keep studying hard for a better future.

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Paddy Lui, Executive Director of the K. Wah Group and a representative of Tsim Sha Tsui East Property Developers Association Ltd, and John Tsang, Financial Secretary of Hong Kong, Cathy Chu, Commissioner for Tourism, Peter Lam, Chairman of Hong Kong Tourism Board, Ivan Yau, Deputy General Manager (Corporate Communication) of Sino Group and other representatives of Tsim Sha Tsui East hotels jointly officiated the Tsim Sha Tsui East Festive Illuminations Switch-on Ceremony on 5 November 2015.

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Paddy Lui, Executive Director of the K. Wah Group and a representative of Tsim Sha Tsui East Property Developers Association Ltd, and John Tsang, Financial Secretary of Hong Kong, Cathy Chu, Commissioner for Tourism, Peter Lam, Chairman of Hong Kong Tourism Board, Ivan Yau, Deputy General Manager (Corporate Communication) of Sino Group and other representatives of Tsim Sha Tsui East hotels jointly officiated the Tsim Sha Tsui East Festive Illuminations Switch-on Ceremony on 5 November 2015.

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About 20 volunteers comprising K. Wah staff and their friends and relatives brought festive gift packs to senior citizens in Lai Tak Chuen Estate in the "Spreading Care in Mid-Autumn Festival" jointly organized by KWIH and St. James' Settlement on 19 September 2015.

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About 20 volunteers comprising K. Wah staff and their friends and relatives brought festive gift packs to senior citizens in Lai Tak Chuen Estate in the "Spreading Care in Mid-Autumn Festival" jointly organized by KWIH and St. James' Settlement on 19 September 2015.

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During an elderly visit on 21 March 2015, KWIH volunteers in Huicheng and Dongguan prepared meals and soup for solitary elderly so as to express love and care to them. In May, KWIH Shanghai initiated International Children's Day charity campaign in which colleagues donated idle goods and made sachets and potted plants for a charity sale. Donation collected was sent to help underprivileged children during their visit to a charitable organization.

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During an elderly visit on 21 March 2015, KWIH volunteers in Huicheng and Dongguan prepared meals and soup for solitary elderly so as to express love and care to them. In May, KWIH Shanghai initiated International Children's Day charity campaign in which colleagues donated idle goods and made sachets and potted plants for a charity sale. Donation collected was sent to help underprivileged children during their visit to a charitable organization.

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On 26 October 2014, KWIH participated in the 40th Sedan Chair Race & Bazaar at the Peak to raise funds for charities and made a difference to the Hong Kong community. Led by Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH, over 30 staff and their families from the Hong Kong and Guangzhou offices came along and cheered for the participating team. KWIH's team members also showcased their creativity through decorating the sedan chair with reference to the exterior of the iconic K. Wah Centre. Embodying the elements of "home" in their costume designs, the team echoed KWIH's reputation as a quality developer that strives to create a comfortable living environment for their customers through developing exquisite and niche properties.

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On 26 October 2014, KWIH participated in the 40th Sedan Chair Race & Bazaar at the Peak to raise funds for charities and made a difference to the Hong Kong community. Led by Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH, over 30 staff and their families from the Hong Kong and Guangzhou offices came along and cheered for the participating team. KWIH's team members also showcased their creativity through decorating the sedan chair with reference to the exterior of the iconic K. Wah Centre. Embodying the elements of "home" in their costume designs, the team echoed KWIH's reputation as a quality developer that strives to create a comfortable living environment for their customers through developing exquisite and niche properties.

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KWIH raised funds for the Community Chest on 30 September 2014. Over 90 staff put on their casual clothes for work on the day.

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KWIH raised funds for the Community Chest on 30 September 2014. Over 90 staff put on their casual clothes for work on the day.

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KWIH sponsored the Celebration Dinner organized by the Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services on 20 September 2014, in which the Honourable Leung Chun-ying, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, thanked the professional bodies for their support to the country and the city.

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KWIH sponsored the Celebration Dinner organized by the Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services on 20 September 2014, in which the Honourable Leung Chun-ying, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, thanked the professional bodies for their support to the country and the city.

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In celebration of the 65th National Day of the People's Republic of China, KWIH sponsored a photo and painting exhibition outlining the development of China was held from 27 August to     1 September 2014 at the Exhibition Hall of Hong Kong City Hall. The exhibition attracted thousands of citizens to visit.

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In celebration of the 65th National Day of the People's Republic of China, KWIH sponsored a photo and painting exhibition outlining the development of China was held from 27 August to     1 September 2014 at the Exhibition Hall of Hong Kong City Hall. The exhibition attracted thousands of citizens to visit.

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When the Mid-Autumn Festival was approaching, KWIH collaborated with St. James' Settlement, brought along moon cakes and fruits to visit the solitary elderly living in Lai Tak Tsuen.

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When the Mid-Autumn Festival was approaching, KWIH collaborated with St. James' Settlement, brought along moon cakes and fruits to visit the solitary elderly living in Lai Tak Tsuen.

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KWIH cooperated with GMC Hong Kong Members Association to organize a visit to the low-income families and senior citizens in Lok Fu Estate on 13 July 2014. Twenty six staff members and their families brought along gift packs and reached out to the community in need.

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KWIH cooperated with GMC Hong Kong Members Association to organize a visit to the low-income families and senior citizens in Lok Fu Estate on 13 July 2014. Twenty six staff members and their families brought along gift packs and reached out to the community in need.

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In June 2014, KWIH initiated the Home Appliances Recycling Campaign for collecting unwanted or worn-out equipment. With the assistance of St. James' Settlement, old electronic appliances were repaired and donated to families in need, while non-repairable items were dissembled into components for re-use or recycling. The meaningful activity was widely supported by the staff for it was beneficial to both the community and the environment.

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In June 2014, KWIH initiated the Home Appliances Recycling Campaign for collecting unwanted or worn-out equipment. With the assistance of St. James' Settlement, old electronic appliances were repaired and donated to families in need, while non-repairable items were dissembled into components for re-use or recycling. The meaningful activity was widely supported by the staff for it was beneficial to both the community and the environment.

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When the International Children's Day was around the corner, KWIH Shanghai hosted a series of charitable events, including visits, donation and fundraising, to pass on their love to children living in remote villages and those with cerebral palsy. In mid May 2014, stationery, books and educational kits collected from colleagues were sent to schools in remote mountainous regions in Yunnan. Unwanted items were donated for auction, raising a total of RMB24,000 for the CereCare Wellness Center for Children. The volunteers also paid a visit to the Centre and helped the children with therapy training on 30 May 2014.

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When the International Children's Day was around the corner, KWIH Shanghai hosted a series of charitable events, including visits, donation and fundraising, to pass on their love to children living in remote villages and those with cerebral palsy. In mid May 2014, stationery, books and educational kits collected from colleagues were sent to schools in remote mountainous regions in Yunnan. Unwanted items were donated for auction, raising a total of RMB24,000 for the CereCare Wellness Center for Children. The volunteers also paid a visit to the Centre and helped the children with therapy training on 30 May 2014.

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KWIH collaborated with St. James' Settlement on Mother's Day eve in 2014 to celebrate the special occasion with families in Sham Shui Po District. KWIH staff members made greeting cards with children for their beloved mothers, while parents created photo frames to keep memories of their sweet family time. The volunteers also brought carnations to the mothers and gift packs to the children. All participants then went on a guided bus tour on Hong Kong Island, filling the day with happy memories.

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KWIH collaborated with St. James' Settlement on Mother's Day eve in 2014 to celebrate the special occasion with families in Sham Shui Po District. KWIH staff members made greeting cards with children for their beloved mothers, while parents created photo frames to keep memories of their sweet family time. The volunteers also brought carnations to the mothers and gift packs to the children. All participants then went on a guided bus tour on Hong Kong Island, filling the day with happy memories.

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KWIH was awarded the Caring Company Logo 2013/14 by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, in recognition of the company's commitment in caring for the community, the employees and the environment over the past 12 months.

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KWIH was awarded the Caring Company Logo 2013/14 by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, in recognition of the company's commitment in caring for the community, the employees and the environment over the past 12 months.

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KWIH partners with St. James' Settlement in organizing a visit to Cumberland Presbyterian Church Yao Dao Primary School in December 2013. The participants and students spend a joyful afternoon with games and gifts.

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KWIH partners with St. James' Settlement in organizing a visit to Cumberland Presbyterian Church Yao Dao Primary School in December 2013. The participants and students spend a joyful afternoon with games and gifts.

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A team of KWIH staff participated in MTR Race Walking 2013 and demonstrated their skills and team work.

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A team of KWIH staff participated in MTR Race Walking 2013 and demonstrated their skills and team work.

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KWIH supports the "Waste No Food" campaign - Leftover Collection Action organized by Friends of the Earth (Hong Kong) on 6 October 2013, encouraging the staff to bring back unwanted or surplus packaged food and making a matching monetary donation to the campaign. All items collected were then delivered to food banks and donated to the elderly and low-income households, further promoting the message of cherishing food and making it an everyday habit.

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KWIH supports the "Waste No Food" campaign - Leftover Collection Action organized by Friends of the Earth (Hong Kong) on 6 October 2013, encouraging the staff to bring back unwanted or surplus packaged food and making a matching monetary donation to the campaign. All items collected were then delivered to food banks and donated to the elderly and low-income households, further promoting the message of cherishing food and making it an everyday habit.

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KWIH was awarded the Caring Company Logo by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of the company's commitment in caring for the community, employees and environment over the previous year.

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KWIH was awarded the Caring Company Logo by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of the company's commitment in caring for the community, employees and environment over the previous year.

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KWIH joined with St. James' Settlement to bring gift packs to primary school students of Sham Shui Po district during a joyous visit on 28 March 2013.

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KWIH joined with St. James' Settlement to bring gift packs to primary school students of Sham Shui Po district during a joyous visit on 28 March 2013.

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Staff of KWIH once again participated in Hong Kong and Kowloon Walk for Millions in 2013. The funds raised will be donated to 23 member agencies providing family and child welfare services under The Community Chest to strengthen family bonding and mutual care so as to foster social harmony.

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Staff of KWIH once again participated in Hong Kong and Kowloon Walk for Millions in 2013. The funds raised will be donated to 23 member agencies providing family and child welfare services under The Community Chest to strengthen family bonding and mutual care so as to foster social harmony.

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KWIH joined the New Territories Walk for Millions 2012 in support of the fund raising event of a long tradition. To show the collective effort and commitment towards community care, KWIH sponsored HK$200 for each participant made up of staff and their associates. The funds raised will be donated to 22 member agencies providing family and child welfare services under The Community Chest to strengthen family bonding and mutual care so as to foster social harmony. On the other hand, KWIH spreads love to the elderly by joining hand with St. James' Settlement to organize a cupcake class for staff to DIY cupcakes and deliver their tender care to the single elderly.

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KWIH joined the New Territories Walk for Millions 2012 in support of the fund raising event of a long tradition. To show the collective effort and commitment towards community care, KWIH sponsored HK$200 for each participant made up of staff and their associates. The funds raised will be donated to 22 member agencies providing family and child welfare services under The Community Chest to strengthen family bonding and mutual care so as to foster social harmony. On the other hand, KWIH spreads love to the elderly by joining hand with St. James' Settlement to organize a cupcake class for staff to DIY cupcakes and deliver their tender care to the single elderly.

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A walking team of 4 members from K. Wah Social Club joined MTR Race Walking in April 2011. They started their 4x100m relay on Chater Road, Central, to demonstrate the health benefits of walking. The fund raised will be sent to Hospital Authority Health InfoWorld to support its work on disease prevention and health education.

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A walking team of 4 members from K. Wah Social Club joined MTR Race Walking in April 2011. They started their 4x100m relay on Chater Road, Central, to demonstrate the health benefits of walking. The fund raised will be sent to Hospital Authority Health InfoWorld to support its work on disease prevention and health education.

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Echoing YMCA of Hong Kong's idea for toys recycling, KWIH called for toys donation among its staff from February to March in 2011. KWIH's volunteers cleaned and delivered the donation to the toy bank accounts holders, who are mainly underprivileged children, to redeem toys if they complete a stage of their personal growth plan, for example to volunteer for community service. This environmentally friendly initiative truly manifests the essence of "sharing is blessing".

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Echoing YMCA of Hong Kong's idea for toys recycling, KWIH called for toys donation among its staff from February to March in 2011. KWIH's volunteers cleaned and delivered the donation to the toy bank accounts holders, who are mainly underprivileged children, to redeem toys if they complete a stage of their personal growth plan, for example to volunteer for community service. This environmentally friendly initiative truly manifests the essence of "sharing is blessing".

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With its members' relatives and friends, K. Wah Social Club gained sponsorship from the company to be among the walk teams in the Community Chest New Territories Walk for Millions in February 2011. Along the 5.5 km route, the party took the first step from Pak Shek Kok Promenade to Tai Po Waterfront Park. The raised funds will be designated to support 27 social welfare agencies in providing children and youth services.

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With its members' relatives and friends, K. Wah Social Club gained sponsorship from the company to be among the walk teams in the Community Chest New Territories Walk for Millions in February 2011. Along the 5.5 km route, the party took the first step from Pak Shek Kok Promenade to Tai Po Waterfront Park. The raised funds will be designated to support 27 social welfare agencies in providing children and youth services.

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To assist in relief and redevelopment efforts after the earthquake in Qinghai, Dr Lui Che Woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group, via the Lui Che Woo Foundation, and GEG pledged a donation of MOP5 million to the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Macau SAR in April 2010.

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To assist in relief and redevelopment efforts after the earthquake in Qinghai, Dr Lui Che Woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group, via the Lui Che Woo Foundation, and GEG pledged a donation of MOP5 million to the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Macau SAR in April 2010.

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In February 2008, KWIH sent over 100 staff and their family members to participate in Walk for a Million, raising funds for Community Chest and helping those in need.

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In February 2008, KWIH sent over 100 staff and their family members to participate in Walk for a Million, raising funds for Community Chest and helping those in need.

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K. Wah staff of Shanghai Property Division has been sponsoring a hearing impaired child since 2002 and pay regular visits to Shanghai Children's Home.

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K. Wah staff of Shanghai Property Division has been sponsoring a hearing impaired child since 2002 and pay regular visits to Shanghai Children's Home.

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