“Pass-it-On 2016” Fundraising Campaign
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The HKRC annual fundraising campaign “Pass-it-On 2016” has successfully gained donation support from the general public over the last three months, empowering the humanitarian force for the HKRC to sustain and develop its services for the deprived population, so as to bring warmth and love to them.
Red Cross Volunteers Witness Irretrievable Harm of Conflict in Syria
Hong Kongers are Urged to Offer Help

Clashes are still ongoing around Syria but it seems that the crisis is gradually forgotten by Hong Kongers. Last December, the Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) for the first time arranged a team of volunteers to visit Jordan, where a lot of Syrians have taken refuge. Having borne witness to the plight of the Syrians, these volunteers have appealed to Hong Kongers with the message that “Syrians need our concern, support and assistance!”

Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station Fire: Psychological Support Hotline Extends to 14 Feb

In view of the extensive impact of the incident in the community, the hotline service of the HKRC will be extended to 14 February (Tuesday) to provide assistance to the needy.

Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station Fire: Psychological Support Hotline

In response to the fire at the MTR station in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Red Cross has set up a special psychological support hotline 3628 1180 immediately on 10 February to assist the needy, and the service is extended to 10am to 10pm, 13 February (Monday). The hotline is handled by clinical psychologists and trained volunteers.

Regarding the concerned incident, with the agreement of individuals in need, the Hong Kong Red Cross can refer cases to Clinical Psychological Services of Social Welfare Department after assessment.

Hotline service hours:
12 February (Sunday) to 13 (Monday): 10am to 10pm

Follow-up on Red Cross First-aid Items Found Discarded at Public Refuse Depot

A batch of triangular bandages with the logo of the HKRC was found discarded at a public refuse depot yesterday (11 February). Our investigation revealed that the items had been abandoned inattentively by a recycling company of our supplier during their recent warehouse clearance .

Response on Hong Kong Red Cross First-aid Items Found Discarded at Public Refuse Depot

Regarding some media reports of Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) materials being discarded at a public refuse depot in Kowloon Bay yesterday (11 February), the HKRC has noticed the incident last night (11 February). According to our preliminary understanding, these materials were not discarded by the HKRC.

We handle and dispose all materials of HKRC according to defined procedures and guidelines. The HKRC is very concerned about the issue and is closely following up.

Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station Fire: Psychological Support Hotline

In response to the fire at the MTR station in Tsim Sha Tsui tonight, the Hong Kong Red Cross has set up a special psychological support hotline 3628 1180 to assist the needy. Hotline is handled by clinical psychologists and trained volunteers.

Hotline service hours:
10 February (Friday): until 11pm
11 February (Saturday) 12 (Sunday): 10am to 10pm

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