Hong Kong Red Cross “Love & Found – Agent Investigation Day”
Over 1,000 Secret Agents Join Hands with Reddie Bear to Promote Love and Care
The highlight of the Hong Kong Red Cross’ (HKRC) “Pass-it-On Campaign 2018” – the “Love & Found – Agent Investigation Day” has been hosted in the HKRC Headquarters today. Over 1,000 Secret Agents have responded to the call of Agent Mr Alex Fong and Reddie Bear to participate in a series of challenging missions to understand more about the HKRC’s disaster preparedness works and raise funds for humanitarian services.
Hong Kong Red Cross Annual Meeting 2018
Substantial Achievements of Humanitarian Works
Committed to Accelerate “Humanity for All”
The Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) Annual Meeting 2018 was held today, at which Mrs Ivy Wu, Chairman of the HKRC chaired the Meeting, and highlighted that the target of the“5-Year Strategic Plan 2017-2022” is to build Hong Kong a safer and healthier city by putting effort into emergency relief, disaster preparedness and promotion of humanitarian value.
China Flood 2018: Work Report 2
Since the monsoon season started this year, continuous rainstorms, hailstorms, typhoons and other adverse weather have caused widespread floods in China.
Pass-it-On Campaign 2018
Let’s Join Reddie Bear to “Search” for
the “Hidden Heroes and Heroines” and “Share Love” in the Community!
The Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) annual fundraising campaign, “Pass-it-On Campaign” (the Campaign) has been stepping into its 16th year, “Love & Found” continues to be the theme. Disguised as secret agents of Reddie Bear Agency, our Chief Ambassador, Mr Alex Fong and the Campaign icon, “Reddie Bear” will invite the public to join as allies to seek the “hidden heroes and heroines” who share love to people around, and continue to spread love and care in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Humanity Award 2018
Shine a Light in Darkness with Love and Care
Six Humanitarian Models Dedicated for Serving the Community
Co-organized by the Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), the Hong Kong Humanity Award was first launched in 2007. The very first award of its kind in Hong Kong to advocate for humanitarian actions, the award aims to disseminate the universal value of humanity and motivate all sectors of society to carry forward such spirit, through paying tribute to people dedicated to humanitarian deeds.
Nigeria Floods 2018: Work Report 1
Continuous heavy rainfall since July reached its peak in late September, causing severe and extensive flooding in 34 out of 36 states in Nigeria.
Hong Kong Red Cross Donor Award Ceremony 2018
Commend Selfless Devotion Advocate Humanitarian Values
The Hong Kong Red Cross (HKRC) held its annual Donor Award Ceremony today in recognition of the generosity and support from different corporations, organizations and donors. In the year 2017/18, we received over HK$100 million donations from the general public which enables us to develop and sustain humanitarian services, ranging from offering immediate aids to cope with local and international needs, to preventive and responsive measures in strengthening and raising public awareness on disaster and emergency knowledge, preparedness and handling.