This year, popular fashion icon SUGARMAN again partners with Plan to support the third “Walk for Children” on 27th April, 2014 at the West Kowloon Waterfront promenade,. The company has designed and produced a limited edition T-shirt for the event, which will be available to all participants of the Walk.
Renowned artists Cindy Au and Leila Kong and their families will support the “Walk for Children” 2014, to be held on 27th April 2014 in West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, and they call on the public to pass on the love to the next generation. Their decision to participate as families has been informed by... Read More
Since assuming the role of Plan Ambassadors, renowned artistes Alex Fong and Stephy Tang have been tremendously supportive of Plan International Hong Kong. Not content to be child sponsors at a distance, they also visited their sponsored children in Kon Tum Province, Vietnam in order to gain first-hand experience of their living and learning environments.... Read More
Plan International’s annual fundraiser this year aims to provide quality education for underprivileged children in Mainland China. The 3rd “Walk for Children” will be held on 27th April 2014 at West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, featuring the theme “Pass on the Love”. In order to give the participants a glimpse of the difficulties and challenges that... Read More
The “Because I am a Girl (BIAAG) – Donate a Pencil Campaign” organised by Plan International Hong Kong, was officially launched today. Its dual purpose is to provide the most basic aid tool in education – the humble pencil – to underprivileged girls in Plan programme areas, Shaanxi in China and Ghana in Africa and... Read More
Emperor Watch & Jewellery Limited (Emperor W&J), an active participant in community charitable activities, marks its fourth year as Main Sponsor of Plan’s “Because I am a Girl (BIAAG)” campaign by getting behind the organisation’s latest initiative “BIAAG – Donate a Pencil Campaign”, running from 21st to 31st of October. Ms. Cindy Yeung, Chairperson of... Read More