Times fly, we were celebrating our 10th Anniversary on 21/9. The party was held in FCC, Central, and we have a full house that night. Our committee had been trying to come up with an interesting theme for the party for months and we ended with the theme of “Aladdin”. We were so glad that most of the participants had paid great effort in dressing up to the theme…. and we did see quite a few of Princess Jasmine (but not that many Aladdin!!) during the night! Before showing you the highlights of the event, we would like to thanks for the following parties:-
Thanks everybody for coming and showing their supports to us! We are looking forward to our 20th Anniversary!
Please feel free to click on the below links for very interesting photos, videos of the performances and clips during the night:-
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1kNWrKpnHMsL9tiatKkFZKCXBwgCGVUdl?usp=sharing (Party highlight)
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1bAmHYSS-frheKcZ5nU4iEuP4eizy56Qa?usp=sharing (Party photos)
https://www.facebook.com/433650613377700/videos/2579645015406838/ (party highlight)
https://www.facebook.com/433650613377700/videos/411731752862545/ (party highlight)
https://www.facebook.com/433650613377700/videos/377727919800498/ (party highlight)
The idea of setting up Solar Energy system in Watopot was brought forward by students of Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (HKUST) in December 2015. The students from HKUST Connect have been paying regular visits to Watopot for several years already and they have been working hard in improving the environment of the Community ever since. When the administrator of HKUST brought us the idea of installing Solar Energy system in Watopot, we were thrilled and also a bit worried about the possibility of really implementing it.
Thank you for coming to the party and showing your support in making the event a success.
We would like to share with you some photos and a video from the event.
What a meaningful Sunday...
We had a cupcake class with all the Little Warriors who beat cancers. It’s our honor have the chance to sponsor this meaningful event on May 29th 2016.
Special thanks to Amazing Sweets HK Ltd and our volunteers Liza Lam and Kally Wong supported us during the day.
Here are the highlights for the day!
Sakka Foundation team recently worked together with a children's charitable group in Hong Kong - Little Life Warriors. Based out of Prince of Wales hospital, this group supports children who are currently being treated in the oncology department. The goal was to provide support and love - and some fun too - for the kids there. We had special one of a kind scarves and hats knitted for the kids, and played games and provided treats for the kids. Sakka foundation also donated HK $5,000 to the organisation. Our hearts go out to these brave children and their incredible doctor's and nurses. We wish them all the best. (Due to privacy issues we will not be posting any photos of the children).
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