10x10 Hong Kong
Join us for an exciting 10×10 Hong Kong live event in support of three very meaningful organisations:
KELY Support Group, Love21 and OCD & Anxiety HK.
Date: Thursday 20 April 2023
Time: 6.30pm – 9pm
Location: Eaton HK
Hong Kong, 逸東酒店, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan
You will attend as a guest of our volunteer project committee, with complimentary drinks and canapes provided.
Spots are limited! Make a tax-deductible $1000 pledge per attendee to attend this special event in support of our three social purpose partners.
Upon arrival, you’ll receive 2 x $500 charity dollar vouchers, and after hearing the organisations’ pitch, you get to decide who your donation goes to – it’s all part of the fun of 10×10!
THE SOCIAL PURPOSE ORGANISATIONS
KELY Support Group (KELY) is a Hong Kong- based nonprofit organisation whose mission since 1991 is to equip young people with the skills, knowledge, and opportunities needed to support themselves and each other. Our programmes focus on protective factors that evidence tells us make it less likely that young people will have problems with drug and alcohol use, and also reduce wider risk taking behaviours and underpin resilience.
Love21 is a charity empowering the Down syndrome and autistic community in Hong Kong through sport, nutrition, and holistic support programmes. Since the launch of our comprehensive nutrition programme in 2021, we’ve provided one-on-one nutritional support on top of the sports classes that we’ve offered. We’ve also recently expanded into providing counselling support for the parents of our community.
OCD & Anxiety Support HK’s Rainbow of Hope Counselling Clinic is for adults who cannot afford or access psychotherapy. Currently running virtually due to Covid-19 and lack of funding, the target is to have a physical centre in 2023. There are three counsellors who dedicate up to five hours per week working with OCDAHK clients. There have been 40 applications for counselling since June 2022.
10×10 Hong Kong Ballet Performance
Born in Shaanxi, China, Feng Jingyi trained at Beijing Dance Academy on a full scholarship, The Julliard School in New York with a merit scholarship and The Royal Conservatory, The Hague in the Netherlands. She danced with Guangzhou Ballet and later Harbin Ballet before joining Hong Kong Ballet as a Corps de Ballet member in 2021.