Project Name:「校園衛生保衛隊」計劃 (School Health Protection Project)
Supported by: Dettol Health Academy
Objectives & Contents: This school hygiene programme includes a series of interactive talks, quizzes, and storytelling to introduce the most common bacteria and viruses in Hong Kong as well as infection pathways and disinfection solutions. We will demonstrate how to improve personal hygiene and invite children to become members of a school hygiene protector team to contribute to Hong Kong public health.
Beneficiaries: 30 primary schools
Now Accepting Enrolment
Project Name: Towngas Cook for Charity . Cook for Love
Supported by: Towngas
Objectives: To help underprivileged families enjoy healthy cooking and nutrition learning workshops.
- Green concept cooking workshop in Towngas kitchen
- Sponsor the children of low-income families to join healthy cooking workshops.
Beneficiaries: Beneficiaries over 2200
Project Name: “Mother Stress Index” Survey and Pre-mature diaper Sponsorship Program
Supported by: P&G
Implementation Period: 2017-2018
Serving: Hong Kong Parents and Pre-mature baby families
Objective: To study Hong Kong mothers’ postpartum mental health status and understand the sources of stress they are expose to.
- Conduct the survey;
- Organize a press conference;
- Advertise the Pre-mature diaper sponsorship program
Project Name: Premature Baby Support Program
Supported by: Pampers (P&G)
Objectives: This program was jointly launched by HKCECES and P&G. It aims to provide diapers for Hong Kong families with premature babies (babies less than 37 weeks old or weighing less than 2.2 kg at birth). In its effort to support families, P&G partnered with NICU nurses to design the Preemie Swaddlers Size diaper— a size smaller than newborn diapers. It’s designed to fit the tiniest and most vulnerable premature babies and weighs as little as one pound.
Achievements: Over 1,000 families have benefited from the program.
Besides, HKCECES invited Doctor Ana Li and Nurse Jessica Chan to share with parents the medical procedures, precautions and anti-epidemic tips:
Baby Early Arrival
Premature Baby Healthy Development
Project Name: CECES X RB Community Anti-Epidemic Donation Programme
Supported by: Reckitt Benckiser
Objectives: CECES has been proactive in disseminating health information among schools and the wider community. During the pandemic, CECES has also assisted schools, communities, and families to procure needed hygiene supplies to ensure the health and safety of students. In the first phase of the Programme, CECES worked in conjunction with RB, and its brands Dettol and Aerogard, to donate personal protective items, including Dettol Hand Sanitizer Original, Dettol Anti-Bacterial Wet Wipes, and Aerogard Odourless Insect Repellent Spray, to 40,000 needy students and families to ensure that their health and hygiene were fully protected during the pandemic.
Beneficiary: over 60 Primary schools, 40,000 students and families
Project Name: UBS Reading Angels
Supported by: UBS
Duration: 2006 – 2018
Building confidence in reading English and fostering a love of books at an early age are the main aims of the Reading Angels Programme. UBS has been working with CECES to promote reading competency for ten years through the Reading Angels Programme. In 2018, there were a total of 48 volunteers for the programme who participated in the eight reading sessions with children during their lunch break.
Beneficiaries: over 11,000 students
School: 17 Primary Schools
Project Name: Hong Kong Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge 2018
Supported by: Olitalia Oil
Implementation Period: 2017 – 2018 School Year (Serving Hong Kong Secondary Schools)
To arouse interest and developing skills in vegan cuisine, through cooking with vegan ingredients, teenagers can enhance their understanding of veganism
- Conduct, promote, and organize the Culinary Challenge;
- Liaise competition details and logistics arrangements to schools;
- Promote benefits of veganism
Project Name: Hong Kong Primary Schools Environmental Rocket Competition 2018
Supported by: 4M Industrial Development Limited
Implementation Period: 2017 – 2018 School Year (Serving Hong Kong Primary Schools)
To inspire student interest in science, technology, engineering, arts & creativity, and mathematics as well as initiate their spirit of enquiry and teamwork through an environmental rocket building competition.
- Conduct, promote and organize the Storytelling Competition;
- Liaise competition details and logistics arrangements with schools;
- Promote science, technology, engineering, arts & creativity, and mathematics to students.
Project Name: State Street Halloween Art & Crafts Workshop
Supported by: State Street
CECES organized a Halloween art and crafts workshop with State Street. Students and State Street volunteers enjoyed the lunch provided by State Street, and had a spooky fun celebration before Halloween. They worked together to create their own special Jack-o’lantern and treat cup. It was a great experience for students who seldom encountered western culture and customs.
Project Name: UBS Christmas Workshop
Supported by: UBS
A Christmas workshop was organized by CECES and UBS. Many warm-hearted volunteers from UBS joined the workshop and had an early Christmas celebration with students. The volunteers and students worked together to create their own very special Christmas art work. Immersing in the love-filled and festive atmosphere of Christmas, students had a chance to experience special foreign Christmas customs. With Christmas feeling in the air, the party started off with some nice food provided by UBS. Students and volunteers had a great time and all left the experience with large smiles on their faces.
Project Name: MAD School – Drama Workshop
Supported by: Deutsche Bank
Implementation Period: The project is in its 6th year started in 2009.
Target: Primary four and five students
Objectives: To encourage children to learn English through Music, Art, Drama and Dance (MADD). This year theme is “Happy Families, Healthy Living and Human Values”.
- Eighteen MADD workshops were delivered by 30 volunteers and teachers in three local primary schools.
- They told their stories, which contain the elements of happy families, healthy living, and human values, through dramatic performances by adding the MADD principle throughout the workshops. The Deutsche Bank volunteers practiced the drama and prepared the props with the students throughout the workshops.
- The final performance was staged in the Deutsche Bank office in 22nd November 2014.
Total number of beneficiaries: 360 students
Project Name: “Write a Bright Future” English Language Workshop
Supported by: Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund Ltd.
Implementation Period: This project is in its 6th year since it began in 2009.
Target: Primary levels four and five students
Objectives: To help economically deprived children improve their English abilities in listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
- 8-lessons after-class English workshop
- The teaching was integrated with different learning strategies, such as story telling, playing interactive games and using different teaching aids.
- The students were encouraged to write a passage about their expectation of their future occupation.
This is the first time that CECES partnered with Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund to organize events.
Project Name: Picky Eater Consultation program
Supported by: Wyeth (Hong Kong) Holding Company Limited
Implementation Period: 2011-2015
Objectives: To prevent &/or improve picky eating problems of kindergarten students.
- Find students who have picky eating problems through a diet-habit survey.
- Invite parents to attend one-on-one nutrition consultations at school.
- Provide methods for improving and establishing healthy eating habits.
Project Name: Nissin Drawing Competition
Supported by: Nissin Foods Company Limited
Implementation Period: 2010 – 2014
Objective: To encourage students’ creativity in fine arts and increase their interest in cooking noodles.
Content: Students were encouraged to develop their creativity though a drawing competition by freely adding their favorite colors to create paintings in their own styles.
Over 80 Kindergartens and Primary Schools served and over 32,000 students served.
Project Name: Next Kids Sports Day
Supported by: Sharp
Implementation Period: 6thand 7th April 2012
To raise children’s interest in sports and encourage the development of life-long exercise habits through enjoying a sport day together with their parents.
Sport game booths, handmade crafts workshops, and exercise demonstrations designed by our registered children fitness instructors. The children were awarded a gold, silver and bronze medals in friendly sports competitions.
Serving Kindergarten children and parents with over 1000 participants.