New cancer statistics released from the Hong Kong Cancer Registry reveals that 26,998 people were diagnosed with the disease in 2011.
[Hong Kong, 24 December, 2013] Father Christmas made a special journey from Santa Claus Village, Rovaniemi in Finland to bring festive joy to the children of Rainbow Club.
For 30 years Cancer Fund has been providing free information, professional guidance, and peer support to anyone living with or affected by cancer.
Hong Kong Cancer Fund today launched a brand new website dedicated to well-being and holistic care.
The children of the Rainbow Club received an early Christmas gift when popular local TVB artists popped into our CancerLink Tin Shui Wai centre for a surprise visit last month.
Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Homecare programme has been awarded a Top Ten Outstanding Service Award at the Hong Kong Council of Social Service’s 2013 Best Practice Awards in Social Welfare.
Hong Kong Contemporary Art Exhibition and Hong Kong Cancer Fund Charity Auction
We are delighted to announce that our longstanding relationship with leading American fashion brand Ralph Lauren has grown even stronger.
Two local university students have recently returned from a fundraising challenge to cycle the coastline of Taiwan in 18 days, raising money for Hong Kong Cancer Fund.
Hong Kong Cancer Fund, on 17 June, launched its colorectal cancer campaign, ‘Don’t Wait Till It’s Too Late’- a public education campaign highlighting the causes and risk factors of colorectal cancer and how best to avoid them.
In preparation for the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival on 12 June, our CancerLink team and self-help group, Orchid held a class teaching the art of wrapping rice dumplings, one of the most famous Chinese traditional customs.
Our 25th Anniversary television commercial has been nominated for an award at this year’s TVB Most Popular TV Commercial Awards, and you can show your support by voting for us online.
Thanks to your support, our “Don’t Wait Til It’s Too Late” TVC, raising awareness about Colorectal Cancer, won the Silver Award in the “Charities and Public Services” category at the 2012 Apple Daily Advertising Awards.
Teachers and students from South Island School rallied together more than 1,300 participants for a sponsored hike through Aberdeen Country Park on 1st February, in order to raise funds and awareness for Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s free services.
In support of women’s cancer, Hong Kong Cancer Fund and P&G joined hands to launch the “P&G 6 Minutes Protect a Life” campaign to raise awareness of women’s breast, ovarian, uterine and cervical cancer at a press conference held on 8th April at Times Square, Causeway Bay.
Please vote for your favorite swimwear design by Rigby & Peller Facebook fan page. For every vote cast, Rigby & Peller will donate HK$10 to our Pink Revolution to help those touched by breast cancer.
Fly away with us to the exotic climes of Cambodia this June, as we explore the ancient mysteries of one of Asia’s most beautiful countries.
In the latest edition of our CancerLink programme Link, there is a focus on how important it is to deal with the past positively.
In Easter of 2011, former Time Out Beijing Food Editor and long-time Hong Kong resident Pam Shookman, passed away after a long and courageous battle against bladder cancer.
Moët & Chandon invites you to raise your glass of Moët & Chandon Rose Imperial to celebrate Valentine’s Day!
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