Sign up for the Taikoo Place Aquathon 17.3 to support Beam
Taikoo Place Aquathon 17.3 is a challenging race combining Open Water Swimming, Trail Running and Road Running in Hong Kong with Beam as its charity partner. Each participant has to make a minimum donation of HK$300 to support our medical work in China. The overall champion last year, also our ambassador, Tsang Chun Kit (Ying) will support this event to raise awareness for the needy children suffering from cleft lip and / or cleft palate. Sign up now to contribute to this meaningful cause and Race for Smile! Race details are as follows:
Date: 14 November 2015 (Sat)
Venue: South Bay to Taikoo Place
Category: Individual & Relay
Distance: Swimming 1.5km + Running 15.8km
Early bird registration deadline: 30 September 2015 (Wed)
Please click for the event website and donation page.
Fundraising Gala Dinner's Lucky Draw Result
Beam is more than happy to be the sole beneficiary of the Fundraising Gala Dinner organised
by Asia Pacific Family Business Club (APAC FamBiz Club) on 28 June 2015 at Conrad Hong
Kong. Please click here for the lucky draw result provided by APAC FamBiz Club and redeem
the prizes within one month (before 7 August 2015) at the Beam Office, Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1pm
& 2-6pm. Prizes cannot be redeemed beyond this period.
Children Charities Carnival 2015
Beam is pleased to be one of the 9 charities in the Children Charities Carnival 2015 (CCC). Held on 5 July (Sun), CCC aims to educate children to develop a loving and caring heart at an early age by instilling a charitable mentality in them. Our volunteers, Tracy, Ming and Piano, will help us again to create lovely twisted balloons for charity sale. Please come and join us – our supporters can enjoy 10% discount to buy the entry tickets here. Special guests include Margaret Chung (鍾麗淇), Joyce Lee (李樂詩), Eileen Tung (童愛玲) and Winnie Young (楊婉儀).
Asia Student Leadership Conference 2015
The event is now on in Singapore (12-14 June) with the theme of “Go the Mile for a Smile” to build awareness and core values of commitment, leadership and volunteerism among the students. Three Hong Kong students, Sophie, Clare and Mona, and two mainland Chinese students, Xu Zhengdong and Xu Yihua, join it together with participants from the other 9 regions / countries.
“Hosting students from over 10 countries, ASLC 2015 provided a wonderful opportunity for us to learn more about ourselves and others, which was really what the camp was all about – people. The many workshops and discussions led us to discover that the core of volunteerism and philanthropy lies with one’s love for other people, and I believe that we will all take home with us an ignited passion to do something about a cause we care deeply about, or at the very least an increased interest and understanding of the international community.”