Citizen Commitment Family Fun Day 2017

Citizen Commitment Family Fun Day - Hong Kong 2017 flag

Concept:  A selection of activities and stalls including food and   beverages, plus a mini stage for announcements. Plus    representative tents from each of the CSR programs Societe General is supporting. This will provide attendees   an opportunity to get to know these organisations  in   more detail.

Volunteers:  The success of the event will rely heavily upon the support   of Societe General Staff to volunteer during the day to   help run the activities and stalls. Teams will be assigned in   advance with clear directions on  goals and objectives.

 

We have invited children and staff from Hans Andersen Club and Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation to join us on June 10. We are expecting approximately 160 kids from disadvantaged or low income backgrounds and the purpose is to give time and contribute to our community. This year we alo extend the invition tostaff to bring their families too.

 

  • When: 10:00am – 2:00pm
  • Where: King’s Park Sports Ground, 1 Wylie Path, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon (website here)
  • What to expect? Lots of fun activities like a jumping castle, reading nook, on-field activities, arts & crafts, pass the parcel, magician, balloon artists and food for the children including popcorn and fairy floss.

 

Can staff volunteer?

Yes, we are looking for approximately 20 volunteers to help make this day a success. If you have a special talent, for example singing, dancing or playing a musical instrument, we would love to hear from you. You can register via www.citizen-commitment.com.  For any other questions on how you can support, please contact: asiacom@sgcib.com

  • Types of commitment

    Short term
  • Type of needs

    Other action
  • Start Date

    Saturday 10 June 2017
  • End Date

    Saturday 10 June 2017
  • hours

    9.00am - 2.00pm
  • Place

    Kings Park Kowloon Hong Kong
  • District

    Hong Kong
  • Country

    Hong-Kong
  • Fields of intervention

    Inclusion through sport and cultural practice

employees involved

Sallie Burton, Kenneth Choi, Chin Eav Eap, Aurelie Jospin, marc-henry lebrun, Monica MA, Paula Wong, Cynthia Wong,
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