Operation Santa Claus – 35 Years of Giving Spirit
Operation Santa Claus was jointly established by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong to connect the local community with worthwhile charities. Since 1988, OSC has brought joy, goodwill and raised HK$353 million to support 323 charitable projects.
Before every Christmas, Operation Santa Claus launches a public fundraising campaign to celebrate the season of caring, sharing and giving to those who may be less fortunate. Through the generosity of our donors and supporters, Operation Santa Claus selects and funds charitable projects that focus on children and youth, elderly, community, physical and mental disabilities, medical, and environment.
Please join us in supporting the Hong Kong community during this festive season by donating to Operation Santa Claus and share the holiday spirit!
OSC 2022 Ambassador Hong Kong Olympian fencer Vivian KONG Man-wai encourages you to make this Christmas more special for the needy.
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SLCO Community Resources Limited (SLCO-CR) was established in 2016 with the support of the Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. SLCO-CR develops and provides self-sustainable community services and social ventures based on linguistics research, empirical evidence and experience in frontline services, promoting sign bilingualism in communication, education and social inclusion to create a diversified community without communication barrier.
Effective Signed Intervention for SEN Children
The project “Effective Signed Intervention for SEN Children” aims to promote sign language as an alternative strategy to support SEN children’s language and communication development, and to encourage caretakers and trainers to use sign language to complement spoken instructions in daily learning activities and training, enhancing intervention effectiveness with better communication. The project provides sign language learning and experiential activities, teaching materials and training to SEN children, their families, teachers and related professionals.
1,600 special education needs (SEN) children and 3,200 family members
650 professionals and teachers32 special schools and service units that serve SEN children