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    Operation Santa Claus 2023

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    Operation Santa Claus

    36 Years of the 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, it has brought joy and goodwill, and has raised HK$369 million to support 338 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, the elderly, the community, those with physical and mental disabilities, medical projects, and those concerning the environment.

    Please join us in supporting the Hong Kong community during this festive season, by donating to Operation Santa Claus.

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    Operation Santa Claus 2023 - Closing Ceremony

    Jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and the South China Morning Post (SCMP), the annual fundraising drive ‘Operation Santa Claus’ (OSC) continues to promote the spirit of giving and caring in Hong Kong to benefit those in need in the city. The closing ceremony of OSC 2023 took place today (31 January) at the Crown Wine Cellars in Deep Water Bay. Officiating guests Acting Deputy Director of Broadcasting Vincent LEE Hin-wah and Editor-in-Chief of SCMP Tammy TAM, together with the representatives of beneficiaries and donors, unveiled a total of HKD 14.9M has been raised this year.

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    ‘Operation Santa Claus 2023’ Marks its 36th Anniversary with over HKD14M Raised for 16 Beneficiaries

    Jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and the South China Morning Post (SCMP), the annual fundraising drive ‘Operation Santa Claus’ (OSC) continues to promote the spirit of giving and caring in Hong Kong to benefit those in need in the city. The closing ceremony of OSC 2023 took place today (31 January) at the Crown Wine Cellars in Deep Water Bay. Officiating guests Acting Deputy Director of Broadcasting Vincent LEE Hin-wah and Editor-in-Chief of SCMP Tammy TAM, together with the representatives of beneficiaries and donors, unveiled a total of HKD 14.9M has been raised this year.


    The ceremony spread love and warmth with music performed by singer Joanna Leane and ruan player, KUNG Ka-ho. Representatives from donors shared details about their community-wide fundraising campaigns while beneficiaries extended their gratitude to the generous benefactors. The OSC fundraising drive over the past two months shined a light on the support the Hong Kong public has shown toward underprivileged groups in our society. Funds raised this year will be distributed among 16 beneficiaries across the city, improving the lives of more than 11,000 people. These beneficiaries include charities dedicated to children and youth, the community, the environment, healthcare, the elderly, as well as individuals with physical and mental disabilities.


    OSC celebrated the successful conclusion of this year’s drive with six awards in recognition of      exceptional corporations and schools for their fundraising efforts. They included:


    Top Corporate Fundraiser – Morgan Stanley

    Top School Fundraiser – DSC International School

    Most Creative Corporate Fundraiser – Disneyland Resort

    Most Creative School Fundraiser – Korean International School

    Best Santa Helper Award – Swire Properties

    New Santa Helper Award – HKT


    Acting Deputy Director of Broadcasting Vincent LEE Hin-wah said, “We are grateful that OSC made a strong comeback in 2023 post-COVID. All fundraising activities received generous support and great turnout from the community. In line with this year's theme of 'Magic Moments,' we brought joy and warmth to those in need in Hong Kong and made an impact on their lives.”

     

    “We would like to extend our profound gratitude to all our donors this year who generously      contributed to the success of the 36th OSC. At SCMP, we are committed to improving the lives of those in need and we will continue to serve Hong Kong with our annual OSC charity drive,” said Tammy TAM, Editor-in-Chief of SCMP. 


      Since its inception in 1988, OSC has raised over HKD 383M for 353 charitable projects in Hong Kong. Video highlights from OSC’s beneficiaries and award-winning donors are available here: https://oschk.org.

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