Fundraising Programmes
Mid-Autumn Festival Appeal 2020

Nothing can stop our all-round support for frail elderly

A leisurely retirement may be a dream for us all.  But alas, there is a distance between reality and dreams.  One day we may lose our self-care ability and become dependent in our daily living needs, large and small.

Nowadays, households are getting smaller.  We have currently 450,000 elderly singletons and doubletons in our society.  As their self-care ability decline as they age, a stable retirement life once they long for would get tough.  Elderly couples may support each other, but elderly singletons have to face their chronic illnesses or financial difficulties all by alone.  There’s no way for them to relive their stress.  Sometimes they may even worry about becoming a burden to their families, leading to tragedies.

The Salvation Army Home Care Service Team has been established in Kwun Tong since 1979.  At present, the Team’s service has extended to Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tai Po and Sai Kung, providing community support services to people with self-care difficulties and the needy families, including nursing, rehabilitation, meal delivery, home care and laundry.  We hope that our services can help the elderly live in dignity as we actualise the concepts of ‘Ageing in Place’ and ‘Continuum of Care’.  

Our carers regularly pay home visits and deliver materials to the elderly and their families, supporting their body, mind and soul and walking out of the dark and helpless days with them.  At this Mid-Autumn Festival, we sincerely invite you all to donate and support The Salvation Army community care services to bring help and love to those in need.

Online Donation 

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Become a monthly donor
By joining the Salvation Army monthly donation programme, you can help us plan and develop long-term services and reduce costs for fundraising and administration in our work to support more people in need in the society:

1. Families facing crisis

2. Disadvantaged Elders

3. Children and Youth

4. People with Disabilities

5. The Marginalized Minorities


Donate Mooncakes and Bring Blessings

We sincerely ask for your support for the upcoming Mooncake Collection campaign, to share the festive joy and love to the needy in the society.

Mooncake collection period: 1 to 18 September 2020

For the collection points , please refer to Chinese version.

*Mooncakes of the following type and conditions will not be accepted due to food hygiene and safety concerns: snowy mooncakes, mooncakes manufactured outside of Hong Kong, mooncakes that are not individually packaged and expired mooncakes.

mid-autumn appeal (english)
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