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Established in 1988, Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is one of Hong Kong’s most beloved charity efforts, embraced by a community which has not only given its money, but has also put its time, effort and heart into making Christmas truly special for thousands of beneficiaries over the course of 23 years. Apart from our special recording on opening and closing ceremony, you'll also hear interviews with 16 beneficiaries.
 
Celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is one of Hong Kong’s most beloved charity efforts, embraced by a community which has not only given its money, but has also put its time, effort and heart into making Christmas truly special for thousands of beneficiaries. Apart from our special recording on opening and closing ceremony, you'll also hear interviews with 18 beneficiaries.
 
Established in 1988, Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is one of Hong Kong’s most beloved charity efforts, embraced by a community which has not only given its money, but has also put its time, effort and heart into making Christmas truly special for thousands of beneficiaries over the course of 23 years. In this podcast, you can catch up with our special video coverages on opening and closing ceremony.
 
Small Change, Big ChangePlease support Operation Santa ClausChristmas is about loving and sharing. It is about embracing others with warmth, love and hope. This Christmas, we invite you to help us extend love and support to those less fortunate and brighten up their Christmas.This year, Operation Sana Claus is helping 23 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, the elderly, people with disabilities and those in need.Your help will make a real differen ...
 
Operations Santa Claus 2014(OSC) has been galvanizing the Hong Kong community to embrace the true charitable spirit of Christmas for the past 26 years. Jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong, OSC has received a total donation of HK$211 million to 194 charities, sharing the gift of hope and goodwill to those who lack the means to improve their lives.
 
This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 22 local charities with projects that improve the lives of sick children, the elderly, people with disabilities and many others. Your help can make a real difference to them. Please donate to us now!
 
This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 22 local charities with projects that improve the lives of sick children, the elderly, people with disabilities and many others. Your help can make a real difference to them. Please donate to us now!
 
Small Change, Big ChangePlease support Operation Santa ClausChristmas is about loving and sharing. It is about embracing others with warmth, love and hope. This Christmas, we invite you to help us extend love and support to those less fortunate and brighten up their Christmas.This year, Operation Sana Claus is helping 23 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, the elderly, people with disabilities and those in need.Your help will make a real differen ...
 
For the past 30 years, Operation Santa Claus has received heartwarming support from hundreds of thousands of supporters. Your help has enabled us to financially support many not-for-profit organisations that serve the less fortunate in Hong Kong. This Christmas, we invite you to join us again to bring hope & joy to those in need.This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 14 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, youth, the elderly, and those in nee ...
 
Celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is one of Hong Kong’s most beloved charity efforts, embraced by a community which has not only given its money, but has also put its time, effort and heart into making Christmas truly special for thousands of beneficiaries. In this podcast, you can catch up with our special video coverages on opening and closing ceremony.
 
Operations Santa Claus 2014(OSC) has been galvanizing the Hong Kong community to embrace the true charitable spirit of Christmas for the past 26 years. Jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong, OSC has received a total donation of HK$211 million to 194 charities, sharing the gift of hope and goodwill to those who lack the means to improve their lives.
 
Operation Santa Claus was established by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong in 1988 to connect the local community to worthwhile charities with the help of two of the city's most respected media organisations. Now one of Hong Kong's most popular charity campaigns, OSC has brought joy, goodwill and HK$188 million to 176 charities over the years, sharing the gift of hope to those who lack the means to improve their lives.
 
For the past 30 years, Operation Santa Claus has received heartwarming support from hundreds of thousands of supporters. Your help has enabled us to financially support many not-for-profit organisations that serve the less fortunate in Hong Kong. This Christmas, we invite you to join us again to bring hope & joy to those in need.This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 14 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, youth, the elderly, and those in nee ...
 
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Over the past 30 years, Hong Kong people have shown their generosity by donating or participating in “Operation Santa Claus”, one of Hong Kong's biggest annual fundraising campaigns jointly organised by RTHK Radio 3 and SCMP. The theme for this year ...
 
Over the past 30 years, Hong Kong people have shown their generosity by donating or participating in “Operation Santa Claus”, one of Hong Kong's biggest annual fundraising campaigns jointly organised by RTHK Radio 3 and SCMP. The theme for this year ...
 
Radio 3’s Billy Clarke, spoke to John Silva, the office manager for the Remar Association in Hong Kong about the rehabilitation services they provide to drug addicts, alcoholics, the homeless and the needy in general.
 
The organisation's founder, Cindy Chan, talks to Ian Pooler about some of the challenges that families can face.
 
The Rehabaid Society’s CEO, Dr. Cecilia Lam, spoke to Hugh Chiverton about a project encouraging healthy aging at home.
 
Annemarie Evans talks Helen Lui, the centre head and client Bella about their Eating Well programme.
 
One of the 14 good causes that we’re supporting this year is Operation Dawn, which runs an addiction recovery centre on the remote Town Island, which is also now known as Dawn Island, off Sai Kung. For electricity, it’s largely reliant on solar power, ...
 
Radio 3’s Joseph Li, spoke to Connie To, who is in charge of the Hong Kong Association for Specific Learning Disabilities, and also to the organisation coordinator Karina Chan, who is also the mother of a child experiencing dyslexia.
 
Radio 3’s Queenie Man, spoke to Caribbean Chan, Executive Director, and Peggy Tse, Expressive Arts Project Coordinator from Changing Young Lives Foundation about their Art to heart outreach programme.
 
Radio 3’s Phil whelan, spoke to Elf Wong from Homecare For Girls.
 
The Po-Lueng-Kuk runs over 260 units throughout the city, providing welfare, educational, recreational and cultural services to the community. Radio 3’s Steve James met up with service development officer Rebecca Chan at their offices in Causeway Bay...
 
Radio 3’s Angie Man, spoke to Manoj Dhar, CEO & Co-founder of Integrated Brilliant Education Trust(IBET) at their Jordan Centre about their educational support, particularly Chinese language learning, to those underprivileged ethnic minority students....
 
Radio 3’s Annalie Chow, spoke to Eva Leung, Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women’s project officer about their legal clinic for Victim of Gender Based Violence.
 
Radio 3’s Thomas Latter spoke to Jenny Bate of the Kelly Support Group. His goal was to find out more about their ExCel program and how it aims to support the youth of Hong Kong.
 
Radio 3’s Peter Lewis, spoke to Pony Kong, Manager at Playright about their therapeutic play services to help children deal with illness and medical treatments.
 
Radio 3’s Noreen Mir, spoke to 10 year old Sherman, a cancer patient andTammy Loy, Professional Services Manager from the Children’s CancerFoundation about their Child Life Service, which aims to help childrento cope with stress when receiving me...
 
Doctors used to say she would only live to two years old. Josie Chow Pui-shan, diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (#SMA), is now a student at the University of Hong Kong. She has always wanted to be a writer. “My dream is to give a voice to the voi...
 
OSC 2017 Ambassador Gin LEE urges you to donate now to help make a real difference for those in need.
 
Operation Santa Claus (OSC), jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and South China Morning Post (SCMP), has raised over HK$260 million and benefited more than 250 different charities in the past 29 years. A launch ceremony for “Operati...
 
Operation Santa Claus (OSC), jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and South China Morning Post (SCMP), has raised over HK$260 million and benefited more than 250 different charities in the past 29 years. A launch ceremony for “Operati...
 
On Backchat, according to a new report on inequality published by Oxfam, just eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity. Is that 'obscene', and reason to change the way our economies run? Or a...
 
On Backchat, according to a new report on inequality published by Oxfam, just eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity. Is that 'obscene', and reason to change the way our economies run? Or a...
 
The Juice, with Judd Boaz, was live from the Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley this morning, as the teams gather for the annual Flat Out Sleigh Ride in support of Operation Santa Claus -- our annual fund-raising campaign organised together with t...
 
Will you make their wishes come true this Christmas?Please donate to us now -> osc.scmp.com/donate
 
The launch ceremony for “Operation Santa Claus 2016”, jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and The South China Morning Post (SCMP) was held on November the 9th at The Sky Garden in California Tower, Central. "Small Change, Big Change"...
 
A record sum was revealed on 19 January at the closing ceremony of “Operation Santa Claus 2015”. The annual fundraising campaign is co-organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and South China Morning Post (SCMP). This year’s campaign, held over the
 
Radio 3's Noreen Mir spoke to Jeremy Chan, a teacher from the Hong Chi MorningHill School in Tsui Lam and Bill, a parent who's son goes to the school
 
The Children's Thalassemia Foundation help young people with this form of hereditary anaemia, and they are looking for money to fund a way to better identify donors for stem cell transplants. Hugh Chiverton spoke to the Foundation’s vice chairman Dr. Edmo
 
Hong Kong Alzheimer’s Disease Association has launched a project called the 3Es Programme for People with Dementia – the 3Es standing for early detection, early diagnosis and early intervention. Although there’s no cure for the condition, prompt action
 
Youth Diabetes Radio 3's Noreen Mir spoke to Henry Chui, a young patient with diabetes and Jenny Wong, a social worker about the project of Youth Diabetes.
 
RTHK's Steve James met wiht David Begbie and Richard Payne at the Crossroads headquaters out at the Gold Coast.
 
Radio 3’s Peter Lewis spoke to Centre Head, Helen Lui, about the work of Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre.
 
Phil Whelan spoke to Amy Au, the PR and Fundraising Manager at the Riding for the Disabled Association, about the RDA Academy, which is one of this year’s beneficiaries.
 
Phil Whelan spoke to Ivan Cheng, Chief Officer of “Families of SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) Charitable Trust”, which is one of this year’s beneficiaries.
 
Radio 3’s Angie Man visited the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association in Homantin and talked to its CEO, Irene Leung about their project “On My Way Home” and asked how it benefits the elderly with dementia and their caregivers.
 
The Chung Kok Elderly Centre comes under the Women’s Welfare Club Western District Hong Kong. Money raised will go towards buying a number of smart devices. They'll be used to show the centre's members how technology can improve their lives. Ian Poole
 
IDEAL stands for Intellectually Disabled Education and Advocacy League. This year they are setting up a 6 arts programme to promote better brain health for their aging members. Radio 3's Noreen Mir spoke to Rosina Leung, Laura Yeung and Nora Fung.
 
Fu Hong Society is running a special education project called ' Dialogue between Life and Death' as manager Pok Fook Sun told Hugh Chiverton. The main target is the eight hundred or so people with intellectual disabilities who live long term in the Soce
 
Peter Lewis spoke to Adam Severson, senior legal advisor at the Justice Centre Hong Kong about who the charity helps.
 
Queenie Man visited the Sailability Hong Kong’s yacht club in Pak Sha Wan and spoke to Founders Mike Rawbone and Kay Rawbone about the benefits of sailing for physically disabled and intellectually disabled people, and how the Operation Santa Claus can he
 
Radio 3’s Angie Man spoke to Service Director Maggie Man of International Church of the Foursquare Gospel – Hong Kong District, about their pain release project titled "Pain Control Program for the Elderly" and asked its regular member Lo Siu Noong how h
 
Hear the laughter and cheers from Disneyland as we built up to on the Flat Out Sleigh Ride Event, a fun and creative team-building challenge for Operation Santa Claus.
 
Art in Hospital is running a meaningful project that helps recovered mental patients go into hospitals to make art work with patients who are stuck in hospitals. Noreen Mir spoke to Esther, a participant, Nancy Pang a health worker and Grace Cheng, the Di
 
InspiringHK Sports Foundation is a locally-registered charity that provides two years of free sports education and training to children from underprivileged backgrounds. Your donations will help fund the development of a popular fencing class. To find
 
Angie Man talked to its Operation Director Leroy Lam about their project ‘Discover over Distance”, and found out why this distance learning helps AIDS children in rural China.
 
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