Lok Sin Tong Charity Candy Campaign has been held since 2001 for the charity sale at specific MTR stations, shopping malls and outdoor locations. In view of COVID-19 outbreak, the charity sale of Lok Sin Tong Charity Candy Campaign 2021 will be available online for the very first time. It is honorable to cooperate with the brand of handmade candy papabubble and the renowned illustrator Dustykid, which is definitely the icing on the cake for the campaign! Please donate and support us!
To raise funds for our medical, educational, elderly care and social welfare services, Lok Sin Tong is joining hands with Boomabliss Cantonese Opera Troupe this year in presenting the Lok Sin Tong 140th Anniversary Charity Cantonese Opera Night.
The annual flagship event of Lok Sin Tong Charity Walk has been held for the 23rd year. Due to the pandemic, the Charity Walk will be held online for the sake of public health this year. “Lok Sin Tong 140th Anniversary Virtual Charity Walk” will be available online for registration. Making donation and working out at home could be done at the same time in an attempt to make the Charity Walk being healthy and meaningful. Participants have to complete the challenge either walking 14,000 steps or burning 2,000 calories. Participants could go running, hiking, stretching out, running on the spot, jumping rope etc. Let’s burn calories and kick away the negativity!
BOC ( HK ) E-Donation Platform, in February of this year, has been being put into service on our Lok Sin Tong website so as to provide donors with more ways for making donation.
LST sincerely express our gratitude to donors for your kind support to help those who suffered during this unprecedented time. Donate through BoC (HK) E-Donation Platform by using BoC Pay, Union Pay QR code, Alipay HK, WeChat Pay or FPS and until 31st October 2020, BOC Credit Card (International) Limited (1) will additionally sponsor half of the total donation to LST(2).
In view of the soaring seasonally adjusted unemployment rate and underemployment rate for January to March this year at their highest levels in recent years due to the severe blow dealt by the COVID-19 epidemic to economic activities in Hong Kong. The Lok Sin Tong Benevolent Society, Kowloon, joins hands with the Project WeCan and Faculty of Social Science, HKU, to launch the pilot project of “We Share! We Can”, to help the student whom family’s financial is falling into the hardship these months...