Alumni

Feeding Hong Kong food drive!

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Hong Kong

August 13, 2012: 9:00 AM - September 1, 2012: 6:00 PM

Did you know 1 in 5 people in Hong Kong live in poverty? Meanwhile, over 3,200 tonnes of food are sent to landfill every day?

Join the Chicago Booth - Feeding Hong Kong food drive!

Dates: Monday August 13 – Saturday September 1, 2012 (Weekdays, 9:00am – 6:00pm)

Drop-off Location: Grand Finance Group, Lobby, 269-277 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong (Entrance on Hillier Street)

Food Drive will conclude with Feeding Hong Kong presentation and food packing (3 – 4:30pm, Saturday September 1 @ Grand Finance Group, 1/F)

WHAT FOOD CAN I DONATE?

* Rice (individual or family-sized bags)
* Noodles (non-instant, non-fried)
* Cooking oil (corn or vegetable)
* Canned veggies (low sodium, no added sugar)
* Canned fish (in tomato sauce or water)
* UHT Milk (low-fat or non-fat)

INQUIRY? Email Michael Sun at michael@chicagobooth.edu.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A FINANCIAL DONATION

By cheque: Payable to Feeding Hong Kong Limited and mail to: Feeding Hong Kong, Unit 806, Block A1, Yau Tong Industrial City, 17-25 Ko Fai Road, Yau Tong, Kowloon.

By ATM or e-banking: Transfer to HSBC 848-183497-838. Please email donor name, mailing address, donation amount, donation date and the transaction reference number or a copy of the payment slip to info@feedinghk.org andchicagoboothalumnihk@gmail.com.

Tax deductible receipts issued for donations over HK100.

Where

Grand Finance Group
Lobby
269-277 Queen's Road Central
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Driving Directions:

Entrance on Hillier Street

Cost

No Charge

Questions

Michael Sun, '09 

Other Information

ABOUT FEEDING HONG KONG

Feeding Hong Kong rescues surplus high quality food from retailers, manufacturers and distributors and redistributes it to 25 welfare organizations, which then help feed thousands of people in need in Hong Kong. We also raise public awareness about poverty and food insecurity and promote healthy eating and nutritional education to the most vulnerable groups in our community. Visit www.feedinghk.org to learn more.

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