To support this year's World Sight Day and response to our slogan "Save more Sight"! HelpMeSee will hold a series of activities to raise funds for our eye simulators project and training programmes, our goal is to train more medical professionals in developing countries and restore sight through a most affordable cost of cataract surgeries! Through these activities, we hope more people could understand the importance of eye vision and the seriousness of global cataract blindness crisis. Your kind generosity will help us to raise resources to support our goal of eliminating cataract-caused vision loss and blindness in the world!
For every donation in October, regardless of the donation amount, donor will receive a children eye health education e-book. For a new monthly donor, a successful donation of $180 or more in the first month, will get a piece of dark eye mask* (limited pieces, first come first served).
Join us and donate now! https://helpmesee.org.hk/en/involved/form
One-time donation of HK$180 or above will get a piece of Glimpse Workshop X HelpMeSee - Natural Bead Bracelet* (Valued at $99, limited pieces, first come first served); Please download the one-time donation form HERE
*Gift will be sent by postal parcel
# Donate HK$100 or above, can get an official receipt for tax deduction
Activities of HelpMeSee World Sight Day:
1. HelpMeSee Hong Kong designed a special profile picture frame to share with public, delivering the message of “With your help, I can see now” To join us, please click HERE
2. An University student Steven Tang, who recently get famous by drawing a bowl of Tan Tsai noodle pencil art painting, will paint for HelpMeSee to deliver the message of importance of eye sight and raise fund to support HelpMeSee’s global programmes. The pencil art drawing fundraising campaign will be lanuched on 11th Oct, 2018 at 6:00pm in the facebook pages of HelpMeSee HK and Peterpancil Art 小飛俠 .
3. HelpMeSee Hong Kong’s corporate partner – Naturally Good will hold the charity event, titled 2018 Carnival - New Zealand and Australia Cultural Tour x HelpMeSee Charity collaboration from October 20th to November 4th in the Atrium of Miramar Shopping Centre to help raise fund for HelpMeSee. The opening ceremony will be held on October 20th. There will be a group of Maori performance Haka Dance on the stage and our fundraising development director will present appreciation certificates to the sponsors and speak at the stage to call for attention to the global blindness and raise fund for HelpMeSee’s eye simulator and training programmes.
In addition to the charity collaboration, there are also a number of support activities, including a free public eye-care talk jointly organised with the charity partner Eyeglass Vision Friendly Foundation, and cookie/cupcake workshop with the event partner Lam C9 and handmade wool felt workshop… etc., all of them will raise fund for HelpMeSee global campaign!
Details of the workshop:
Lam C9 : I love cooking since I was young. I believe that food is a bridge to connect people.
A. Introduction of Holiday Theme Cookies DIY: The cookies are made with high-quality ingredients, and each participant can make 6 pcs cookies. There will be souvenirs given to each participant to acknowledge their support.
Eyeglass Vision Friendly Foundation: Established in December 2010 with a registered charity organisation number of 91/11154. The mission of Eyeglass Vision Friendly Foundation is to promote eye care and public awareness, co-organise eye health talks with charitable partners, provide visual inspections and high quality eyewear.
Introduction of HelpMeSee Eyecare Talk:
4. We are honored to have support from our corporate partners, they are arranging charity sale with HelpMeSee Hong Kong during World Sight Day, part or all of the proceeds will be used to fund our HelpMeSee campaigns: (Charity sale will be updated continuously):
- MBL Wine Group Limited
- Peppertint Limited
- Zalora Hong Kong