THE HUB Charity Ball 2019

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All For A Good Cause 

 

To give disadvantaged children in our society equal opportunities to excel and break the poverty cycle and become valuable members of the community, Macey and Sons was happy to sponsor a print of Hua Qing’s Human’s Tale-Bike-Sharing No. 2, 11/99 for the silent auction and contribute a part to the Hub Charity Ball 2019 on 18 October.

 

Macey & Sons also sponsored an exclusive lucky draw and a lucky winner brought home a print of Hua Qing’s Heaven Asked, 30/99. 

 

Just for your information if you need more background about the charity.  Please go to: https://www.thehubhk.org or refer to the introduction about The Mission, Belief, Services and Achievement of The Hub as shown below:

 

Our Mission

 

To give disadvantaged children in our society equal opportunities to excel and break the poverty cycle and become valuable members of the community.

Our Belief

We can transform the lives of disadvantaged children by providing them with a nurturing environment where they can grow up healthily and happily.

 

Our Services

 

·         Academic Support

·         Arts, Music, Sports Programs

·         Health and Wellness

·         Parenting, Counselling

 

Our Achievement

 

·         Serving over 1,200 children, youth and family members annually

·         Offers over 500 programs

 

Winner of Our Sponsored Lucky Prize Draw
Charitable donors of the night. Core Partner: Rotary District 3450

 

ABOUT THE HUB

 

The HUB is a children's support centre which provides educational support, extra-curricular classes, family counselling, social health and wellbeing services to those who need it most without discrimination.

 

In early 2011 the first HUB was established in Bangkok, Thailand in partnership with Childline Thailand with the support of the Royal Family.  

 

Hong Kong based Australians David Boehm and Bruce Stinson decided they wanted to give something back to Hong Kong after 30+ years of working and living here and the outcome was a commitment to help the children in disadvantaged circumstances, especially concerning economic and social opportunities. 

 

They believe that youths are the key for Hong Kong to continue to be a leading, growing community. They saw that not all children had the same opportunity so they decided to form a charity to give children the opportunity to find a better environment to develop into contributing members of the community.