Community Events

We care for the community and take it as our social responsibility to support and organise various community events, for the benefit of the needy people and for developing our younger generation. 
 

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2019
Date Title Introduction
Mar
23
Hong Kong Tree Planting Day
Around 60 Housing Society Green Ambassadors joined other corporate volunteers to plant 6,000 tree seedlings, demonstrating concerted efforts in building a sustainable and greener city.
Around 60 Housing Society Green Ambassadors joined other corporate volunteers to plant 6,000 tree seedlings, demonstrating concerted efforts in building a sustainable and greener city.
Around 60 Housing Society Green Ambassadors joined other corporate volunteers to plant 6,000 tree seedlings, demonstrating concerted efforts in building a sustainable and greener city.
Mar
21
Smart City Project Programme Training Series
A visit was arranged for 27 students and teachers from 14 schools to learn more about the application of gerontechnology in “elderly-friendly” residential units at The Tanner Hill, under the Smart City Project Programme Training Series co-organised by the Housing Society and Education Bureau.
Smart City Project Programme Training Series
A visit was arranged for 27 students and teachers from 14 schools to learn more about the application of gerontechnology in “elderly-friendly” residential units at The Tanner Hill, under the Smart City Project Programme Training Series co-organised by the Housing Society and Education Bureau.
2018
Date Title Introduction
Nov
03
Walk for Nature 2018
More than 30 HS colleagues together with their relatives and friends joined the Walk for Nature 2018 held at the Mai Po Nature Reserve, in support of protecting our beautiful wetland.
Oct
12
HKHS Drama Competition for Secondary School Students
With a gradually ageing population in Hong Kong, it has become increasingly important for us to reconcile our ways of living with the elderly in all facets of life. In our current population of 7.4 million, over 1.27 million are aged 65 or older. It is expected to double in the coming 20 years, representing over 30% of the total population.

The Hong Kong Housing Society (HKHS) has been serving the Hong Kong community with a social mission. In addition to providing different kinds of elderly housing, we have launched the Ageing-in-Place (AIP) Scheme at our rental estates to help the elderly residents age in place.

HKHS is organising its inaugural Drama Competition for Secondary Schools in a bid to bring the elderly-youth relation under the limelight, advocating the virtue of cross-generation harmony through creative drama performances. All local secondary schools and not-for-profit organisations are welcome to form teams and join the competition.

Please click here for details (Chinese Version Only).
Poster of HKHS Drama Competition for Secondary Schools (Chinese Version Only)
The Results (1st round) of HKHS Drama Competition for Secondary Schools
HKHS Drama Competition for Secondary School Students 2019 winning entries
Aug
17
HSC Community Scholarship
In the HSC Community Scholarship Scheme this year, 15 students from 8 rental estates of HS received a scholarship of HK$5,000 each as a recognition of their good performance in Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination. Four students of them with outstanding results of 30 points or above were granted the "Award for Excellence" with a top-up of HK$5,000.
Aug
04
Award Presentation Ceremony of Estates Drawing Competition Cum a Themed Talk on “Anecdotes of Old Hong Kong”
The Award Presentation Ceremony of Estates Drawing Competition was held at East Point City on 4 August 2018 with a total of 100 participants attended, followed by a themed talk named “Anecdotes of Old Hong Kong” hosted by Mr Cheng Po-hung, Honorary Adviser to the Hong Kong Museum of History.
Award Presentation Ceremony of Estates Drawing Competition Cum a Themed Talk on “Anecdotes of Old Hong Kong”
Award Presentation Ceremony of Estates Drawing Competition Cum a Themed Talk on “Anecdotes of Old Hong Kong”
May
24
Kick-off Ceremony of HKHS 70th Anniversary Roving Exhibition cum Award Presentation Ceremony of “Cross-generation Harmony” Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools 2017/18
The opening ceremony of the Roving Exhibitions was held at City Galley, Central on 24 May 2018. On the same day, the Housing Society also organised the Award Presentation Ceremony for its first Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools.

Details: microfilm.hkhs.com (Chinese Version Only)
A group photo of the winning teams of “Cross-generation Harmony” Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools 2017/18 with the representatives of HKHS and the supporting organisations
The results of
Mar
25
Hong Kong Tree Planting Day
Over 60 members of Housing Society Community joined the tree planting activity at Tai Tong in Yuen Long, in support of building a sustainable green city.
Over 60 members of Housing Society Community joined the tree planting activity at Tai Tong in Yuen Long, in support of building a sustainable green city.
Mar
19
Liberal Studies teachers visited The Tanner Hill
Partnered with the Education Bureau, a visit to The Tanner Hill was arranged for over 40 Liberal Studies teachers to understand how the concept of “Ageing-in-Place” could be realised through an elderly housing projects that included skilled-care services and facilities tailored for the residents.
Liberal Studies teachers visited The Tanner Hill
Liberal Studies teachers visited The Tanner Hill
Liberal Studies teachers visited The Tanner Hill
2017
Date Title Introduction
Nov
05
Walk for Nature 2017
More than 30 HS colleagues together with their relatives and friends joined the Walk for Nature 2017 held at the Mai Po Nature Reserve, in support of protecting Hong Kong's nature.
More than 30 HS colleagues together with their relatives and friends joined the Walk for Nature 2017 held at the Mai Po Nature Reserve, in support of protecting Hong Kong's nature.
Oct
03
“Cross-generation Harmony” Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools 2017/18
In face of the ageing population, the Housing Society has developed a wide array of programmes to meet the needs of seniors from different socio-economic backgrounds, some of which have incorporated the element of “cross-generation harmony”. To further promote this concept, the Housing Society organized its first Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools, in a bid to advocate the virtue of filial piety and share community stories of harmony between the young and old through creative short videos.

Details: microfilm.hkhs.com (Chinese Version Only)
“Cross-generation Harmony” Microfilm Competition for Secondary Schools 2017/18
Aug
24
HSC Community Scholarship
The Housing Society Community Scholarship was established in 2014 to encourage students living in the rental estates to pursue academic excellence. Since its inception, a total of 80 awards have been granted to 65 students. This year, 12 students from 8 rental estates received a scholarship of HK$5,000 each for their satisfactory performance in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination. Three students with outstanding results of 30 points or above were additionally granted the “Award for Excellence” worth HK$5,000.
HSC Community Scholarship
Jul
27
Secondary Schools Student Internship Programme
Over 10 Form Five students from Yuen Long District joined a 2-week summer internship programme of HS to broaden their horizons and get a taste of the working environment.
Secondary School Student Internship Programme
2016
Date Title Introduction
May
11
Showing Love and Respect to the Elderly Tenants
A birthday celebration activity was held at the Cheung Muk Tau Holiday Centre for 450 elderly residents. On the same occasion, talks on road safety, scam prevention and health care, as well as a Carnation Workshop were arranged for the elderly participants to promote healthy living.
Elderly residents from different estates celebrated birthdays together
2015
Date Title Introduction
Nov
15
The Elderly Meets the Post-70s
The Housing Society jointly organised the “Ten Outstanding Young Persons Selection Community Service Day 2015: The Elderly Meets the Post-70s” with the Junior Chamber International Hong Kong. Nine of the Outstanding Young Persons and over 20 JCI members visited the Cheerful Court Care Home to spend a joyful time with the elderly through games such as laughter yoga. They also visited the elderly tenants of Cheerful Court and listened to them reminiscing their past, and worked together to create a painting called “Dream Home of the Silver Age” to share their vision of elderly care.
The Outstanding Young Persons visited the senior tenants in the Cheerful Court Care Home and Cheerful Court and painted the
2014
Date Title Introduction
Oct
24
Visiting elderly at Lok Man Sun Chuen
The “Miraculous Aging Scheme for Teens” (“Teens”) Project was launched in 2010 for young people to learn about the effects of degradation in the elderly and care for the elders for achieving inter-generation harmony. Through the Teens Project, a home visit at Lok Man Sun Chuen was arranged for a group of Form 4 students from S.K.H Tsoi Kung Po Secondary School to let them know more about the daily life of the elderly and understand their thoughts and needs through communications.
A home visit at Lok Man Sun Chuen was arranged for a group of Form 4 students from S.K.H Tsoi Kung Po Secondary School to let them know more about the daily life of the elderly and understand their thoughts and needs through communications.
Aug
27
“Passion for Ming Wah” Photo Competition
To present the sentiments of members of the public towards Ming Wah Dai Ha, the “Passion for Ming Wah” Photo Competition was held for the participants to cherish their collective memories of the estate through images. The competition received an overwhelming response of 892 entries.
“Passion for Ming Wah” Photo Competition
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