The Shui On Seagull Club, a volunteer social service unit registered with the HKSAR government, was established in 1982. Activities are organized by the Club's Executive Committee, formed by volunteers from the Group. Through participating in volunteer service activities after working hours, our staff members contribute to the betterment of the community and the welfare of the less fortunate and needy.

 

Shui On Seagull Club
 

Policy Statement
Organization and Membership
Services and Activities
   
- Charity Walk
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Environmental Protection
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Service for the Physically Challenged
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Service for the Elderly
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Others

 

Policy Statement

- Encourage Shui On staff to make good use of their leisure time by participating in social service activities.
- Expand the social service scope of the Seagull Club, promote social service consciousness of Shui On staff.
- Enhance interpersonal communication and fellowship of Shui On staff through participation in social service activities together.

 

Organization and Membership

All employees of the Shui On Group and its subsidiary companies automatically become Seagull Club members. Employees are also welcome to join the Executive Committee for planning and promotion of activities.

 

Services and Activities

The Seagull Club aims to serve the community. Since its establishment, the Seagull Club has been continuously and actively involved in activities organized by different social service associations and volunteer associations in Hong Kong in order to help people in need.

 

Charity Walk
 
2004 – Donation of $75,000 to Suen Mei Speech & Hearing Centre for purchasing hearing aids as well as setting up a toy library for the centre. Donation of $150,444 to Hong Chi Association for purchasing necessary equipment for its Multi-sensory Room.


 

2003 – Donation of $248,309 to the Hong Kong Renal Centre Limited for purchasing a new dialysis machine and replacing parts of the existing 10 machines.


 

2002 – Donation of $220,000 to the Caritas Chan Chun Ha Hostel and Evangelize China Fellowship Holy Word School for installation of much needed facilities including air-conditioners, multi-sensory stimulating facilities and other equipment.


 

2001 – Donation of $268,000 was sent to the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association for setting up a comprehensive PABX telephone system for services such as Personal Emergency Link and Elderly Ring Hotline for the elderly and chronic invalids. Part of the fund will be spent on purchasing Personal Emergency Link service for the needy who cannot afford the service.


 

2000 – Donation of HK$320,000 was sent to The Spastics Association of Hong Kong for the purchase of a 16-seat mini-bus.


 

1999 – Donation of HK$176,670 was sent to Christian Family Service Centre for the establishment of a Carers' Resources Centre which provides rental services of rehabilitation equipment, reference publications, video and cassette tapes for those who take care of the elderly.


 

1997 – Participated in The Community Chest – Walk for Millions of New Territories, collected a total of HK$170,000 and was awarded "The Merits of Charity Walk Team".
1996 – Donation of HK$204,000 was sent to establish a library for a nursery school subsidized by the Heep Hong Society For Handicapped Children.
1995 – Donation of HK$392,600 was sent to Breakthrough Youth Village for the purchase of a 12-seat mini-bus.
1994 – Donation of HK$240,000 was sent to St. John Ambulance Brigade for the purchase of three sets of defibrillators.
1993 – Donation of HK$180,000 was sent to Ebenezer School And Home For The Blind, for the purchase of equipment for a Home-management room and a Mathematics room.
1992 – Donation of HK$370,000 was sent to The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, for the purchase of a rehabilitation mini-bus.
  
Environmental Protection

1999 – Participated in the Corporate Afforestation Scheme organized by the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and planted the Shui On Woodland at Tai Lam Country Park.


 

1993 – Participated in the Tree Planting Campaign organized by the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and planted trees at Tai Mo Shan.
1992 – Participated in the Tree Planting Campaign organized by the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and planted trees at Tai Au Mun.
1991 – Collected recycling paper from Shui On offices.
  
Service for the Physically Challenged

2002 – Organized a one-day tour with Heep Hong Society.
2001 – Jointly organized a one-day tour for mentally challenged adults with The Spastic Association of Hong Kong at the Music Farm. Different kinds of activities, games and barbecue were arranged for them.


  

1999 – Visited the mentally challenged children of Pinehill Village and painted the playground for them.


  

1999 – Sponsored and assisted The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation in organizing a visit to "Window of the World" in Shenzhen for 65 physically challenged persons.


   

1996 – Accompanied and served over 100 physically challenged persons by organizing a trip to visit the Big Buddha Statue on Lantau Island.


  

1995 – Accompanied and served over 100 physically challenged persons by organizing a trip to visit the Big Buddha Statue on Lantau Island.
1995 – Arranged a ferry tour for the physically challenged from The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation to enjoy the firework displays in the Lunar New Year.
1994 – Held a barbecue party with The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation.
1994 – Organized family activities for Heep Hong Society For Handicapped Children.
1994 – Organized a fun party for The Spastics Association of Hong Kong, Lok Wah Hostel.
1994 – Arranged a ferry tour for the elderly from the Helping Hand Old Age Homes and the physically challenged  from The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation to enjoy the firework displays in the Lunar New Year.
1993 – Refurnished the crafts room and organized a Christmas party for the mentally challenged children of Pinehill Village.
1993 –

Accompanied the physically challenged to the former Hong Kong Governor's Mansion.
  

Service for the Elderly

2002 – Visited around 280 singleton elderly in Pak Tin Estate, Shek Kip Mei and presented them with new year gifts.
2001 – Jointly organized a dinner party for the singleton elderly living in Kwun Tong with Christian Family Service Centre.


  

2001 – Organized a one-day tour for the singleton elderly living in Sheung Shui District.
2001 – Jointly organized the “Regular Visit Programme for the Singleton Elderly” with Christian Family Service Centre. Volunteers will visit the singleton elderly in the Kwun Tong District at least once every two months for one year.
2001 – Visited nearly 100 singleton elderly in Kwun Tong before the Lunar New Year together with the Christian Family Service Centre. During the home visits, the elderly shared their problems with the volunteers, who also helped them test their Personal Emergency Link devices and presented them with new-year gifts.


 

2000 – Organized a Mid-Autumn celebration party with Leung Lee Sau Yu Recreation Centre for the Elderly of Women’s Welfare Club, Eastern District, Hong Kong for 125 elderly, including singleton elderly.


 

2000 – Organized gate-painting service for the singleton elderly at Lam Tin and Tak Tin Estate before the Lunar New Year with Christian Family Service Centre. Volunteers also sent warmth and regards to the elderly through their home visits and new-year gifts.


 

1999 – Organized a Mid-Autumn celebration party with The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council Pak Tin Multi-Service Centre for the Elderly for 67 singleton elderly from Shek Kip Mei district and Pak Tin Estate.


 

1998 – Organized free moon cake giveaway activities and family visits for The Neighborhood Advice-Action Council, and celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival with the singleton elderly in the Hung Hom district.
1997 – Organized Easter Holiday celebration for the elderly patients of Our Lady of MaryKnoll Hospital.


 

1995 – Organized a Mid-Autumn celebration party for Wong Tai Sin Kwong Yum Home for the Aged.
1994 – Organized a Mid-Autumn celebration party for Kwai Shing West Hostel and Siu Sai Wan Elderly Home.
1994 – Arranged a ferry tour for the elderly from the Helping Hand Old Age Homes and the physically challenged from The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation to enjoy the firework displays in Lunar New Year.
1993 – Organized joint-celebration day for Tai Wo Hau Care Homes.

Others

2003 – Organized a one-day trip for 66 members of single-parent families to visit the Peak and Sheung Wan Gala Point, with barbecue lunch at the Shek O Beach.
2002 – Participated in the Carnival organized by the TWGHs Wong Tai Sin Hospital's Patient Resource Centre.
2002 – Visited patients in the Kowloon Hospital and organized a barbecue and games for them.
2001 – Appointed by the Social Welfare Department as Corporate Volunteer Mentor to provide mentoring service to corporations that are planning to set up and develop a corporate volunteer team.
2001 – Organized a two-day camp with Hong Kong Association for Specific Learning Disabilities for 90 participants.


 

2001 – Participated in the Corporate Volunteer Mentor Scheme under the Volunteer Movement organized by the Social Welfare Department. Shui On Seagull Club will provide advice and assistance to other corporations that are interested in forming volunteer teams and organizing volunteer activities.


 

2000 – Sponsored two teams to participate in Trailwalker 2000, raising around HK$20,000 for Oxfam Hong Kong.


 

2000 – Participated in "Donation of Act of Kindness" organized by Hong Kong Red Cross and distributed goodwill cards to staff members. Supported its Goodwill Carnival by setting up a game booth and arranged free transportation for around 100 single-parent family members from Heep Lai Society of The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong so they could participate in the event.


 

1999 – Sponsored three teams to participate in Trailwalker'99 and more than HK$45,000 was raised for Oxfam Hong Kong.


 

1998 – Sponsored four teams to participate in TrailWalker'98 and more than HK$50,000 was raised for Oxfam Hong Kong.
1997 – Organized a day camp with The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong for over 80 single-parent family members.


 

1996 – Participated in the Hospital Authority's "Corporate Volunteers Programme” to serve the patients of Our Lady Of MaryKnoll Hospital.
1995 – Assisted Enchi Lodge of Drug Addict Counselling and Rehabilitation Services in clearing the grass for the construction site of a playground for the young drug abusers.
1994 – Donation to Enchi Lodge of Drug Addict Counselling and Rehabilitation Services (DACRS) for repairing of the centre.