China

Seven volunteers from Ascott China headed for Beijing Health Recovery Center to visit three children in rehabilitation. It was the first phase of the CapitaLand Disabled Children Rehabilitation Program which is carried out by the China Charity Federation. Supported by the CapitaLand Hope Foundation, the program helps disabled children in Beijing to get professional rehabilitation. This program aims to enable the professional rehabilitation of disabled children effectively to improve the children’s ability to take care of themselves and improve their quality of life.

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Ascott organised “A Gift Of Love To Warm The Heart” winter clothes donation in Beijing and Tianjin. More than 500 pieces clothes were collected from residents and staff members, these clothes will go to CapitaLand Xingfuzhilu Hope School in Inner Mongolia to help keep the children warm during winter.

Citadines Central Xi’an, Citadines Gaoxin Xi’an and Citadines Xingqing Palace Xi’an teamed up to organise a charity event with the Shanxi Children’s Village. Citadines serviced residences sent a team of engineers to repair the houses in the children’s village, and also donated daily items to the children. 23 staff members participated in this event.

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“Happy Kitchen” Program was launched to help improve the dining conditions for at least 1,000 students at CapitaLand Hope Schools across China. The program is a community outreach effort by Ascott China, in partnership with CapitaLand Hope Foundation (China) (CHFC) as the charity sponsor and China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF) as the NGO partner. As part of this program, fund-raising has been carried out among our residents, partners, staffs and public in all Ascott’s serviced residences over two months. The donations will be utilised for kitchen renovation and purchase of equipment for CapitaLand Hope Schools that are in need of proper food preparation facility and equipment. Volunteers will visit the schools to share nutritional knowledge and healthy diets with the teachers and students.

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