“A recurring message that I hear from our frontline workers is that they don’t want to stop. The thought of their friends going without food or shelter really pains them.” Jeff Rotmeyer
Thank you all so much for your support during this challenging time.
We are aware that so many of you are also struggling with this Covid situation, so we’re so grateful that despite that, you are still thinking of those experiencing homelessness in our city. Continue reading “HK homeless serving homeless”
“To love our neighbor as ourselves is such a truth for regulating human society, that by that alone one might determine all the cases in social morality.” John Locke
With demand rising quickly, here’s a short list of organizations who have identified specific needs and are actively seeking assistance to coordinate crisis support for our rapidly growing vulnerable population facing tough times. Continue reading “Help Wanted Hong Kong”
Masks, medical protection, tests, vaccines and now home testing kits are putting a strain on Hong Kong’s overburdened landfills. Continue reading “Plastic pandemic tidal wave”
Promote the “Bring Your Own Bottle” waste reduction strategy and upgrade public water fountains
Ask the government to upgrade public water fountains.
From Drink Without Waste
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and Food and Hygiene Department (FEHD) have suspended more than 1,000 water dispensers for almost two years now, forcing visitors of public facilities to buy bottled water or packaged drinks. Continue reading “Petition: Reduce Plastic Waste”
It’s time to start talking about mental health.
To support individuals affected by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Mind HK is providing information about pro bono services in English and Cantonese supporting mental health and well being in Hong Kong. Continue reading “It’s okay to not be okay”
Our future is in good hands …
Both of Aya’s parents are HK heartbeat pioneer members and we have proudly witnessed this young person grow into a eco-hero being a powerfully creative voice for positive change. Continue reading “Student project — composting survey”
Share your thoughts on the use of single use plastics in Hong Kong.
The HK government public consultation on on regulation of Disposable Plastic Tableware has started. Continue reading “Plastic tableware consultation”
Hollywood’s latest scary movie is all about saving some of the 100 million sharks slaughtered every year.
OceansAsia founder Gary Stokes has finally revealed the secret project he has been taking part in and it’s a real life scary shark movie. “Everybody does blame China, (more…)