Signature Events

 



Anniversary Charity Walk

Every year supporters and beneficiaries participate together in this flagship fundraising event. Participants play meaningful and interactive games at various checkpoints as they walk along a scenic and historic trail on Ma Wan Island/ Hong Kong Country Parks. All proceeds support birthday parties and summer camps for orphans, children with cancer, children from low-income/single parent/broken families, and hearing impaired children.

 



Egg-cellent Hunter

Celebrating Easter with the disabled and ethnic minority families. The event comprises edutainment activities such as orienteering, interactive workshops and performances, allowing participants to understand the meaning of Easter, enjoy egg hunting in Tung Wan Beach and explore landmarks in Ma Wan. It aims at advocating the positive message of social inclusion to the public, attaching special meaning to the holiday.

 



Three S Project

The initiative allows DSE students to have summer internship opportunities in front-line departments of Noah's Ark Hong Kong and other companies to experience different work environments, and to identify the interest of advanced studies and career path with positive values.

 



Inclusive Para Sports Day

The annual event co-organized with the Hong Kong Paralympic Committee allows people with disabilities to experience the fun of Para Sports, raises public awareness of them, and promotes the equality and inclusiveness of the disabled.

 



"The Ark's Little Doctor" Community Activity

A festival celebration event is designed for the elderly, allowing them to feel love and care of the community. It also encourages "The Ark's Little Doctor" volunteers to develop positive values and learn to respect elderly through festive art-crafts making and gifts distribution.

 



"Celebration of Life" Birthday Parties

Special birthday parties organized for orphans, children with cancer, mentally disabled individuals, children from low-income/single parent/problematic families and hearing impaired groups, to understand "Every life is unique and worth celebrating!". Participants and their families enjoy lunch feast, decorate cupcakes and write birthday wishes.

 



"5 Loaves & 2 Fish" Heartening Initiative

An annual event co-organized by Rainbow Foundation and Noah's Ark Hong Kong to show love and respect to underprivileged families of Hong Kong. In partnership with other local social service centers across Hong Kong, families in need are invited to visit Noah's Ark and enjoy a family style Chinese lunch along with family bonding activities throughout the day. Since the campaign was launched in 2013, 5,000 underprivileged people participate in the event each year. The beneficiaries included homeless, partitioned and subdivided flat residents, persons with disabilities and chronic diseases, living alone elderly, low-income families and individuals from rehabilitation center and hail from all districts in Hong Kong.

 



"Thanksgiving for You" Parent-Child Handicraft Workshop

On the annual Mother's Day and Father's Day, children from single-parent families gather with their parents and present handmade Pastel Nagomi Art paintings and leather wallets to their loved ones.

 



Family Fun Fest in Ma Wan

We invite EM children aged 3-15 with their families to Noah's Ark, taking part in the DIY workshops of aroma stones and galaxy bottles, and rope course to enhance their kinship. We also sponsor them with delicious buffet lunches and gift boxes, to enjoy a precious family time in Thanksgiving.

 



"English Storytelling" Handcraft Workshop

An online workshop with English storytelling and handcraft caters to deprived students aged 6-9. It enhances the beneficiaries' interests in reading and confidence, inspire creativities and improve public speaking skills.

 



"Intergenerational" Art Jam Workshop

An interactive Art Jam workshop for children to exercise their creativity and learn to respect and care the elderly while elderly share stories with the children. A Personal Emergency Link was joined to the child's artwork and distributed to elderly centers afterwards.

 



"Read to Dream" Book Fair

A special book fair co-organized with Sun Hung Kai Properties Reading Club and St.James' Settlement. It allows over 600 children to purchase their favorite books and enhance their reading pleasure. The fair also includes special entertainment like Big Boyz Club Music, a singing group of The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong, and other special guests performances.

 



Upcycling Workshops

Children and youth are encouraged to practice environmental protection through upcycling unused materials and food waste, learning to preserve the Earth's resources.

 



Beach Cleaning

Students and volunteers living in Ma Wan clean the beach together to protect the environment and enjoy a meaningful green time.