I was really lucky to be invited to attend this event where over 20 guests, including journalists, influential lifestyle bloggers and Chocolate Rain’s founder, Ms. Prudence Mak, joined hands with Sino Hotels’ Executive Management Team to add a festive touch to the colourful patchwork blankets together with 21 children from Liu Ming Choi Kindergarten.
A total of 50 patchwork blankets were created by the award-winning local design house Chocolate Rain and each was made from donated clothing and upcycled fabric. They will be donated to the beneficiaries of Operation Santa Claus such as elderly centres, through a series of outreach programmes conducted by Sino Hotels in December.
Sino Hotels’ Management Team, Chocolate Rain’s founder, Ms. Prudence Mak and 21 children from Lui Ming Choi Kindergarten worked hands in hands to add a festive touch to the Christmas patchwork blankets. The blankets were made from donated clothing and upcycled fabrics by Chocolate Rain and will be handed out to the community sharing the festive warmth and joy.
Kick-starting the festivities and outreach program with Christmas cake cutting from Sino Hotels’ Management Team, Chocolate Rain founder Ms. Prudence Mak and the children from Lui Ming Choi Kindergarten gather around Santa Claus.
Christmas arrived early – Santa Claus arrived as the special guest and offered gifts and Christmas party glasses to the participating children.
Christmas charity sales of the party glasses starts on 3 December and will be available until 28 December with all proceeds going to Operation Santa Claus.
Children showcasing the Operation Santa Claus Christmas party glasses which will be on charity sales from 3 to 28 December at The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, City Garden Hotel, Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, Island Pacific Hotel, The Pottinger Hong Kong and Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club.