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Support Feeding Hong Kong’s Christmas Santa Sacks donation drive!

By Lily Valette 14 December 2023

Every year, the festive season is a time for togetherness and to gather with friends and family, marvel at decorative displays in town, exchange presents, and enjoy a belly-warming meal. However, not all members of our community are so lucky—some struggle with food insecurity and regular access to nutritious food. Local food bank Feeding Hong Kong hopes to help alleviate the problem by delivering 5,000 festive food parcels to those in need this December. Here’s how you can support the programme.

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Photo: Feeding Hong Kong


The easiest and quickest way to join in on Feeding Hong Kong’s Christmas Santa Sacks campaign is to donate towards this 5,000-parcel target. With a $150 donation, Feeding Hong Kong will be able to source and deliver one festive food parcel full of essential items such as rice, cooking oil, noodles, as well as a few festive treats! You can donate here.

Photo: Feeding Hong Kong

Organise a food drive

Alternatively, you can support Feeding Hong Kong’s festive food drive. Within your school, your office, or simply from home, gather any packaged food product with a long shelf life and donate it to a community collection point in Hong Kong. By organising a food drive, you will not only help to donate more food but also raise awareness within your community. If you organise a food drive, Feeding Hong Kong simply asks that you collect food that:

  • Can be stored at room temperature;
  • Is packaged, unopened, and not expired;
  • And has a clearly stated expiry date and manufacturer.

You can find a community collection point near you here.

Whether you donate money, food, or simply spread the word of Feeding Hong Kong’s Christmas Santa Sacks campaign, there’s a way to show support this holiday!

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Lily Valette


Born and raised in the French countryside, Lily arrived in Hong Kong looking for an adventure. Passionate about books, she spent some time in Parisian publishing houses and is the author of an illustrated book about hair. Life in Hong Kong for her entails looking for seaside places to eat and a lot of hiking.

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