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Christmas Jumper Day

It was very festive at JEEVES office on #ChristmasJumperDay last Friday for Save the Children Hong Kong 香港救助兒童會. We all put on our snazzy jumpers, it turned out an enjoyable and exciting day as we collectively raised money to provide support children with a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.

 

Other exciting news, on behalf of Ms. Yen Kuok, the founder of Guiltless Hong Kong, we donated HK$15,000 to the Children's Emergency Fund, which enables Save the Children to respond immediately and effectively to the needs of children in an emergency and save more lives.

If you wish to get involved, it will never be too late to send your donations through the following three donation methods:

1. PAY IN ONLINE - go to www.christmasjumperday.org.hk to make a quick donation

2. PAY IN BY POST - send your cheque, made payable to Save the Children Hong Kong Limited to 8/F Pacific Plaza, 410-418 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Wan, Hong Kong

3. PAY IN BY PHONE - call Jumper HQ to register your donation by credit card on 3160 8686

We are blessed to have such generous teammates in the JEEVES family, thank you all for your generosity. Last but not least, we are also genuinely grateful to the incredibly warm gesture and the kind-heart of Ms. Kuok for your involvement. THANK YOU!

On behalf of the JEEVES team, we wish you and your family a joyful Christmas and a prosperous New Year 2019.

JEEVES Team

 



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