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MaBelle strongly believes that corporate social responsibility is an indispensable part of a modern enterprise. Therefore, our business philosophy is to serve the well-being and the prosperity of the public, our company as well as our employees.

 

We owe our success to the unyielding trust and support of the people of Hong Kong. We therefore aim to do our part by giving back to society through meaningful projects. We hope to improve the standard of living of Hong Kong citizens through strengthening public awareness of preventable diseases, thereby encouraging harmonious communities and freeing up resources for other causes. For more than a decade, we have successfully held a variety of charity events both through collaborating with Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and on our own initiative.

 
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    2004
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    2004

    - “First Aid for Stroke” Community Education Project

     

    Stroke is Hong Kong’s third biggest killer, and stroke victims have become younger in recent years. Most people actually show subtle symptoms before serious strokes occur, signs which are often overlooked. Timely first aid measures are key to limiting the damage brought on by stroke. Therefore, the Project aims to increase awareness of stroke symptoms and to educate the public on life-saving first aid techniques...

     
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    2004 - 2005

    - Women’s Psychological Health Services Project

    This Project aims to educate communities on physical, emotional and psychological health, as well as preventing emotional disorders and depression among women. It also has the objective of helping women improve their health in all aspects, thereby strengthening self-respect, confidence and their ability to handle anxiety and stress...

     
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    2005
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    2005 - 2006

    - “Healthy Bones, Beautiful Life” Community Education Project

    90% of female interviewees under the age of 50 thought that Osteoporosis was an elderly health issue, while 70% of interviewees were unaware that bones start to weaken from the age of 35. This Project aims to increase community knowledge of Osteoporosis and thus encourage people to take preventative measures well in advance...

     
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    2005 - 2006

    - Happy and Healthy Eating Community Education Project

    High blood pressure is a high risk factor that leads to heart disease and cerebrovascular disease, both of which are the most common fatal diseases seen in Hong Kong. According to a community survey conducted by the Hospital Authority in 2004, among Hong Kong people over the age of 40, around 24% have high blood pressure. Whilst according to the World Health Organisation’s statistics, around 50% of high blood pressure patients are unaware that they have the condition; and of those who do know, 50% do not receive treatment. Therefore, this Project aims to increase knowledge of high blood pressure in communities, taking the everyday approach of healthy eating to prevent the condition...

     
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    2006
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    2006 - 2008

    - Women Employment/Elderly Support Programme

    This Programme is sponsored by the Social Welfare Department’s “Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged”. This is not only a recognition of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals’ success in involving enterprises in charitable causes, but it also affirmed MaBelle’s willingness to take on ever greater corporate social responsibility. MaBelle will cooperate with the Hong Kong SAR government to create new opportunities for the disadvantaged, offering suitable services to build a harmonious and compassionate society.

     
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    2008
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    2008

    - Fundraising for Sichuan Earthquake Victims

    In May 2008, a Ritcher scale 8 earthquake claimed tens of thousands of lives in Sichuan, China. Countless people were injured and their homes destroyed.

     
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    2008

    - World Heart Day

    Heart disease and stroke are the world’s biggest killers, causing 17 million deaths every year. With the aim of promoting healthy living in Hong Kong, MaBelle has sponsored the World Heart Foundation’s efforts to educate the public on cardiac health and how to reduce the preventable risks of getting heart disease or stroke...

     
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    2008 - 2009

    - "UPKEEP" (Understand Parkinson’s Disease and Keep Managing It) Community Education Project

     

    "UPKEEP" (Understand Parkinson’s Disease and Keep Managing It) Community Education Project
    The Project ran from January to July 2009...

     
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    2008 - 2009

    - “Diabetes Prevention through Healthy Diet” Community Education Project

     

    The Christian New Being Fellowship was established in Sai Kung in 1989. In the last 20 years, New Being has successfully given young drug users a new lease on life through Youth Gospel Drug Treatment & Rehabilitation Integrated Training, reintegrating them into society...

     
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    2009
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    2009

    - MaBelle Raises Funds for the Christian New Being Fellowship

     

    The Christian New Being Fellowship was established in Sai Kung in 1989. In the last 20 years, New Being has successfully given young drug users a new lease on life through Youth Gospel Drug Treatment & Rehabilitation Integrated Training, reintegrating them into society...

     
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    2009

    - World Heart Day

    According to the Department of Health and government statistics, diabetic patients number 700,000, meaning around 1 in 10 people in Hong Kong are diabetic. Diabetes is also the 8th most common deadly disease in Hong Kong. Furthermore, due to poor eating habits, lack of exercise and obesity, diabetic patients are becoming younger, which is a worrying trend that cannot be ignored...

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    2010
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    2010

    - World Heart Day

    The World Heart Day 2010 Carnival and Walkathon were held on 3 October 2010. MaBelle sponsored the World Heart Day 2010 ‘Protect Your Heart’ short film competition, which was separated into two divisions - 18 & Under (Junior Division) and 18 & Above (Senior Division). First, Second, Third and Merit prizes were awarded in each division. The prize presentation ceremony was held in the Lecture Theatre of the Hong Kong Central Library on 17 October. The youngest prize winner was only 9 years old. The themes for the 2010 short film competition were as follows: ‘Eating Smart at Work’ for the Senior Division, and ‘ Healthy Eating at School’ for the Junior Division.
    MaBelle has sponsored this competition for three consecutive years. Please visit the website below to view this year’s award-winning works as well as those from the last two years.

     
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    2010 - 2011

    - “Awareness of Heart Disease” Community Education Project

    Project Objectives: Heart disease is Hong Kong’s second biggest killer, claiming increasingly more lives in recent years. Through this Project, we hope to increase awareness and knowledge of heart disease, and to educate the public on measures of prevention. Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and MaBelle have worked together to run the “Awareness of Heart Disease” Community Education Project...


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    2010 - 2011

    - “Quality Life for Women” Community Education Project


    Project Objectives: Rapid social developments and quickening pace of life are to be blamed for mounting pressure for sensitive working women. They have multiple roles to play - in their workplace, marriage and family life. Inevitably, these women often struggle with their commitments and face considerable stress, leading to negligence of their own emotional and personal growth. We hope the “Quality Life for Women” Community Education Project will encourage working women to pay more attention to their physical and emotional needs. Furthermore, we hope to encourage women to spend a little bit of time every day to cultivate positive thinking and learn how to handle pressure in order to realise a beautiful and fulfilling life. Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and MaBelle have worked together to run the following community education programmes...

     

     
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    2011
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    2011

    - World Heart Day

    The World Heart Day 2011 Carnival and Walkathon were held on 2 October 2011. MaBelle sponsored the World Heart Day 2011 ‘Protect Your Heart’ short film competition, which was separated into two divisions - Students and Open. First, Second, Third and Merit prizes were awarded in each division. The prize presentation ceremony was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 20 November.
    The theme for the 2011 short film competition was ‘One world, one home, one heart’. MaBelle has sponsored this competition for four consecutive years. Please visit the website below to view this year’s award-winning works as well as those from the last three years.

     
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    2011

    - Donating HK$1,000,000 to Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

    MaBelle has always been determined to be a socially responsible enterprise. Since 2004, MaBelle has collaborated with Tung Wah Group of Hospitals to raise funds for people in need.
    In the ‘Tung Wah Charity Show’ aired on 11 December, a MaBelle representative presented Tung Wah Group of Hospitals with a donation of HK$1,000,000 on behalf of all our colleagues. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers for your steadfast support, and we invite you to share in our pride of serving the community.
    Your selfless contributions play an essential role in fostering harmony and amiability in our society. We commit ourselves to holding even more charity events in the future.

    Sincerely,
    Staff of MaBelle

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    2011 - 2012

    - Caring Company NGO Partnership Day

    MaBelle was awarded the Caring Company Logo for 10 consecutive years by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service on 3 May 2012, which commends our socially responsible approach to the community, the environment and our employees.

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    2012
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    2012

    - “Menopause” Community Education Project

    In the field of Community Psychology, menopause is not an illness, but a psychological process in which a woman transitions from her prime to her golden years. Menopause embodies a lifestyle change, and indeed a turning point in life itself. In fact, menopause manifests itself in wide-ranging changes - from hormonal, physical, psychological, social, societal, sexual to spiritual...

     
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    2013
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    2013

    - TMHealth: Time to Manage Your Health

     

    Most city dwellers unwisely neglect their health, paying only lip service to staying healthy without actually doing anything concrete. We hope to encourage a more proactive attitude amongst Hong Kong citizens through developing interactive schemes which explore different health themes...

     
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    2017
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    2017

    - Caring Company

    MaBelle has been awarded the Caring Company Logo for 15 consecutive years.

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