Beneficiaries 受惠機構


Your money will support three meaningful medical assistance projects, improving the wellbeing during treatment of cancer for adult patients, and hospitalised children.


Children's Cancer Foundation

The Children’s Cancer Foundation provides holistic psychosocial support for young cancer patients and their families. In the Child Life Services project, Child Life Specialists will help young patients to overcome challenges during medical treatments, enhance their coping skills, alleviate their fears, facilitate their communication with medical professionals, and maintain their normal development and emotional well-being.

No. of beneficiaries: 200 patients and their families


受惠人數: 200名癌病兒童及其家庭

Radio 3's Noreen Mir, spoke to 10 year old Sherman, a cancer patient and Tammy Loy, Professional Services Manager from the Children's Cancer Foundation about their Child Life Service, which aims to help children to cope with stress when receiving medical treatments.
Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre

Maggie’s Centre provides free practical, emotional and psychosocial support to people affected by cancer and their families. The “Eating Well” project funded by OSC will offer programmes and professional advice on nutrition tailored to different body conditions before, during, and after cancer treatments, so cancer patients will be better equipped for challenges along their cancer journey and road to recovery.

No. of beneficiaries: 4,227 cancer patients

銘琪癌症關顧中心提供免費癌症支援服務。透過這項目,患者及親友可從各類活動及專業諮詢獲得適切營養資訊,以改善治療時及前後的身體狀況,幫助患者面對疾病 。


Annemarie Evans talks Helen Lui, the centre head and client Bella about their Eating Well programme.
Playright Children’s Play Association

Playright is a charity that advocates for a society that respects and fulfils a Child’s Right to Play, so children can have an enjoyable childhood. The project will provide child-centred play services for hospitalised children, such as messy play, art and crafts, and group games, to address the children’s needs and reduce their anxieties.

No. of beneficiaries: 3,000 hospitalised children



Radio 3's Peter Lewis, spoke to Pony Kong, Manager at Playright about their therapeutic play services to help children deal with illness and medical treatments.