Goodman Interlink Magic Mile Charity Ramp Run 2017
For the third year in a row Goodman is partnering again with Feeding Hong Kong and inviting you and your team/s to race up the 15 floors of the Goodman Interlink cargo ramp! All funds raised are donated directly to Feeding Hong Kong that collects, sorts, stores and distributes donated food to some of the poorest people in Hong Kong to fight hunger in the city while reducing the amount of food waste that is produced.
What’s our goal? To deliver an extra 200,000 meals in 2017
Having raised over HK$1 million in March 2016, the second year running, it enabled Feeding Hong Kong to distribute an extra 200,000 meals this year. In 2017 our big goal is to raise another HK$1 million to repeat our success again in feeding even more people. Visit www.feedinghk.org to learn more about the vital role of the food runs.
|Date||+||Sunday 26th March 2017|
|Time||+||10:00 am to 12:30 pm|
|Venue||+||Goodman Interlink, 39 Tsing Yi Road, Tsing Yi|
|Dress Code||+||Running gear of course, and we love team fancy dress too!|
|Transport||+||Free shuttle bus service between Tsing Yi and Kwai Fong MTR station and Goodman Interlink will be provided between 9:00 am to 1:00 pm|
About the Goodman Foundation
The Goodman Foundation aims to improve the quality of life, standard of living and health of people across the communities where Goodman operates. Its focus is on social change and improving the lives of those less privileged in our community by providing practical assistance by way of capital expenditure for equipment, funding of programmes and projects, warehousing or office space or the expertise of our people.
Now in its sixth year, and growing bigger every year, the Goodman Interlink Magic Mile is proudly supported by the Goodman Foundation to aid local Hong Kong charities.
About Feeding Hong Kong
Feeding Hong Kong is a Hong Kong registered charity with a mission to fight hunger in the city and reduce the amount of quality food being sent to our landfills.
Each day, we collect high quality food that would otherwise be thrown away, sort and store it, and then redistribute it to a network of welfare organisations, who in turn feed thousands of people in need.
Feeding Hong Kong also works to raise awareness about poverty and food insecurity in Hong Kong and promote healthy eating and nutritional education to the most vulnerable groups in our community. For further information, please visit www.feedinghk.org