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Esri China (Hong Kong) Helped to Raise Over $500K


in "U n Me dog come" Charity Walk

Wind and rain can’t stop hundreds of enthusiastic walkers, dog lovers and charitable supporters gathered in the chilly afternoon of 24th January 2016 at Plover Cover Reservoir for Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association 5th Year Anniversary – U n Me dog come Charity Walk 2016

 

Esri China (Hong Kong) colleagues took part in the event with great enthusiasm despite the extreme weather

Esri China (Hong Kong) colleagues took part in the event with great enthusiasm despite the extreme weather.

 

 

The event is a charity event organized by Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association in order to raise fund for providing needy guide dog training and matching services, and preparing to build a new headquarter which will provide services including guide dog breeding and training, veterinary services, inquiry service for visual impaired who intend to apply for guide dogs, etc.

Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association supports independent living in a barrier free society for all residents of Hong Kong by providing a free service for people with visual impairment, autism and other disabilities to enhance their independence and to improve their life through the provision of a professionally trained dog.

 

he event aimed to raise fund for the services of Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association

The event aimed to raise fund for the services of Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association.

 

 

 

According to Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association, the event has raised over 500 thousands HK dollars. Esri China (Hong Kong) takes great pride to have taken part in this event and looks forward to contributing to more activities that can benefit more visually impaired people in the future.

Esri China (HK) takes social responsibility as an integral part of its business. Our enduring slogan "GIS: Serving Our World", and actions over the years demonstrate this. We will continue to inherit this excellent corporate culture in caring our local community with the spirit of "To give is more blessing than to receive".

 

 

 

 

 

 

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