Past Fundraising Activities

Our heartfelt thanks to the following organizations and donors for their generosity in helping spread hope and brightness via innovative fundraising efforts in the past 6 months:
 

  • Polytrade Paper, Wide Ocean Printing and BLOW once again helped out with our 2016 CNY “Full of Fortune” red pocket charity sale, raising MOP152,924.
     
  • The 2015 edition of Koi Kei Bakery’s annual charity fundraiser saw income donated from the sale of special gift sets reach MOP450,000. Their thoughtfulness will continue to generate even more donations this year.
     
  • In December 2015, Macau’s Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) raised MOP213,600 for various pediatric sight-saving initiatives when it selected Orbis as a key beneficiary of its annual Christmas charity drive for the 5th year.
     
  • December 2015 saw I Cheng Nga Choi Chinese Opera Association raise MOP72,000 to help train eye care professionals in developing countries by hosting a charity opera show at Wing Lok Cinema.
     
  • Macau Design Center, Shidu Art Consultants and pastry chef Betty raised MOP31,300 for the preventably blind by donating all net profits from their early year pre-CNY charity cookie sale 2016.
     
  • JC Human Resources Consulting (Macau) Company Ltd recently visited three leading local universities to recruit potential graduates. Between January and April 2016, the company also encouraged their fans to “like” their Facebook page, donating MOP5 for each for the 430 “thumbs ups” they received.
     
  • In February 2016, Sacred Heart Canossian College once again made Orbis a key beneficiary of their annual charity walkathon, raising MOP120,000 for the needlessly blind in the process.
     
  • In March 2016, Albergue da Santa Casa da Misericordia and Rena Plus (Macau) Ltd joined forces with 300 young fun lovers and their parents to raise MOP40,000 for Orbis at their first “Easter Egg Hunt X Macau Carrot Walk”.
     
  • In May 2016, Life 8 helped raise MOP26,369 for Orbis by encouraging their supporters to make donations rather than sending flowers and gifts to mark their debut store opening.