Dear Youders and friends,
For years, SEYSA has pledged herself to promote social awareness and to
contribute for the betterment of the community. It is our firm belief that, we
Youders, have the nobility to serve the less fortunate in our community. As
usual, being one of the supporting organisation, SEYSA cordially invite you to
join us at the 12th CyberRun for Rehab– Healthy Steps in Cyberport 2015,
co-organized by The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation and the Cyberport.
SEYSA has been supporting CyberRun since 2008. It is an annual charity event
started in 2004 aims to promote a healthy and active living and to advocate an
equal enjoyment of people with disability in sports. Part of the funds raised
this year will be used to support rehabilitation services for people with
disabilities and chronic disease in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
This year, our Chairman, Dr Raymond CHAN, and Chairman Emeritus, Michael CHAN
would be the co-chairs of CyberRun Organising Committee. The event will be held
on 8th November (this Sunday) from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a whole new
fitness walk routine. With Wind Tower Park being the starting point,
participants will walk through Ap Lei Chau Bridge, Aberdeen Promenade and the
finishing line will be drawn at Waterfront Park in Cyberport. By the time they
reach Cyberport, a breathtaking view of sunset will be awaiting.
You can show your support to this meaningful event by offering a donation or
participating to walk with the Youders, with your family, friends and
colleagues. It is indeed a good opportunity to show your support for the
underprivileged and have a great day out with your family and friends!
If you are interested in taking part, simply contact our Social Service Team
leader Benny NG at benny.ng@xxxxxxxxx or 9120 0602. For further details of the
event, please visit http://www.cyberrun.hk. We are looking forward to seeing
you at Cyberport!
CyberRun Official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CyberRunforRehab
Sir Edward Youde Scholars Association www.seysa.org
In the honourable memory of our late governor Sir Edward Youde, a cohort of
budding scholars as recipients of Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund (SEYMF) awards
constituted the Sir Edward Youde Scholar Association (SEYSA) in the year 1992.
Today, the Association has blossomed into a prestigious organisation, holding
the society’s most influential individuals.
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