A huge thank you to the shark heroes at Discovery College! A group of year 6 students have spent most of last term researching and campaigning about Shark Finning. In the process, they have raised over $3100 and have decided to donate it to HKSF. Thank you for your great work and generosity! Your passion…
Hong Kong Shark Foundation was in Causeway bay on 1 July having a petition booth, addressing the government to legislate a ban on the sale and possession of shark fin in Hong Kong. It was a great success and we’ve collected more than 140 petitions. Many thanks to Hong Kongers for standing up for sharks.
With the implementation of CITES Appendix 2 fast approaching (this means protection for 5 more shark species and is a HUGE step forwards) HKSF was delighted to be invited to speak at RHKYC. RHKYC have class leading sustainability policies, serve sustainably caught sea food at all their clubs and have been instrumental in supporting HKSF. …
Benjamin, a 8-year old shark hero, shared his birthday gift with HKSF, showing his support to shark conservation. We really appreciate his support and contribution! If you would like to do the same as our little shark hero, please visit https://twopresents.com/
HKSF gave a talk at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Hong Kong on 3rd June to spread the message of anti-shark-finning. It was a great success as the Rotary Club promised that shark fin soup will not be served at their meetings.
HKSF visited and gave a talk at the American International School on the 29thof May. Students learned about the importance of shark conservation and ways to protect sharks. We are very glad to have 3 students from AIS joining HKSF as volunteers!
DBC Interview HKSF was interviewed by DBC FeiChangBanFang, if you want to listen to the interview, click on the link— at DBC Ref Link: http://www.dbc.hk/#?programme-p88
Ambassador Program Pilots On the 18th of April, the first Ambassadors gathered at Middle Islands Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, to spread the message of the exciting new program to young sailors of Hong Kong. With an amazing turn out of confident, energetic Ambassadors plus many curious students. The day was a success, drawing in…
This lovely boy from Mary’s Family shared his birthday gift and pocket money to HKSF, showing his support to shark conservation. We really appreciate his support and contribution!
Chinese International School Talk HKSF visited Chinese International School on the 7th April and delivered a presentation, “Anti-finning”. It is exciting to raise students’ awareness about this issue, and particularly to receive active responses from them. As a bonus, many students signed up to petitions to support HKSF’s conservation work. Even better, many of them now want to be one of our volunteers!