Hong Kong Shark Foundation, and the Hong Kong office of global law firm Skadden Arps, are pleased to host a unique shark photography talk “Sharks: Up Close and Personal”. Underwater photographer Simon Lorenz will share a photographic tale of worldwide shark interactions – from the smallest to the largest, from the most docile to the most dangerous ones. He will show that anyone can snorkel and dive with sharks and give insight on how to behave around sharks.
Congratulations shark lovers! After an extensive campaign driven by WildAid HK and supported by HKSF, Maxim’s announced in September 2018 that they will stop selling shark fin soup in 2020 and up till then only upon request. Well done all volunteers and Shark Ambassadors every where for your hard work and perseverance. This is proof…
Thank you Ava for sharing her birthday gifts with HKSF! Ava through twopresents donated her family and friends contribution to support our work on shark conservation. If you would also love to share your birthday gifts with us, set up your party on www.twopresents.com and select Hong Kong Shark Foundation as your chosen charity!
On Mother’s day, we have notice that quite a number of Chinese restaurants are serving shark fins. While we are showing our appreciation, love and thankfulness to our mothers, do not forget to say “no” to shark fins! It was no easy task for mothers to bring us to the world, so as for sharks.…
We were happy to have school talk with Fung Kai Kindergarten on the 22nd April! All of them were so actively and willing to answer our questions! Hope they could understand more about sharks after listening to our talk!
We have a lot of school talks recently! We had our second talk this week on 15th April at SKH Ka Fuk Wing Chun Primary School with nearly 400 students! They all actively participated in the talk! Hope they all enjoyed and understand the importance of protecting sharks!
We went to Kennedy Primary School and gave a talk to 300 students to teach them the basic information of sharks, what difficulties they are facing and how to help them. We truly hope they could understand and would support us!
We went to West Island School and gave a talk to 190 students on the 10th March. We hope they could understand the importance of shark conservation and would like to join our army soon!
4 ambassadors from Clearwater bay Primary School has held an event at their own school. They collected signature to urge Cathay Pacific to stop shipping shark fins. Also, there was a small exhibition to educate their fellow schoolmate the importance of saving sharks.
Our Fundraising event, Cocktail for change, has been successfully held on the 9th March. We were glad that more than 180 guest enjoyed them enjoyed themselves with the delicious cocktails and canapes throughout the evening. The auction was a great success and we managed to raise $HKD300,000!