November 2017 Newsletter


Posted on 10 November, 2017

Dear Friends and Supporters,

We are pleased to share with you the new website for the Karen Leung Foundation. 

We’ve added more information about our mission, our programs, and how you can donate and get involved, and we’ve added new features such as a Cantonese interface, a ticketing system for our upcoming events, and an easy contact form and donation platform to make it even easier for you to help. Please click here to view the new website.

We will also have some exciting programming news to share with you in the next few weeks, but for now, we invite you to check out the new website to get the latest updates, event news, and KLF's community activities.
Thank you!

Your KLF Team

KLF Updates

KLF adds Healthcare Program Manager to the team

We have recently expanded our team and hired a full-time Healthcare Program Manager, Judy Li to the lead the implementation of all KLF programs in the future.

Judy began her career as a registered nurse in Canada, serving the community and in the operating theatre after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ryerson University in Toronto. She also holds a Master of Public Health from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Several post-graduate diplomas & appointments had her spent time at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium and as Community Health Officer for disaster relief in China and Nepal to name a few. In addition, Judy has experience working with charitable organizations in low- and middle- income settings around the world, where she has deployed her expertise in the areas of health promotion of maternal and child health. 

KLF welcomes OT&P Healthcare as an additional medical partner

For over 20 years, OT&P Healthcare has been a highly respected provider of medical services to the expat and local communities in Hong Kong. One of OT&P’s seven clinics specialises in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is thus well placed to assist KLF with its awareness and educational programs. Being the only clinic group in Hong Kong to achieve international accreditation and constantly staying ahead of the curve in patient care by providing tomorrow’s standards we feel confident that OT&P Healthcare will add value to our mission.


"Cocktails for a Cause": Collection of Raffle prizes until November 10th 

Raffle prize winners of Cocktails for a Cause have been posted on our website.  Winners will have until November 10 to collect their prizes from KLF’s office in Central. Please check our website or social media channels to see if you are one of our lucky winners!


Community Outreach

KLF partners with Festival du Feminine 

Born in France, the international women's series, Festival du Féminin is coming to Hong Kong. Festival du Féminin is so many things – it’s a busy woman’s weekend getaway, it’s a celebration, a retreat, a conference. Over the course of a weekend you can expect 24 workshops, 20 one-on-one consultations amidst opportunities to shop, play, dance, get pampered, listen to live music and live performances and enjoy healthy food. To view the full program click here.

KLF will host a session on the second day of the Festival on November 26 at 12:30pm about the Power of Prevention. Additionally, our Executive Director will contribute as a panellist on November 26th at 1:30pm.  

Friends of KLF can attend the event at a 10% discount by quoting the promo code: KARENLEUNG10. To book your tickets, click here

Final Mentor Walk for the year 2017 

MW’s final walk of 2017, on November 17 will include an additional coffee and networking session and KLF will give a short presentation around the Power of Prevention. If you are interested to participate either as a mentor or mentee please email MW.

  7:45 AM Registration - Pier 8, Central Ferry Piers, Ground Floor (see location here)
  8:00 AM Coffee, Networking and Matching at Cafe 8, Rooftop of HK Maritime Museum
  8:30 AM Walk commences
  9:30 AM Walk finishes - Networking and light breakfast at Cafe 8
10:00 AM Event finishes

Mentor Walks connects emerging female leaders with a range of senior women from a diverse professional community. Bringing mentorship into the fresh air, each walk is a window for mentors and mentees to connect and discuss personal and professional challenges and long-term goals.