Reaching New Heights in Hong Kong

Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Genuine CARE with Heep Hong Society

Heep Hong Society is a local non-profit organisation that is committed to providing professional care, education, training and family support services for children - from babies to students in junior secondary schools - who have developmental and learning problems. Since 2000, the organisation has made great strides in helping children with autism, Asperger's syndrome, ADHD and other specific learning difficulties and special needs.

Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, has been a supportive partner of the organisation since 2009 and held numerous charitable initiatives and periodic activities for the children. Today, 70% of the children are able to enter the “mainstream” educational system after spending a few years at the Heep Hong Society Centre.

Limited Edition "McDull Twinkle Twinkle Little Pig" Plush Hand Warmer Charity Sale 

Following its successful collaborations over the last two years with McMug and McDull, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong has once again invited renowned local illustrator Alice Mak to create a Christmas gift using the adorable McDull in the form of a little angel that wishes to spread starlight and warmth to all during this festive season. Concealed inside the cloud on which McDull stands is a star-shaped, microwavable hand warmer, which can also be used as a glow-in-the-dark Christmas tree ornament. Proceeds from the sale will go directly to Heep Hong Society.

Heep Hong Charity Mooncakes  

Charity mooncakes presented in beautiful boxes decorated with drawings created by the Heep Hong Society were sold at the hotel’s mooncake counter during the Mid-Autumn Festival. The mooncake boxes contained four traditional mooncakes with white lotus seed paste and double egg yolks. All proceeds from the sales were donated to benefit the Heep Hong Society’s diverse services and facilities.  


To contribute or for more information about the Heep Hong Society, please contact:  

Meanne Dizerens-Lau

Director of Communications 


(852) 2820 8330