Redeem Points

Points Donation

Use your GC Award Points to make a difference - donate your points to charities or the corporate social responsibility projects! 

You can now donate your GC Award Points to one of the charities or the corporate social responsibility projects. Each donation starts from 2,000 GC Award Points to a maximum of 10,000 points. For every 1,000 GC Award Points you give out Golden Circle will make a US$20 contribution on your behalf to one of the below charities or the corporate social responsibility projects:


Shangri-La’s Care for Panda Project


About Care for Panda

In 2012, we launched our first Sanctuary project in mainland China, the Care for Panda project in Chengdu. We have been working with a 1.6-hectare bamboo plantation to ensure food security for our beloved pandas in the Dujiangyan Panda Saving and Disease Control Center. Your points can help the Panda Center build out a bamboo garden with different species of bamboos to serve the purpose of further research as well as an educational area for students, guests and tourists. For every 2,000 GC Award points, approximately 4.4 bamboo seedlings will be planted.

Oxfam Hong Kong


About Oxfam

Oxfam is an international and independent development and humanitarian organisation dedicated to fighting poverty and inequity worldwide.  Established in Hong Kong in 1976, Oxfam Hong Kong has supported poor people in over 70 countries/regions. 

Oxfam tackles poverty in four main ways: sustainable development in poor communities, disaster relief, local, national and global advocacy, and education with Hong Kong youth.

MedArt


About MedArt

MedArt, established in 2003, is registered as a charity in Hong Kong with a mission of bringing care and comfort to those in long-term confinement.  Members make regular visits to prisons, psychiatric institutions, hospices and homes for the elderly to perform music. 

In 2005, MedArt started the China Orphan Outreach (COO) programme to address the needs of orphaned Chinese babies with severe medical conditions.  By making available the skills and expertise required to treat these children free of charge, many lives have been saved and many of the children have been adopted.  Doctors involved in the programme do not collect any fees or travelling expenses.