We're all living in challenging times, but the city's current outbreak crisis has also brought small acts of kindness from various organisations and turned the negatives into positives. We're glad to hear that Mandarin Oriental hotel is doing their bit to support Hong Kong frontliners and charities. As part of their #MOCares CSR campaign, the hotel's staff participated in a variety of volunteer programmes such as packing anti-epidemic supplies for underprivileged families and street cleaners through Oxfam Hong Kong; distributing food for the elderly through Food for Good; and donating food for the homeless through ImpactHK. And as a small gesture of appreciation for frontliners, the hotel recently sent homemade brownies for the healthcare workers at Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital and Ruttonjee Hospital.
For International Nurse's Day on May 12, Mandarin Oriental will light up its guest rooms to form a heart from 8pm until 8.30pm to spread love and good vibes to the community's frontline workers. To celebrate the special day, the hotel will be sending sweet treats to healthcare workers at Cheshire Home, Chung Hom Kok, Tung Wah East Hospital, and Wong Chuk Hang Hospital.