The Hong Kong Women’s Choir is a registered charitable organization, founded by a group of dedicated women, both expatriates and from Hong Kong, with a common love of singing. Within this organization, there are two sister groups: NOVA, the core group of singers performing to accompaniment and The Grace Notes who sing a cappella (unaccompanied). Rehearsals are held weekly and fundraising concerts for local charities are run each year in May and December.
As a registered charitable organization, the objectives of the choir are to perform (in our own concerts, at private functions and public venues) to raise funds for Hong Kong charitable concerns while bringing music to the Hong Kong public. To date, we have helped organizations such as The Home of Loving Faithfulness, Against Child Abuse, St. Barnabas Society, St. John’s Counseling Service, Youth Outreach, the Hong Kong School for the Deaf, The Children’s Cancer Society and The Hong Kong Vocational Center, to name just a few.
At rehearsals and other meetings, the choir continues to explore ideas to broaden our efforts to bring charity and our music to Hong Kong. In recent projects, THKWC has produced a cookbook for sale with recipes compiled by choir members, present and past, from all over the world. Funds raised will go to support our charitable efforts. Another project is a CD recording of our 2006 concert that called Swing Time. This and other items the Hong Kong Women’s Choir has produced can be found for sale at our concerts and on this website. We welcome the donations of sponsors – personal and corporate – in Hong Kong who support these worthy projects.
Charity Concerts“International Women of Mystery”, May 2013. Staged at the Hong Kong Country Club in support of Sunshine Action. “Swingin’ at Santa’s Place“, December 2012, staged in Methodist International Church and Rosary Church, in support of Silence. “Lean On Me“, May 2012 at The Conrad Hotel, supporting Children’s Cancer Foundation. “Wonderful Christmas Time“, December 2011 at Rosary Church and Helena May, raised money for Harmony House. “Rhythm & Hues“, May & June 2011, staged in HK Cultural Centre & HK Football Club, supported Suicide Prevention Services “Beautiful December“, December 2010, staged in St John’s Cathedral and Helena May, raised money for Home of Loving Faithfulness. “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” concerts, May 2010, were in aid of Room to Read and Missionaries of Charities, NT. “Christmas in the City“, December 2009, supported Dog Rescue and Youth Outreach. “Listen to the Music“, May 2009, raised funds for the Christian Action Services, Chung King Mansion. “CELEBRATION-COME ON!!’ our 10th anniversary, June 2007 dinner show at Hong Kong Country Club in support of Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children ‘Christmas can Begin’ December 2006, at Union Church in support of Home of Loving Faithfulness “Swing Time” Dinner Concert at Hong Kong Conrad Ballroom May 2006 in support of The Children’s Cancer Foundation “Swing Time” Concert at The City Hall Concert Theatre May 2006 in support of The Samaritans “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” Dinner Concert at Foreign Correspondent Club in December 2005 in support of St Barnabas’s Society “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” Concert at Union Church in December 2005 in support of Pui Hong Self Help Association, a fund supporting families of Drug Abusers. Money donated became the seed money for annual scholarsihps to children who’re affected by drug abuse. “That’s Entertainment” Concert at Government House May 2005 in support of The Society for Community Organization “That’s Entertainment” Dinner Concert at Helena May in May 2005 in support of Home of Loving Faithfulness “The Spirit of Christmas” Concert at Union Church in December 2004 in support of The Society for Community Organization “A Journey through Love” Concert at Government House in May 2004 in support of Youth Outreach “Carnival of Music” Concert at Government House in May 2002 in support of Against Child Abuse Proceeds from ‘CHRISTMAS IN THE CITY’Cds donated to The HK Vocational Centre
…and many more since the inception of the choir