Recycle your Read to extend the lifespan of books
SHKP Reading Club encourages people to share the joy of reading


07 Apr 2015


Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited (SHKP) has long been committed to promoting reading and holistic development.  Its SHKP Reading Club (the Club) has five new community campaigns for different groups in society this year, including the environmentally-friendly Recycle your Read campaign that began in February.  Over 1,300 books have already been collected from central and western district in a month for redistribution to beneficiaries by NGOs and supporting organizations. Around 15 NGOs have already been joined Recycle your Read including St. James’ Settlement, Hans Andersen Club and SAGE.

Recycle your Read was initiated by the Club with help from the World Green Organisation (WGO). The goals are to extend the lifespan of books, encourage more underprivileged people to enjoy reading and promote environmental awareness. There will be collection points in SHKP developments like residential buildings, malls and commercial buildings until November (table below for details). Volunteers sort the books collected by category for redistribution to people in need by supporting organizations. For any parties interested to be our supporting organizations, you are welcome to contact the Club at 2511 3248 or WGO at 2991 9102.

Books should be in good condition with wholesome content.  Genres could include children’s books, geography / travel, psychology / health / medicine, fiction / literature, finance / business, lifestyle and general interest.  Books in all languages are welcome.  See the SHKP Reading Club Facebook page at www.facebook.com/shkpreadingclub for more details.

Recycle your Read
Period Until November 2015
Collection points Various locations throughout Hong Kong and the following fixed points:
- WTCmore in Causeway
- Millennium City in Kwun Tong
- East Point City in Tseung Kwan O
Book criteria - in good condition
- wholesome content
- in all languages
Details www.facebook.com/shkpreadingclub
Enquiry 2511 3248 (SHKP Reading Club) / 2991 9102 (World Green Organisation)


About the SHKP Reading Club

SHKP set up the Reading Club in late 2013 to consolidate its reading-related initiatives, and everyone is welcome to join for free.  The Club publishes the regular free ReadIt and Read Monthly magazines, organizes cultural events like seminars with leading speakers, reading and writing camps and guided cultural tours to inspire more people to enjoy reading and make it a habit.

The Club organizes regular activities for members.  Interested parties can join for free at www.shkpreadingclub.com

The SHKP Reading Club encourages people to donate books at different collection points until November so that the underprivileged can enjoy reading
Recycle your Read to extend the lifespan of books
SHKP Reading Club encourages people to share the joy of reading


07 Apr 2015



The SHKP Reading Club encourages people to donate books at different collection points until November so that the underprivileged can enjoy reading

Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited (SHKP) has long been committed to promoting reading and holistic development.  Its SHKP Reading Club (the Club) has five new community campaigns for different groups in society this year, including the environmentally-friendly Recycle your Read campaign that began in February.  Over 1,300 books have already been collected from central and western district in a month for redistribution to beneficiaries by NGOs and supporting organizations. Around 15 NGOs have already been joined Recycle your Read including St. James’ Settlement, Hans Andersen Club and SAGE.

Recycle your Read was initiated by the Club with help from the World Green Organisation (WGO). The goals are to extend the lifespan of books, encourage more underprivileged people to enjoy reading and promote environmental awareness. There will be collection points in SHKP developments like residential buildings, malls and commercial buildings until November (table below for details). Volunteers sort the books collected by category for redistribution to people in need by supporting organizations. For any parties interested to be our supporting organizations, you are welcome to contact the Club at 2511 3248 or WGO at 2991 9102.

Books should be in good condition with wholesome content.  Genres could include children’s books, geography / travel, psychology / health / medicine, fiction / literature, finance / business, lifestyle and general interest.  Books in all languages are welcome.  See the SHKP Reading Club Facebook page at www.facebook.com/shkpreadingclub for more details.

Recycle your Read
Period Until November 2015
Collection points Various locations throughout Hong Kong and the following fixed points:
- WTCmore in Causeway
- Millennium City in Kwun Tong
- East Point City in Tseung Kwan O
Book criteria - in good condition
- wholesome content
- in all languages
Details www.facebook.com/shkpreadingclub
Enquiry 2511 3248 (SHKP Reading Club) / 2991 9102 (World Green Organisation)


About the SHKP Reading Club

SHKP set up the Reading Club in late 2013 to consolidate its reading-related initiatives, and everyone is welcome to join for free.  The Club publishes the regular free ReadIt and Read Monthly magazines, organizes cultural events like seminars with leading speakers, reading and writing camps and guided cultural tours to inspire more people to enjoy reading and make it a habit.

The Club organizes regular activities for members.  Interested parties can join for free at www.shkpreadingclub.com