Used Clothes Donation 2021
In partnership with Redress Asia, Century organized a used clothing drive to tackle the issue of clothing waste and help people in need towards a sustainable environment. In an effort to contribute to waste reduction and treasuring resources, 19 cross-team Century staff donated a total of 350 pieces of preloved clothing from our Hong Kong office.
The clothes collected by Redress will be carefully sorted and redistributed locally for reuse, resold, and recycle by a network of 20+ local charities to help those in need.
Used Clothing Drive 2019
In partnership with Friends of the Earth (HK), Century organized a used clothing drive to support our commitment towards doing our part for environmental sustainability.
In an effort to contribute to waste reduction and treasuring resources, we collected over 600 pieces of preloved clothing from our Hong Kong office to help those in need residing in China and Hong Kong.
Food Redistribution 2019
Century’s staff and valued guests from one of our strategic partners volunteered at the Food Station operated by Food Angel, a Hong Kong non-profit food rescue and assistance organization dedicated to salvage edible surplus food that would otherwise be disposed of as waste. Together we helped process over 520kg of donated vegetables that were later turned into 4,000 nutritious hot meals and served to the elderly, low-income families and other disadvantaged communities in Hong Kong.
Our contribution not only helped to feed those in need, but also created an environmental impact in our society by lowering greenhouse gases emitted from scraps in landfills.
Soap Recycling 2018
Our staff volunteered at the soap cycling warehouse where they spent time processing soap and recycling plastic amenity bottles. Soap cycling is a non-profit organization that renews sanitary products collected from the hospitality industry and distribute them to disadvantaged communities around the world, particularly Asia.
This experience was both memorable and meaningful for our employee as they were able to give back to local Hong Kong community as well as create change for good in the wider world.