Valley Festive Food Drive for Feeding Hong Kong

Published on December 15, 2020

Don’t forget to get down to the Happy Valley Bar and Grill to donate to Feeding Hong Kong!

As the holidays approach and as Covid restrictions take a huge toll on segments of the population, we have decided to get active once again in our community and in our neighbourhoods with a Festive Food Drive.

This year, with school and job disruptions, health risks and rising food prices brought on by Covid-19, food assistance has never been more vital.

Valley RFC and Valley Fort RFC, in association with Feeding Hong Kong and the Happy Valley Bar and Grill, are operating a Festive Food Drive from 12 – 20th December and hope that members will be able to make contributions by bringing some Christmas cheer to those in need.

The main collection point is outside our sponsor bar, Happy Valley Bar and Grill (38 Wong Nai Chung Road).

Specifically we are looking for the following essential items – cooking oil (corn or vegetable) and canned fish, soup, meat, beans and vegetables. (all low sodium and no added sugar please).

We are unable to use rusty or unlabelled cans, perishable items, open/used items or expired items.

Each day, the items will be delivered to the Feeding HK warehouse for distribution to those in need.

Food items can be dropped off at the Bar & Grill at anytime during opening hours, on the run, or – better yet – take a table, have a meal and show some love to the Bar & Grill in these difficult times.

For the trifecta, treat yourself to a nice refreshing pint of Kozel Lager and support our official beer partner.

If we all get behind this initiative, we’ll be making a significant difference to many families around Hong Kong – and that is maybe the least we can do.

Please check the cupboards for food items that you’re able to miss or consider purchasing a few items and drop them at the HV B&G from 12th onwards.

Peace and love to everybody
The Valley RFC and Valley Fort Social Committee

About Feeding Kong

Every day, 3,600 tonnes of food waste are sent to landfills in Hong Kong, while more than one million people live in poverty struggling to afford nutritious meals. Feeding Hong Kong collects and distributes (some of) that food to those who need it most. Their work in Hong Kong is immense.

In 2020, Valley has supported Feeding HK with a food drive in March and again in June by raising funds and awareness during the Everest Challenge. (