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Support Book Donation & Sale Campaign for Charity

Here comes a good chance to support charity simply by donating books. The Book Donation & Sale Campaign provides not only a way for the public to get rid of the used books, but also helps the needy people in Hong Kong.

The Book Donation & Sale Campaign, the second of its kind, is jointly organized this year by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Home Affairs Department, 18 District Councils, the Community Chest of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Post and the Agency for Volunteer Service to promote reading and encourage sharing of books. The proceeds generated from the sale will be donated to the Community Chest of Hong Kong for charity.

The public can donate their books from now until February 14 to all public libraries (except mobile libraries). Books collected include adults and children's books on general subjects excluding magazines, primary and secondary school textbooks.

The Sale of Donated Books will be held from 10 am to 6 pm on February 15 and 16 (Saturday and Sunday) at the Hong Kong Central Library Exhibition Gallery and the Sha Tin Town Hall Exhibition Gallery. Various kinds of donated books, including adult and children books, will all be sold at $ 5 each.

For enquiries about the Campaign, please contact Mr Lai at 2921 0221.

End/Tuesday, February 4, 2003

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