Fundraising Concert

Musicians of the Hong Kong Phil are presenting a Fundraising Concert in support of Kenzo Wilson and his continuing battle against Leukemia.  All of the raised funds will go directly towards Kenzo’s treatments. Donations will be made through the Y.S. Liu Foundation with all gifts over HK $100 qualifying for a tax exemption.

Sunday, October 21, 2012  |  6:30 pm
Loke Yew Hall, University of Hong Kong

Free Admittance | RSVP here

Donation Drive: 6:30 – Come early and make your donations. Each donation will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win special items.  If you would like to donate items or services for this drive, please contact Angela Hodgins at

Concert: 7:00 – Performances by musicians of the Hong Kong Philharmonic and special guests. Please come out and show your support.

To make a donation by mail, please send a check to:

Hong Kong Philharmonic Society, Ltd., Level 8,
Attention: Kenzo Fund
Administration Building,
Hong Kong Cultural Center,
Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • All checks should be made payable to the Y.S. Liu Foundation Ltd. and marked “Kenzo” in the memo line.  
  • Please include your name as it appears on your bank account and contact info, and a tax-exemption receipt will be mailed to you.
  • Donations over $10,000 HK will be listed in the Sponsors page of the event program.

To make a donation by wire transfer, please refer to the following info:

Account number: 250-17096502
Swift Code: CITIHKAX

Please be sure to mark KENZO FUND in the Memo field.

Download the Tax Exemption Request Form

Download the  “Playing for Kenzo” Event Flyer (.pdf)


One thought on “Fundraising Concert

  1. Odessa says:

    Dear Kenzo, may God be with you every moment of your life. All my best wishes to you and your family!

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