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Community Service Centre

Children’s Cancer Foundation Lions Clubs Community Centre (CSC) in So Uk Estate opened its doors in September 2019, as a replacement of the Community Service & Rehabilitation Centre in Pak Tin Estate. Redefining the standard of care centres in Hong Kong, our centre does not just focus on function and utility, but also uses art and innovative design to complement and enhance programmes.


The design of the centre embraces the power of art therapy in the design of all facilities, from staff work spaces to corridors to the pantry. Every corner is decorated with colourful artwork and murals by local artists and the children themselves. This special, gallery-like experience has been arranged specifically to inspire a “can-do” attitude in patients and their families. The centre brings together beautiful yet simple art pieces and creative programmes to create a safe space for patients to express themselves and find comfort and motivation to stay strong and positive throughout their treatment.


The centre is designed to accommodate CCF’s wide variety of services that cater to children of all ages undergoing cancer treatment or during the recovery stages. The facility houses a revamped classroom called the Sunshine School for academic programmes and art classes, a playroom for children and their parents to forget their troubles and have some fun, a youth corner for the young adults to relax and socialise, a fully-equipped kitchen for cooking classes, intimate interview rooms for counsellors to hold sessions with patients and their parents, as well as a 600 sf. multifunction room that can be transformed into a dance hall, a yoga studio, a lecture theatre, or a party room to rekindle children’s potentials and creativity.


To find out more about CSC, please call +852 2319 1396 or send an email to


Renovation is supported by funding from Lions Clubs International District 303 – Hong Kong & Macao, China