Dim Sum & Then Some and Hong Kong’s best bars are joining forces to support Hong Kong Cancer Fund Pink Revolution between 9 and 19 October 2015. The second annual DRINK FOR PINK initiative will raise funds and awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer.
Returning for its second year, DRINK FOR PINK has invited 16 of Hong Kong’s top bars to take part in Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s annual breast cancer awareness and fundraising campaign, Pink Revolution, in line with the global initiative for breast cancer recognition. Some of the city’s most sought after hotspots including Aberdeen Street Social, Armani/Prive, Chachawan, Duddell’s, ÉPURE, Ham & Sherry, Honi Honi, KEE Club, Mod Bar, Mrs. Pound, NEO, Ping Pong 129, Pirata, The Envoy, Topiary and 208 Duecento Otto, have come on board to create signature pink cocktails for the cause and will be giving a generous percentage of the cocktail price directly to Hong Kong Cancer Fund.
Those who are interested in supporting DRINK FOR PINK and Pink Revolution are invited to visit any of the participating venues between 9 and 19 October 2015 and order the signature DRINK FOR PINK cocktail. To help spread the word about breast cancer awareness, any photographs of DRINK FOR PINK can be tagged with the custom hashtag #DRINKFORPINKHK #pinkrevolution and #cancerfundpink
“Dim Sum & Then Some is delighted to support Pink Revolution for the second year running. It is imperative for our community of 12,000+ influencers and the larger community of Hong Kong to be aware of the importance of early detection and prevention of breast cancer while supporting those touched by breast cancer. We are honoured to be working with Hong Kong’s most talented mixologists and top bars to support this very important cause,“ said Kelly Berlin and Neveen Aziz, Founding Partners of Dim Sum & Then Some.