XOXO 2014 Love Family Calendar
by renowned photographer Wing Shya and 12 loving families
XOXO Charity Calendar Campaign
What brings these 12 loving families together? Initiated by Jo Koo, in collaboration with renowned photographer Wing Shya, Early Psychosis Foundation (EPISO) is proud to present the XOXO 2014 Love Family Calendar. The loving families for this year are, Cecilia Wang, Donnie Yen, Ada To, Sunny Chan, Sammie Yu, Ronald Cheng, Sandra Ng, Peter Chan, Lisa S., Daniel Wu, Rosanne Wong, Derek Baram, Jade Leung, Mark Lui, Mimi Lo, Chan Kwok Bong, FanFan, Kenny Bee, Jo Koo, Andrew Lau, Winessa Chow, Calvin Choy, Janet Chow, Timmy Hung , Joyce Mina Godenzi, and Sammo Hung. From November 4, 2013 to November 8, 2013, XOXO 2014 Love Family calendar photo exhibition and charity sale will be held at Harbour City Ocean Terminal Main Concourse. You can also purchase this unique and outstanding calendar in selected I.T / i.t, Chocolate, Camper stores from November 11, 2013 to December 31, 2013. By purchasing this calendar, you can help us make a difference, to stomp out stigma and to facilitate early help-seeking and diagnosis of psychosis and related disorders. Miss Jo Koo and EPISO would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who has involved in this campaign for their wholehearted support.
About “XOXO 2014 Charity Calendar"
XOXO 2014 Love Family calendar is a continuation of last year’s XOXO 2013 Dragon Mama & Baby Calendar. This year, we would like to express the importance of family love and support for psychotic patients on the road of recovery; and to raise awareness of the importance of mental health that plays an integral role in our wellbeing but often goes unnoticed. Besides the calendar itself, a range of fun-loving activities and ideas, particularly suitable for families are suggested in EPISO’s website, for example “Lights! Camera! Soiree! ", “Taekwondo Fun" and “Vroom! Vroom! Go Kart”. Through these activities, we hope to remind the public to cherish the time they have with their loved ones.
Early Psychosis Foundation (EPISO) was founded in 2007 and registered as a charitable institution in 2009. EPISO consists of experienced professionals and academics in the field of early psychosis. The society aims to make accessible knowledge and experience gained from research and clinical practice to promote high-quality early psychosis intervention services, professional training, and public awareness programs.