Viva is passionate about releasing children from poverty and abuse worldwide by growing locally-led networks who are committed to working together to ensure that children are safe, well and able to fulfill their God-given potential. We invite runners to run for children such as 15 year old Leli who in hopes of escaping poverty, traveled to the city and was introduced to a man who claimed to have a job opportunity. He purchased her for a mere $100 and made her sleep with many men. It was only when she was introduced to a local church that she received medical help and counselling. CarNet, Viva's partner network in Nepal works towards tackling the root of trafficking so that children like Leli will no longer face the horror and degradation of sex trafficking. CarNet brings together 500 churches to draw on the power of volunteers to keep children safe. The network helps get children back to school, provide after-school clubs, equip single mothers to set up small businesses, and increase the awareness of trafficking to families. By running and fundraising for us, you can help us reach more children who are vulnerable to being trafficked.
The Hong Kong Intimate Apparel Industries' Association (HKIAIA) Executive Committee members had collectively decided to participate and support a very special charitable event at the HKIAIA Gala Dinner on March 22nd,2018.
WHAT IS RedGivers ? RedGivers are those who embrace the virtue of giving by sharing their Lai-see to help rewrite the life stories of thousands of underprivileged children and marginalized youth in Hong Kong and the Mainland. Every donation is important in helping the less fortunate children. You can always share your blessings and make a positive change to the lives of others.
Love is without condition. Despite your race, nationality, age or gender, you can share love! AIDS Concern sincerely invite you to share love with people who are living with HIV who live under stigma and discrimination. Please donate part of your red pocket money and support our services!
We are IHKSports ROPE-SKIPPING Inspires! students. We have been receiving free rope-skipping training for 4 years and we hope more underprivileged students can participate in this sport.
From the operation of the park to public transportation, there are all sorts of things within the community that require collective power to succeed. If we do not speak out for the people and happenings that surround us, we shall not expect the problems to be solved automatically by others. Starting from the community, we hope Community Post Project will help rebuilding democracy in Hong Kong. With your support, we will be able to go further.
We aim to raise fund for the promotion of our #MeTooHK campaign. We'll encourage anyone to find and share their voice against sexual violence. A main focus of the campaign is to reach out to companies and individuals to raise awareness of workplace sexual harassment and equip them with knowledge of how to prevent it. Another focus is to provide survivor support services including medical, legal and counseling help. Our wish is to empower survivors and promote a zero sexual violence society and workplace environment. Companies that make a donation of $20,000 or above will receive a voucher for anti-sexual harassment training for their employees and an acknowledgement in our newsletter. Individuals who make a donation of $200 or above can request an anti-sexual harassment information kit to be sent to them or a company/ institution of their choice.
Have you ever thought of daily bathing can help families in need? In Cambodia, there is a group of children begging in the streets. They do not go to school and used to beg in the streets with their families in Phnom Penh every day. They are so poor and even have to sleep outside the market shops on the street. To them, there is no hope in their lives. In hopes of helping these families, Metta Mission & Community Ministry started to train the mothers of these families to learn how to make handmade soaps, which their children can go to our centre to learn at the same time. We aim to help these families to stop begging gradually and have a change in their lives. Through the "Million Soaps, Million Smiles" project, we target to sell 1,000 pieces of handmade soaps in three months so that they can earn their livelihood. By paying HK $50 for a handmade soap, just the price of a lunch, you can contribute in bringing changes in the lives of street children's families.