By working with a select group of local and internationally recognized charities, the Club's Community Outreach Programme is making a big impact on people's lives. By giving members the chance to contribute in an effective way and to demonstrate the value of giving to young people, we are creating a brighter future for all.
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Breakthrough is a non-profit-making youth organization established in 1973 offering cultural, educational and servicing activities to young people. Breakthrough’s Mission is to make use of a variety of channels such as multi-media, counselling services, group activities and integrated training programs to stimulate youths to reflect on their directions and values in life, and develop positive attitude.
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Christian Action, formerly known as Hong Kong Christian Aid to Refugees, has a history of rescue and advocacy dating back to the 1950’s. It was renamed as Christian Action in 1994, with an aim to serve the disadvantaged and underprivileged, including the unemployed, immigrants from the Mainland, ethnic minorities, refugees and foreign domestic helpers, and strive to offer them hope and dignity for a meaningful life.
| || || Hans Andersen Club |
Established in 1963, The Hans Andersen Club (HAC) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that provides practical help and support for the well-being of children and young people in Hong Kong regardless of race, nationality and religion.
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Haven of Hope Christian Service
Haven of Hope is a non-profit organization founded in 1950s’, providing medical & social assistance and services to assist the community. The services of the Haven of Hope are widely extended throughout Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung and other areas in East Kowloon.
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Lifeline Express Foundation
Lifeline Express is a purpose built 4 compartments hospital eye-train, equipped with high tech equipment. From 1997, this eye train travels to the remote, poverty-stricken, rural parts of China to provide free cataract operations for the needy.
| || || Mother's Choice |
Mother's Choice was founded in 1987 by a small group of people concerned with the plight of Hong Kong's single girls, their boyfriends and families coping with crisis pregnancy. Mother’s Choice provides and promotes loving, nurturing care for babies and children needing permanent homes, and for single girls and their families facing crisis pregnancies.
| || || The Salvation Army |
The Salvation Army is an International Christian church and charitable organisation, working in 124 countries and has been serving Hong Kong for 82 years. The organisation has a diversified range of social services and emergency relief programmes, offering help and support to people of different sectors facing crisis and in need. Its current L.O.V.E. Project will focus on preventive measures against drug abuse, and provide professional physical test, counseling services, treatment and rehabilitation to young drug abusers aged between 12 and 25.
| || || World Vision Hong Kong |
World Vision is an International Humanitarian Organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty. World Vision Hong Kong set up its first office in 1982, serving all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. World Vision focuses on children, when they are fed, sheltered, schooled, protected, valued, and loved, a community thrives.