Emergency Support for Hong Kong Charities During Coronavirus Outbreak

Please support our local charities who are doing critical work during the 5th wave of coronavirus outbreak. Your contribution will make a difference in the lives of countless others. Scroll down for more details. 


A Drop of Life



A Drop of Life aims to fundraise 15,000 COVID test kits for people in need in the community. 

They have distributed 14,000 test kits to over 60 local daycare centers in the past 2 weeks, and those centers are specialized in taking care of elderly, handicapped & special needs families.

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enrich hk



Enrich provides financial and empowerment education to migrant domestic workers

The additional financial pressure placed on domestic workers through the need to purchase test kits, medicine, and other additional expenses, means that their finances will be under strain. The need to alleviate these pressures and provide support through financial assistance, counseling, and education will be crucial. 

  • $500 provides one covid-19 ""care"" package for one domestic worker (which includes level 3 masks, a covid-19 test kit, data cards, vitamins and food vouchers)
  • $250 provides one free financial consultation in domestic workers' languages
  • $125 provides one hour of education to build financial resilience

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Families of SMA Charitable Trust - Hospital at home: The Programme is an innovative pilot program started in late 2020, with the aim of providing medical services at home to ventilator assisted patients (suffering from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and rare diseases) to help manage medical issues in the comfort of their homes to prevent deterioration. The objective is to keep the patients stable and prevent unnecessary or avoidable hospitalization. This will hopefully reduce over-reliance on the currently overloaded hospital services and lessen the burden of Hospital Authority. 

This program has the endorsement of the HK Medical Association and in the last year alone, they have helped 15 families with ventilator-dependent patients plus 3 families with sudden acute conditions in the last 2 months.

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HandsOn Hong Kong is staying in regular contact with their network of 100+ charity partners to establish the most critical community needs at this challenging time.

They have compiled an overview of their most urgent necessity needs, in the hope of securing all that they can. These emergency items range from masks and sanitizers for families living in subdivided flats to food for low-mobility elderly who are unable to safely leave their homes.

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OXFAM - Donate now to help the people affected by COVID-19! Click here




PathFinders - They are at maximum capacity supporting 110 open cases involving children and mothers, some who are starting to test COVID positive. As part of our response we are providing counselling, monitoring symptoms and distributing care packages. 

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The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups


The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups launches a Caring to Call - Calling to Care Program to provide emotion support, telemedicine services to the elderly and disadvantages families. 

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The Hub Children and Youth Centre Limited


The Hub operates in the middle of Sham Shui Po, one of the highest risk areas and one of the areas with the highest concentration of vulnerable children and families. Throughout this challenging period,  centre has remained open daily and the services providing includes:

  • Sourcing and distribution of anti-pandemic goods and food supplies
  • Daily homework guidance classes via zoom
  • Dedicated learning support telephone hotline 
  • Laptop loan service
  • Special 1:1 counseling for SEN children and parents
  • Online stress relief programs such as yoga, stretching, cooking lessons
  • “Early Summer Holidays” online activities, such as STEM classes, sports challenges, photography classes, English camp
  • Regular care calls by our Social Workers with families and children in stress

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The Women's Foundation


The Women's Foundation intends to support at least 1,000 underprivileged women and families by donating RATs (c.10 sets per family) to help alleviate their financial burden and provide peace of mind. Consider supporting our initiative through a direct donation or RATs donation.

For more information, please refer to this flyer and contact community@twfhk.org with any questions.


Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education


Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education (YCCECE), the first and only tertiary institution of early childhood education in Hong Kong, is organising a free online learning programme ‘Learning from Home’ series starting from Tuesday, 1 March 2022. This programme features a series of interesting learning activities that will help children learn and thrive in a COVID safe way.

‘Learning from Home’ online learning sessions will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays at 2-2.30pm from 1 March to 12 April. The 30-minute lesson will be delivered live over Zoom where participants can interact with the presenter and other viewers. 12 fun-filled sessions focusing on areas including COVID 19 Care, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), wellness at home, literacy, numeracy and creative arts will be delivered. Parents and caretakers can benefit from all the content and immediately apply it in their everyday lives.

Learn more: click here.