HandsOn Hong Kong is a is a legally registered charity under Section 88, and we do our work for the Hong Kong community as a free public service. This work would not be possible without the generous support of donors and friends like you. Please make a donation online today and you can support our mission to serve more NGO partners and beneficiaries this year than ever before. Visit our 'How to make a donation' page if you would like to donate by cheque or bank transfer.

DONATE TO SUPPORT OUR CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES FOR HONG KONG PEOPLE IN NEED: Christmas can be the most difficult time of year for Hong Kong's disadvantaged and underprivileged. Which is why we are developing activities these holidays that will bring joy, companionship and provisions to those who need it most. Learn more about the programs we are developing this Christmas. We are running activities to support refugees and asylum seekers, underprivileged Hong Kong children and isolated elderly citizens among other groups. 

We are deeply grateful for any financial contribution our supporters are able to make—large or small, it all makes a difference (tax receipts are issued on request for donations over HK$100):

Donation Amount Funded Program
HK$100 This would make it possible for our volunteers to prepare and serve a nutritious Chinese soup for an elderly person in need this Christmas.
HK$1,000 This would enable us to organize materials for one board game session for residents of an elderly center to engage in with volunteers.
HK$3,000 This would allow us to organize an outing for 5 physically disabled students and volunteers to see some of Hong Kong's festive Christmas decorations.
HK$5,000 TThis would enable one month of supplies for Christmas handicraft workshops for mistreated female domestic workers living in a shelter—these crafts can be sold to support the shelter. The workshops are run by female volunteers.
HK$10,000 This would fund the tools and equipment for a soap recycling session, that would enable volunteers to recycle around 80kg of soap meaning that 160 impoverished families would receive the gift of 1 year of free soap this Christmas.
HK$25,000 Would enable a skills workshop to equip 40 students with disabilities with employable vocational skills (e.g. Christmas crafts or cookie making), supported by volunteers.
HK$100,000 Would make it possible for volunteers to accompany 20 underprivileged children on fun-filled full-day outings once a month, for a full year.

Thank you so much in advance for supporting our work!