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Sponsorship Scheme
Sponsor's Sharings
Mr. So Hiu Tan Danny (Accountant)

I support the Scheme due to the Home’s good track record in helping needy children. The Home’s transparency on the usage of donation also earns my trust as the audited report and donor report are accessible on its website.

Ms. Lee Siu Yim Simmy (Technician)

I joined the Scheme as a double blessing to my two-year-old son and the Home’s children. I have never stopped donating to the Home for 15 years, and volunteered to the flag day with my daughter this year!

Ms. Natalie Chung (Freelancer)

I was sacked and my father fell ill in the pandemic. Yet I learned to cope with my moods by going outdoor and practicing sound therapy. I had never thought of cutting the sponsorship as I believed to give was not a matter of how much we had.

Ms. Lee Wing Fun (Teacher)

My daughter was born in 2010, when I decided to join the Scheme to share my love and blessing with the Home’s children. Noting that they grew up in a caring environment through the Scheme, I truly wish they can live a life of fullness in future.

Mr. Ken Law (Technician)

I started donating to the Home in 2013, and became a sponsor two years ago when I got financially more stable. Quitting junior high school due to family burden, I hope my contribution will give the children more opportunities to learn.

Ms. Margaret Yip (Clerical worker)

After supporting needy children abroad for over 10 years, I realized that the underprivileged in Hong Kong is no less important, especially children. So I signed up as the Home’s sponsor when I know my small yet regular donation can benefit each of the Home’s children. Last year I even made a 3D Christmas card to give them festive surprise!

Grace (alias)

Though unemployed at middle age, I still try to contribute to the Home as I believe no good deeds should be underestimated no matter how minor they are and we could join hands to make a difference!

Mr. Lam Chor Ngok (Educator)

My son grew up with “Lok-lok” and “Yiu-yiu” in the past 17 years. He became taller and the dolls smaller, yet our support is timeless. May the Home be Christ’s witness by devoting love and care to the needy children as always.