Macau Famine 2017 has come to a successful close.
Special thanks to...

Campers for their love and action.
Volunteers for their devoted effort.
Sponsors and supporting units for their generosity and support.




Donations

Last year’s donations have been used to support World Vision to implement food security and development projects in areas in need around the world, including eastern and southern Africa, Syria and neighbouring countries affected by the conflict.


2017 Use of Funds

Funds raised from Macau Famine this year will support World Vision’s projects in African countries, such as South Sudan, Zimbabwe and Somalia, to provide children and families with food, health and nutrition, and livelihood assistance, such as:

HK$100

Supporting World Vision's partnership with World Food Programme to distribute food aid

HK$300

Training 2 caregivers to prepare nutritious meals for malnourished children

HK$500

Supporting 12 households to purchase assorted vegetable seeds



You may also donate via following channels:

Direct
Bank-in

Tai Fung Bank  

  • MOP: 201-1-07025-2
  • HKD: 101-1-09229-8

E-donation

  • Debit cardholders of Bank of China can make donations via “BOC EXPRESS”
  • If you have applied for online banking from Bank of China, you may donate via “BOCNET (Personal)” account

Crossed
Cheque

Please make cheque payable to “World Vision of Macau Association”

Become
a Sponsor

Join Child Sponsorship Programme and sponsor a needy child

If you are donating via direct bank-in or using a crossed cheque, please mail your bank-in slip or crossed cheque, with your name, contact number and address, to World Vision of Macau Association at P.O. Box 530, Macau, and indicate “Macau Famine” on the envelope.



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