Pillars of Work under Our Local Programme
Nutrition and Health
A balanced diet is the basis for the development of children’s intellectual and physical wellness. It is also crucial for breaking the cycle of poverty across generations.
Experiential Learning and Learning Support
It is essential for grass-roots children to have the chance to enjoy diverse and inspiring resources and opportunities for learning, as well as positive family and social relationships, in order for them to overcome deprivation.
The mental wellness of parents and caregivers also plays a key role in the physical and mental development of grass-roots children.
The living environment of grass-roots families is crowded, and basic furniture such as desks and chairs are often lacking. Children have to crouch on the bed to do their homework and take online classes, which affect their physical growth.
In addition to the four pillars of work, we partner with local welfare organisations, churches and professional organisations, and offer timely and specific short-term projects in response to the needs of grass-roots families during different occasions to help parents and children become resilient.