“Share and Care” Scheme

As COVID-19 remains a risk for the entire world, the local economy has also experienced a severe hit, which is now threatening the livelihoods of grass-roots families. Moreover, children’s physical and mental development, as well as their studies, have been hindered because of their families’ economic pressure and the constraint that they are home-bound during the pandemic. Therefore, having implemented its “Share and Support” Scheme in 2020, through which grass-roots families and vulnerable communities were provided with personal protective equipment, World Vision again partners with local charities, sponsoring and collaborating to implement the brand new “Share and Care” Scheme in 2021. By providing practical livelihood and psychosocial support for children and families affected by the pandemic, we hope that they can feel loved and embrace hope even in such challenging times. Volunteers will participate in the implementation of the different projects to fight the pandemic together with children and families. World Vision will regularly monitor and review the progress and effectiveness of the scheme.

Project Content

The Industrial Evangelistic Fellowship

Project Name Eat-well.Play-hard.Kids-n-You (童.你.玩餐飽)
Target and expected number of beneficiaries About 160 children (aged from 6 to 12)
  • Enhance children’s physical health
  • Raise children’s motivation and competency to learn, so that they may be curious and pursue new things and ideas
  • Broaden children’s horizons and develop their adaptability to help nurture their self-esteem and inter-personal skills
  • Provide nutritious foods and corresponding nutrition information for children
  • Organise group activities (online / offline learning and development support)
  • Hold experiential / outdoor activities for children
  • Organise training and gatherings for volunteers

Urban Peacemaker Evangelistic Fellowship

Project Name Love, No Fear (愛,不怕)
Target and expected number of beneficiaries 5- to 15-year-old children and their parents (about 60 families)
  • Help grass-roots children improve their learning and broaden their horizons
  • Ease the economic pressure of low-income families through food provision
  • Improve ethnic minority women’s life skills to showcase their talent
  • Motivate community members to know / serve ethnic minority families so as to expand their personal / community support network
  • Offer homework tutorial classes, courses on multiple intelligences, and parent-child activities
  • Distribute food to grass-roots families
  • Produce cooking / life skills videos and provide skills training for ethnic minority women
  • Organise festival fun fairs / integration activities
  • Provide training for volunteers and conduct home visits