SCI Hong Kong Newsletter
Peace by Deeds not Words
URGENT: Volunteers needed Feb 14-20, 2016!
East Asia Regional Workcamp is still looking for volunteers. During the camp, we will be doing maintenance and renovation work at a local hostel. We will also work with socially disadvantaged groups such as homeless people in cooperation with the organisation Food Angel. This camp is mainly targeted at participants from Korea, Japan, China (Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau), but we also welcome participants from other countries to apply!
Please register here, if you are interested:
Looking for Trainers - Fotography and Film on February 21
SCI Hong Kong is hosting a social media training for activists from all around the world. The training will take place from February 21 - 26. We are looking for trainers, who can teach a 2-3 hours workshop on the topics of photography or film. The workshop should focus on practical aspects and easy to implement techniques. If you are interested to make a contribution or know someone who is, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us to make the lives of refugee families more colourful!
Starting from February 13, SCI HK is taking part in refugee projects all around Hong Kong. In cooperation with other local organisations, we are hosting a program to offer free-time activities to refugee parents and children.
If you are interested, please sign up here! Events will take place every Saturday from 11.30 - 1.30 in Wan Chai. No preparations, just some extra hands needed!
Winter Service Tours
This past winter holiday season, SCI HK offered several service tours to different countries around Asia, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Nepal. If you are a student society and looking for a partner to organise a service tour with, please contact service email@example.com! We look forward to hearing from you!
Global Education Camp April 14 - 24
The Global Education Project Camping will take place in April this year. We will host students from secondary schools and international volunteers during a residential training, as well as several human library events. This year, 6 schools from all across the city will participate in the program. Human Library is an interactive and fun method for students to learn more about different cultures. If you have an interesting story to tell or would like to help us out during this camp, you are most welcome!
Happy New Year!
We wish all of our members a happy new year of the monkey! May it be a year full of joy, adventures, kindness and the spirit of volunteering - a year, in which we all make a contribution to a more peaceful world together!