Joyful Link Mentorship Program
Participation in all six sessions is mandatory. Ideally, volunteers should speak Cantonese or Mandarin & English. Please contact with any questions.
NGO Partner: St. James Settlement Jockey Club Chai Wan Integrated Services Centre
10th April 2021 (Saturday)/4pm - 6pm
17th April 2021 (Saturday)/4pm - 6pm
24th April 2021 (Saturday)/3pm - 6pm
8th May 2021 (Saturday)/3pm - 6pm
15th May 2021 (Saturday)/4pm - 6pm
22nd May 2021 (Saturday)/4pm - 6pm
Over Zoom or in Chai Wan
Activity: Mentor and teach English to children aged 6-12 from underprivileged families. Over six Saturday afternoons, volunteers will build relationships with their mentees through playing games, doing arts and crafts and chatting in English. The children lack the opportunity to practice speaking English so this will be the perfect opportunity for them to boost their English skills. Participation in all six sessions is mandatory. Families welcome and kids age 15 and above can participate on their own.
Rice Packing For The Elderly
This session is FULL. You may click on the link below to join the waitlist.
NGO: J Life Foundation provides poverty relief to underprivileged communities in Sham Shui Po, focusing on helping support basic needs of families.
Date: Please note new date
25 April, 2021 (Sunday)
Shift 1: 9:30am – 12:00noon
Where: President’s Room and State Rooms, Town Club
Hosts: American Club Foundation
Activity: Three in ten elderly people in Hong Kong live in poverty and many depend on charitable food donations. After the success of the first rice packing event, the American Club Foundation is partnering with J Life Foundation again to deliver rice to the elderly and impoverished in Sham Shui Po. Join us at the Town Club as we work together to pack rice for delivery. This activity is suitable for the whole family. Please contact Janet at with any questions.
Strict social distancing measures will be adhered to and masks will be required during the activity. This activity is subject to any changes in Hong Kong Government COVID restrictions.