The 3-Legged Charity Walk provides participants with a unique opportunity to overcome obstacles, work together with others and learn about various challenges faced by disabled children, like the children cared for by Christian Action in Qinghai Province, China.
The goal of this walk is to raise funds for children from low-income families in HK as well as orphans and disabled children in Qinghai
Key activities will include Football training run by ChelseaFC Soccer School Hong Kong, Qinghai Children’s School Day Experiential Workshop, 3-Legged FunRacing Competition and a family-oriented carnival for you and your children. Sponsorship Teams can also take part in the FootGolf plus Putting Game Charity Race.
This will be a wonderful and meaningful weekend event that you don’t want to miss.
Date: Saturday, 23 March 2019
Time: Opening Ceremony 9:15am
Place: The Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club
Online Enrolment: For more information and to enrol please follow this link.
Tel +852 2716 8862
Fax +852 2383 7688
About Christian Action: Christian Action was established in 1985 as a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong. Their mission is to serve those who are poor, disadvantaged, marginalized, displaced or abandoned regardless of their age, gender, nationality and religion.
Their aim is to give them hope, dignity and self-reliance. Their services are based on the example of Jesus Christ who came to serve all people, regardless of their age, gender, nationality and religion, which includes:
Humanitarian programs in Hong Kong for refugees, foreign domestic helpers, ethnic minorities, children and youth from low-income families in Hong Kong and cross-border families and immigrants from Mainland China.
Training programs for the underprivileged and unemployed and professional training services for corporate clients needing specialized training for their workforce.
Humanitarian programs in Qinghai Province on the Tibetan Plateau. This includes co-managing five children’s homes; the province’s first and only Children’s Rehabilitation Centre for disabled children; the construction of winter homes, rural clinics and schools for impoverished Tibetans, and the provision of school scholarships for the rural poor.