The Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF was founded in 1986. As one of the 36 national committees for UNICEF, they organize fundraising and advocacy activities to provide financial support for UNICEF’s programmes across over 150 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive.
Their Mission: The Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF’s aim is to arouse public awareness of the plight of children in developing countries and of the need to champion children’s rights.
The Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF also organize programmes to encourage youth participation in voluntary services.
Volunteering: Want to help the suffering children? You don’t have to be a millionaire; all you need is passion and faith in making the world a better place. Be a volunteer to help the Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF save millions of those suffering in the world. UNICEF Hong Kong offers different types of work in which you can exercise your strength and make the most direct contribution to relieve the hardship of others. Volunteers help UNICEF Hong Kong minimize their operation cost, too. Visit their website for more information.