Published on: 24 October 2019
From November to December 2022, 155 volunteers from the Community Engagement Programme (CEP) spent 950 hours in twelve community services and served 795 beneficiaries.
With the easing of the pandemic and the beginning of the semester break, CEP volunteers devoted more time to in-person services, including Exploring Sham Shui Po with Secondary School students, Community care through the Human Library topic Transgender and Independent Music, Support Youth in Online Homework Guidance Class, Supporting Game Booths and crowd control with children, Recording marriage stories of the elderly couples, Walk with Children in Stanley, Planning community services with secondary school students, and Visit Animal Shelter.
At the same time, students put a lot of effort into promoting child care through playing STEM Toys with kids and Writing Christmas cards to kids during the semester break.
We are happy that all participants enjoyed and learned so much in the activities!