A Year of Growth
Read more about our work and partnerships in our 2013 Annual Report.
We are proud to invite supporters to become PathFinders Ambassadors. Our Ambassadors are a group of people who would like to learn more about the work we do and contribute to it in some way. We meet every couple of months to keep up to date on PathFinder’s happenings and to provide an opportunity for our volunteers to meet each other, exchange ideas and
Our PathFinders team, with amazing volunteer and sponsor support, organized a terrific end of year HOLIDAY PARTY for our beneficiaries on 24th December 2012, which involved lots of food, gifts and love. Our volunteers helped to create food, played games with our beneficiaries children and even donated a fully decorated Christmas Tree to help create an end of year cheerful feeling to our party.
HandsOn organized a team of volunteers from Moodys to take our beneficiaries on a wild adventure to the Botanical Gardens. The wet weather did not dampen everyones competitive spirit to find all of the animals in the park as a part of an ‘animal treasure hunt’ organised by HandsOn and the volunteers. Thank you to Moodys for supporting our beneficiaries for the second year
Telstra organized a Halloween Party for our beneficiaries which involved a dim-sum lunch at a local restaurant and party games focused on our younger children.Â The Telstra volunteer team arrived early to decorate our office and source party supplies and yummy treats.Â The balloon twisting and pumpkin costumes were clear favorites of our younger children. Thank you to Telstra for organizing such a fun
Telstra’s Executive Leadership Team joined hands for a day with our Case Management Team to outreach to PathFinders beneficiaries living in remote areas such as Kam Tin and Yuen Long. In providing this opportunity to meet beneficiaries in their homes, the Telstra team were able to better understand the challenges faced by migrant women who have given birth to children in Hong Kong. Following
Our Executive Director participates in the ‘Women for the Humankind’ panel…
Sita was six months pregnant when she began to experience abdominal pains and bleeding. Worried something was wrong with her baby, she became frantic. A former domestic helper who has overstayed her visa, Sita was hiding from authorities and didnâ€™t know what she could do to save her baby.
Community Business staff organize an Art Jamming event for our beneficiaries. The event included a wonderful time of sharing between volunteers and our beneficiaries and an opportunity for the participants to express themselves through art. The children we serve were well entertained with a fun time of music and art! Through this experience, Community Business volunteers were able to learn more about the difficulties