The focus of the 2015 Walk for Living Water will be 'Water and Sustainable Development'. The event embodies the mission for tangible action to help water-deprived people and the raising of awareness for the sustainable future of the next generation. There will be a lot of fun activities and participants can win many prizes.
Ever since its establishment the Amity Foundation has been active in sharing with and learning from the international world. Experience more about this topic in the electronic version of the latest Amity Outlook.
Have you ever heard of Poon Choi, or the Big Bowl Feast? It is a traditional Hong Kong dish originating from the villages of the New Territories. The Amity Foundation is inviting you on February 13, 2015 to the CCC Heep Woh Primary School in Cheung Sha Wan to a Poon Choi Banquet.
Do you remember the little girl standing on the stage during the Living Water Campaign in March last year? Her name is Lin Yiling, the student ambassador for Living Water in 2013-2014. This winter, Lin Yiling was elected to be the youngest 'Regeneration Warrior volunteer'.
A training program for faith-based social development organizations was launched in Nanjing on 21 July. The purpose was to further streamline the good work that has been done by religious organizations in Jiangsu Province, to improve the quality of services offered and to promote generally the development of such organizations.