Join Hopkins to Help and Bring Hopes to the Poor and the Needy

To show cares and support to our community and the environment, whenever students at Hopkins Education Center make copies or request a recycled bag, all money received will be donated to Hope Worldwide. Also, there is a donation box at our service counter. We encourage all our students to give a small donation into the box - every bit of your support adds up! Let us show our love and care to the needy! On behalf of Hope Worldwide and those who are in need of help, we thank you for your compassion and kindness.

Hope Worldwide is a faith-based charity founded in 1991 by the International Churches of Christ. Over the past years, Hope Worldwide has been bringing hope into lives of many in Hong Kong and China. Its Education have provided many poor children an opportunity to receive an education. Hope Worldwide also provides health and daily care services to many elderly, and different training sessions to the unemployed residents. Currently, over four hundred committed volunteers work along with Hope Worldwide to serve the community and help those who are in need, and Hopkins is very pleased to be part of the team.

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