RE-SHAPE is an art exhibition and caritative event in support of Children of the Mekong.
Please join us at SoHo House and discover artworks from over forty international artists.
Thanks to the generosity of the artists and galleries, all the proceeds will go directly towards education programs in Southeast Asia.
Curated by Delphine Canard-Moreau and Claire Roche.
Managed by volunteers passionate about making a difference in the lives of underprivileged children, the chapter is very active, promoting sponsorships and raising funds to run education centres.
One of our core values is to minimize admin costs, so we can increase the impact of your donations. This is shown in our excellent charitable expenditure rate, which is 85.3%.
Meet the team!
I am one of those lucky students, I want to fulfil my dreams and Children of the Mekong gave me the opportunity. I never mind about the way I live today, but I mind about my future, I have learnt that problems and challenges will just pass by, I’ll never let myself give up. The centre is helping me to become a stronger and more independent woman.
The programmes supported by the Hong Kong Chapter
The Batang Mekong Daycare Programme includes 7 daycares for 80 children from 1 to 6 years old living on the dumpsite of Hinayawan in Cebu, the Philippines. The daycares provide:
- 1 meal per day (sometimes the only one) and medications if need be.
- A Montessori pedagogy instead of wandering in the shantytown.
- A place where they receive care, love, and security.
The University Education Centre in Cebu City is the oldest and largest Children of the Mekong’s student residence in the Philippines.
The aim of the centre is to provide access to University to 50+ underprivileged young people. In addition to full boarding, students receive holistic training and professional life training, so they can find a job once graduate.
A successful fundraiser!
In November 2022, two employees of Campbell Lutyens APAC office, respectively based in Hong Kong and Singapore office, raised funds for Children of the Mekong.
Their target? Fund the Grade 9 and Grade 10 cohorts of students at the Samrong Education Centre in Cambodia for one year. Their support will give chance to 24 students to continue their schooling in rural Cambodia.
After hosting a regional online meeting with everyone wearing pineapple shirts, the team organised two sports events in Hong Kong and Singapore. All the funds raised are match-funded by the firm.
Well done for this wonderful initiative, which allowed to raise £15k!
The Hong Kong Chapter of Children of the Mekong organises an Art Exhibition every year to raise funds for our education programmes.
The next exhibition “RE-SHAPE” will take place from April 20 to May 1st 2023 at Soho House, Hong Kong.Learn more
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