Through the Powered By Service workshop, students learn to show their concern on different social issues and ways to improve them. Some of their plans are implemented as a project with various interfaces in the community.
There are many ways for primary and secondary schools to get involved in Kids4Kids Programs.
Primary schools are welcome to participate in this exciting writing and illustration competition. Each participating school can submit the ten best stories written by its students. The winning story from each school will be published in either the Kids4Kids’ Treasury or online collection. Each year’s new participating schools will be invited to attend our My Story Creation Workshops, which prepare students by developing skills in writing and illustrating their own stories.
To find out more about the My Story Creation Competition and Workshops, click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Powered by Service
Powered by Service (PBS) is a bilingual secondary school-based capacity building workshop delivered to schools with limited resources, covering approximately 6 hours of training. Placing a strong emphasis on service as a means to develop the whole person, PBS introduces important topics that are often not covered within the standard Hong Kong curriculum. PBS can be tailor made for the host school. Click here for more details, or contact us at email@example.com
Powered By Youth Forum
Powered By Youth (PBY) forum is an annual 2-day forum for students aged 12-17 to explore their personal strengths, social issues, and community action ideas. It's a launchpad for high school students to create their own CAS / service learning activity with their passins. Click here to find out more on PBY 2017 and stay tuned for next year's event!
Designed to mobilize 12 – 17-year-olds from diverse backgrounds to take action on real life social issues.
COMMUNITY ACT!ON PROJECT
Participants submit an outline for a Community Act!on Project tackling issues on education, environment, poverty & health, and human rights and other services. Submissions can be done in video format, powerpoint presentations, PDFs, etc. via our online portal. The top 20 winning projects have the opportunity to receive up to HK$3,000 of seed funding to deliver their project to the target community with the support of Kids4Kids professional mentors. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to both primary and secondary schools. A remarkable opportunity for students to help children from low-income families by sharing the love of reading. We encourage schools to take the lead in mobilizing their students to read at our Buddy Reading sites. Training provided along with materials, resources, and support. Contact email@example.com for more information.
An opportunity for secondary school students to manage their own Kids4Kids Spark Club at school, incubate community action ideas, share resources, and take part in Kids4Kids' regular service opportunities in an impactful manner.
|FUN||A great way to start doing service while having fun with schoolmates and getting involved in the community.|
|LEADERSHIP||Responsibility of leading your own club, running school-based Kids4Kids programs and service opportunities.|
|SERVICE||Meaningful hands‐on service projects with the local community.|
|SUPPORT||Kids4Kids provides a framework for recruiting volunteers, managing operations and assessing their impact. Kids4Kids can also help you connect with a beneficiary group or organization.|
Click here to find out the 5 steps to creating your own Kids4Kids Club!
Kids4Kids selects interns from Year 12 / Form 5 to university and above. Applicants are invited to fill out the form here, and our team will reply within 2 weeks. Students younger than the internship age criteria can join us as volunteers.
SPARK. IGNITE. SHINE.
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