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Make a Wish Come True Programme

Make a Wish Come True Programme

Introduction

To help the underprivileged to make their humble wishes come true, HKCS has been launching the “Make a Wish Come True Programme” since 2008. Over the past ten years, wishes of around 2,500 families/individuals were successfully fulfilled. Beneficiaries include low-income or single-parent families and elders, children with special needs, disabled persons and ethnic minorities etc.

We sincerely invite you to support this programme to share the festive joy and blessings with those in need. With just a small donation, not only could you help the needy to get what they have been longing for, but more importantly, you could also bring them hope and empower them to go forward.

Ways to support

  • Invite friends and relatives to pitch in
  • Make a donation on behalf of your loved ones
  • Make a donation instead of buying Christmas presents for yourself

Funds raised will be used to help our service beneficiaries make their humble wishes come true. The year-end surplus will be injected into the HKCS Service Development Fund to develop and render non-government-funded services for the disadvantaged and neglected.

Donation methods

  • Send a crossed cheque payable to "Hong Kong Christian Service" with contact details
  • Direct Transfer:HSBC: 181-4-003883/ BEA: 015-523-10-400062-7
  • Pay at any 7-ELEVEN stores in HK 【Download Barcode

Please send the cheque / bank-in Slip / 7-ELEVEN receipt with the completed donation form by email to donation@hkcs.org or by post to Hong Kong Christian Service and mark ‘‘  Make a Wish Come True 2018 ’’. (Address: 6/F, 33 Granville Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon)

(Donations are tax deductible with official receipts)

Make a Wish Come True Programme 2018

Wishes collected in 2018

This year, over 300 wishes have been collected from our service units. Here are just a few to share:

  • 44-year-old Aunt Jane is a single mother who has abandoned her interest development for taking care of her son wholeheartedly. Having been diagnosed with cancer recently, she would like to get an electric sewing machine to fulfil her long-cherished wish for sewing.

  • 38-year-old Jenny is in a wheelchair due to an accident last year. With a positive attitude, not only does Jenny help out with the activities in our centre, but has also started her diploma course in Social Work studies this year. Jenny’s wish is to buy a bookcase to keep her textbooks and notes in an apple pie order so as to facilitate her study.

  • Granny Yu, aged 60, is a cancer patient undergoing chemotherapy. She wants to get a radio to help distract her attention from pains and let her stay tuned with social information.

  • 15-year-old Bobo’s parents are off the work force due to illness. Her mother has high blood pressure, but the family cannot afford to buy her a blood pressure monitor. Bobo wishes she could get one to help take blood pressure reading for her mother every day.

  • 8-year-old Yannie used to learn playing the piano in the community centre. Her electronic keyboard home has broken down that she could only practise playing it in the silent mode as her family cannot afford to buy a new one. A new replacement would definitely help Yannie in her learning.

  • By participating in the school swimming team activities, 13-year old Aaron who knows not how to swim is now a trained swimmer, representing his school in various competitions. This has greatly enhanced his self-confidence and self-esteem. He wishes he could have a new swim gear to enable him to further develop his skills and strike a new personal time record.

  • 15-year-old Lily would like to have an English dictionary to help her learn English better and achieve good results.

Acknowledgements

Printing SponsorPriniting Sponsor
SponsorSponsor - OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited
sponsor: Yoho
sponsor: Ocean Park
sponsor: the commercial press

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