Ensuring Quality Education for Children in Poor Countries
The pandemic has eased, and the world has returned to normal, but poverty persists among the impoverished.
Poor families already lack the resources to provide education for their children, and many children are forced to drop out of school. During the pandemic, school closures have deepened the ‘inequality’ in education, as impoverished children lack the necessary equipment and skills for online classes, which affects their learning. As a result, children from low-income families have lower opportunities for quality education than those from wealthier families. Insufficient educational resources place impoverished children in a disadvantaged environment, making it even harder for them to break free from the cycle of poverty in the future.
The UN established 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to address various global challenges, such as social, economic, and environmental issues. Goal 4 is to ensure inclusive and quality education for all, promoting lifelong learning opportunities. Would you be willing to help impoverished children gain access to this opportunity?
We cordially invite everyone to participate in the ‘Red Packet Campaign’ and help CEDAR serve impoverished families and children in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. Your support will assist them and contribute to the long-term solution for intergenerational poverty.
‘Red Packet Campaign’: Both adults and children can participate.
- Donate red packet money: We invite participants to donate money from one or more of the red packets they receive and attach a ‘Lucky Sticker’ to the packets to send blessings to the impoverished community.
- Give Red packets: We invite participants to fill out the response form inside the ‘CEDAR’s Red Packets’ and make a one-time or regular donation. You may also consider passing on the red packets to family and friends, encouraging them to participate in the donation.
- Please request our ‘CEDAR’s Red Packets’ and ‘Lucky Stickers’ to distribute to your organisation.
- Invite us to give a talk and share stories of impoverished children to raise awareness about their needs with more people.
welcome to invite for talk
CEDAR can provide sharing to participating schools and churches to introduce the poverty situation in the beneficiaries’ countries and let children and teenagers know more about CEDAR’s work on poverty alleviation.
participate or enquire
And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices, God is pleased.
(Please specify: Red Packet Campaign)
After donation, please send a completed Donation Form, enclosing with cheque, bank-in slip or screenshot of successful payment along with your name, contact phone number and mailing address to us via mail, email or WhatsApp.
- CEDAR is an approved charitable institution and trust of a public character under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. Please visit Inland Revenue Department website for details.
- CEDAR Fund will issue a receipt for a donation of HK$100 or above for tax deduction. For a donation of less than HK$100, please get in touch with us to issue a receipt.
- Please DO NOT fax any donation information.