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Support Underprivileged Families by Spending Consumption Voucher

Convert Your “Consumption” Voucher into “Contribution”. Spend it to purchase rice packs for low-income families.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected the economy and lives of grassroots citizens. Phase II of Consumption Vouchers has been disbursed.
We sincerely invite you to convert this extra income into donations for local underprivileged families. You can donate cash OR purchase rice packs / supermarket coupons using your consumption voucher.

Act now! Let’s share love and happiness with our community.

“It is more blessed to give than to receive”
Acts 20:35

HOW TO HELP?

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Cash Donation

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Cash donations are also welcomed
A donation of $600 can provide rice to feed a family of three for a year
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Use your voucher to buy rice for the poor

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Buy "UPPER RICE" packs at subsidised 60% discount including delivery
$50 / 5kg pack
for this fundraiser only
 
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Buy any rice packs & deliver to us*
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Order through e-shops (e.g. HKTV mall, Ztore, etc.) & deliver to us*
*Deliver to Christian Action Food Station
Mong Kok Service Centre
Unit 17 of Office P1, 1/F, Tai Chuen Building (Block P), Cosmopolitan Estate, No. 96 Ivy Street, Kowloon

Sealed rice packs with at least 12months of validity before expiry date
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Donate Supermarket Gift Coupons

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Buy gift coupon (e.g. PARKnSHOP, Wellcome, AEON, YATA, etc.) & send to us for distribution to the poor
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Fill out the online form for your donation

Ms. Leung's Story

Ms. Leung, a single mother lives with her 14 year-old twins in a 90 square foot sub-divided unit and presently their lives and circumstances are seriously stretched. For two years now, she has been picking up ’Emergency Food Packs’ every month at Christian Action’s Mong Kok Service Center, which include rice, oil and canned food.

Ms. Leung mentioned that there was a wave of rice-grabbing in supermarkets in the early days of the pandemic and she was not worried, since the ‘Emergency Food Programme’ would provide her with rice every month. "Rice is very important for us, because my two sons are very active and experience growth spurts, maybe in a period of rapid development, so need to eat rice at every meal to satisfy their hunger." Ms. Leung disclosed that the monthly rent for her sub-divided unit, water and electricity bills come to more than HK$7,000, which takes most of her income. She was very grateful for the donations from various donors in the community, which allow her to receive food packs every month and thus reduce her economic burden.

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For Enquiries
Please contact Ms Coco Ho at 2716 8862 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.