The greatest gift parents can give children
We all want our children to be healthy, happy, and caring.
We all want them to grow up in a world where there is no suffering or injustice.
We all want them to become kind humans and responsible citizens.
Empathy is the greatest gift we can give our children.
⭐December Welcome Promotion (Exclusive to Oxfam kid new joiners in November and December)
【Understanding Poverty through Grocery Shopping Experience】
Event Date: Sunday, December 17, 2023 (exact time to be determined)
People have diverse expectations when it comes to eating healthily. Some prioritize nutrition, while others consider organic options. However, for individuals in low-income communities, even sustaining a household is challenging, let alone affording nutritious meals. Research conducted by Oxfam reveals that many low-income families in Hong Kong struggle to meet their basic nutritional needs within their food budget. Is it fair to live a life where one can only fill their stomach but not maintain a balanced diet?
Through this event, participants will gain insight into the daily struggles faced by low-income groups as they plan their meals with limited resources. During the activity, you will have the opportunity to:
Your kids will...
• Receive a certificate of recognition for their contributions
• Learn to cherish what they have and show empathy to others
• Join interactive parent-child workshops
• Learn about being a global citizen through parent-child reading activities and incorporating games into learning
• Get badges for their accomplishments every year
"You are never too young to make a difference! Donate $4 a day to transform lives!"
'Inspiration and companionship are the best gifts parents can give their children.
There are many people in need of help out there. I’ve always thought about what I can do to help. I also want to set an example for my daughter QQ, and I want her to learn to show empathy and care for others.'
'Happiness is not about how much you take, but how much you give." I hope QQ will grow up as a healthy, happy, and responsible global citizen.' - Oxfam Kid’s Mother – Esther Chan