「Phase II」I·CARE Programme – BLESS HK Rural and Remote Community Friendship Project (Details / Poster / Photos)

Project Location: Sha Tau Kok, Tap Mun, Ko Lau Wan

Project Period: September 2014 - April 2015

No. of CUHK participating students: 62

elderly

Students participating in this project are supposed to conduct voluntary regular home-visits to elderly people living in Sha Tau Kok, Tap Mun and Ko Lau Wan. They are expected to explore the actual needs of the elders and to achieve the objective of respecting as well as caring the elderly. Meanwhile, students will apply Oral History methodology in recording the description of the local area by the elderly systematically which aims at promoting recognition and concern of the public upon the three areas.

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I·CARE On-Campus Social Enterprise Start-up Fund

2014-15 Supported Social Enterprise: Timing Bookstore

The I·CARE On-Campus Social Enterprise Start-up Fund is established to support student initiative in social entrepreneurship on campus. The supported project should be a business aimed at achieving specific social objectives, and the profits should be principally reinvested in the project to further promote the social objectives that it pursues.

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Hong Kong Cultural Tours Project (Details / Poster / Photos)

Project Location: Hong Kong

Project Period: September 2014 - June 2015

No. of CUHK participating students: 42


The Hong Kong Cultural Tours Project aims at recruiting CUHK students to be potential culture ambassadors to get improvement in their guiding skills through a series of professional theoretical training as well as field practice. The culture ambassadors are supposed to lead local disadvantaged high school students in cultural tours to let them get involved in the history and stories of Hong Kong.

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Student-Led Service Grants

As the poverty issues in Hong Kong exert greater influence upon the society, in this year, the Local Poverty Alleviation Initiative will provide funding to the I.CARE Service Projects to fund student-led local service projects. Students are encouraged to design, implement and evaluate local poverty alleviation projects on their own. Through this scheme, they could make use of own knowledge, expertise and connection in the local community to formulate own service projects.

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