SRACP Charity Walk and Run 2016

by The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong
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Summary

SRACP charity Walk and Run 2016 is aiming to fund-raised for supporting crime prevention education and under-privileged (ex-offenders and their families, ethnic minorities) services in Hong Kong. We are going to input the money raised into related services.
$5,000.00
total goal
$5,000.00
remaining
0
donors
0
monthly donors
3
months active

Challenge

Ex-offenders being discriminated, to foster rehabilitation and helping them integrate with the society, we need to provide them and their families financial and emotional support, also helping them encounter accommodation and residential problems. And early education starting from children and student are particularly important as 'prevention' is more essential than 'fixation'. with SRACP's services, we help to create a safe and inclusive society.

Solution

We conduct crime prevention education is schools and outside school (in our TGV education centre), which provides a mock- jail trail, theatre education, maze experiential game etc. Helping younger to make correct choices. For under-privileged, we launch our new project e.g. midnight southray this year, helping the ethnic minorities to avoid blood-borne diseases.

Long-Term Impact

For long term, our crime prevention services helps to reduce the crime rate and re-conviction rate. All stakeholders in Hong Kong will be benefited.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.sracp.org.hk/​
SARCP Charity Walk and Run 2016

Organization Information

The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong - Hong Kong
Website: http:/​/​sracp.org.hk/​
Project Leader:
SRACP SRACP
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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