為你介紹每星期10大最受歡迎義工服務

The SC Top 10 Volunteer Opportunities – 2019 Week 2

Volunteer Translator: Stella   Have you started working on your new year volunteering plan yet? If you are using our Social Career app, you will realize it is not a tough task at all! How so? Our app will save your volunteering records automatically and create a “Social CV” for you.   Whenever you sign up for a volunteer event on the Social Career platform and attend as scheduled, the volunteering hours will then automatically display on your Social CV and in chronological order once confirmed by the recruitment agency. You can also find the whole accumulated hours of volunteering on

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Help Me See 香港助視會

Why should we be concerned about cataract?

Volunteer Translator: Yam Cheung; Volunteer Photographer: Ms Cheung   Cataract is not a serious health issue in Hong Kong, but it is the most common cause of blindness in many developing countries like China and India. HelpMeSee (founded in 2010) is a US-based nonprofit organization which aims to train doctors for performing manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS). It is a solution to improve the conditions of numerous cataract patients in developing countries. The cost of MSICS is less than phacoemulsification. Nevertheless, they are facing several difficulties. For example, the communication barrier and labor shortage existed in poor and remote

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Help Me See 香港助視會

Seeing Technology

Volunteer Reporter: Rebecca Yim   Living in a developed and prosperous city, we are blessed with the benefits of convenience, entertainment and security making possible by all kinds of smart devices and apps every day.  Have you ever thought about those people living in developing countries demand technology for survival and health for more than we do?!   HelpMeSee is the global campaign to end blindness caused by cataract.  They apply technology to train and establish a sustainable scheme to solve this global eye health crisis.   Cataract is a very common eye disease.  The development of cataract is due

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為你介紹每星期10大最受歡迎義工服務

The SC Top 10 Volunteer Opportunities – 2019 Week 01

Volunteer Translator: Heung Po Ki   Happy New Year! Have you set any new target in a new year? Is joining a volunteer work your target to be achieved in this year? Social Career highly encourages you to participate in volunteer work in 2019 as not only you help the needy but you also gain a lot. However, if you are a novice, you may find it difficult to choose a suitable volunteer service. Therefore, starting in 2019, Social Career will introduce the top 10 of the most popular volunteer services so as to let you know which kind of opportunity

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Doctor BB

Volunteer Translator: Ronald Fung   When we hear “doctor” and “volunteer”, maybe we can think of “Doctors without Borders”, a group of healers use their professional knowledge to provide obligatory medical service around the world where need help. Most people with no medical or health care related training will never think they can become a “volunteer doctor”.   Have you ever thought a baby can be a volunteer doctor? There is a TV program called “Volunteer Movement (義想天開)” with the latest episode “Baby Angel” broadcasted on 23 Dec (RTHK TV31). This story is based on an NGO’s service “Doctor BB” which

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Social Career organises Volunteer Day Award Ceremony and Carnival Promotes Cultural Diversity within Local Community

International Volunteer Day (IVD) mandated by the UN General Assembly, is held each year on 5 December. It is viewed as a unique chance for volunteers and organizations to celebrate their efforts, to share their values, and to promote their work among their communities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), United Nations agencies, government authorities and the private sector. In response to the IVD, Social Career, which is funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, held the Volunteer Day with Award Ceremony and Carnival (義工嘉許同樂日) at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza to recognize volunteers’ contribution to the community. Public can

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