21 August 2021 Saturday Family Programme – Challenge of Water
Hong Kong is privileged to access to water in our homes, our schools and our playgrounds, but what is life like, around the world, for the 2.2 billion people who don’t have good access to water. Come and join this experiential, fun, family-friendly program, explore what life is like without access to water, and see what you can do to make a difference.
The Water Challenge simulation programme, an hour of family-friendly volunteering and a mini shop and cafe tour.
10:00 Introduction to Crossroads and the programme
10:30 Challenge of Water Simulation
12:00 ‘Exploring Crossroads’ Tour / Hands-on Volunteering for those who have done our tour before
13:00 End of programme
14:00 Introduction to Crossroads and the programme
14:30 Challenge of Water Simulation
16:00 ‘Exploring Crossroads’ Tour / Hands-on Volunteering for those who have done our tour before
17:00 End of programme
- Languages: Available in English and Cantonese
- Maximum capacity per program: 25 participants (including adults)
- Time: 09:45-13:00 or 13:45-17:00 depending on language preference
- Suitable age for kids: 6-11 years old
- Program Fee: HKD 250 for one adult and a child (including the program, tour and a drink in our Fair Trade Café). Each additional family member: HKD 100.
Our primary goal in running this programme is to help children and families understand global issues, and to explore ways that they can be involved. To that end, we reserve the right to adjust the medium of instruction to ensure that the children and the participants are able to grasp the full heart of the programme being offered to them.
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