Help us help people in need!

We work for people who, in the main, cannot pay for the services they need from us. So we in turn need the help of others to cover our costs. Wonderfully, there are people in our lives who ask how they can raise funds on our behalf and they are the ones who enable us to serve people, near and far, who are in need.

Start a SimplyGiving fundraiser

A very easy way to start a fundraiser on behalf of Crossroads is through SimplyGiving.com. Go to our charity page on Simply Giving, click ‘Fundraise for us’ and follow the 4 steps to set up your page. After, you can share the link to your fundraising page through social media or email.

If you have questions or need help to set up your page, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to help!

Need inspiration?

Some of the past fundraising efforts have blown our minds. In order to raise funds for Crossroads:

Tim Smith

  • Lorencioa student, Lorencio Mateo Shui, visited 801 Hong Kong 7-Eleven stores in 60 days. Read more. 
  • a business man climbed the  treacherous alps near Mt Blanc. More. 
  • a young man biked from London to Hong Kong, via the ‘Stans’.
  • three brothers biked across Australia.

It’s not necessary to achieve vast athletic feats, though! Any fundraising activity, even the simplest, is welcomed and needed. Your efforts, large or small, may change the lives of people whom we may not have been able to reach, had you not helped.

Crossroads Foundation Hong Kong

Cameroon: Helping communities in crisis

WHO IS THIS SHIPMENT HELPING? Since late 2016, a conflict has been worsening in Cameroon ...

read more ...

Cambodia: Equipping a new women’s hospital Copy

SHIPMENT FEEDBACK For women in the Cambodian countryside and poor urban communities, there ...

read more ...

Benin: Empowering women and youth

WHO IS THIS SHIPMENT HELPING? Benin, bordered by Togo and Nigeria in West Africa, is rich ...

read more ...

Malawi: Improving rural health and education

WHO IS THIS SHIPMENT HELPING? Malawi is one of the world’s least developed countries and ...

read more ...