Service days:

School groups love to organise volunteer days at Crossroads.

Curriculum participation:

Other schools have included Crossroads on their curriculum as a service ‘subject’ which their students attend each week.

Service and Simulations:

Many groups do what we call ‘Service & Simulation’. They spend part of their time in the Global X-perience programme and part in helping with Crossroads’ needs. Not surprisingly, many find their community service much richer after a Global X-perience!

Off-site projects:

Schools also organise volunteer activities for students within their own campus precincts. These include projects or special drives to target specific commodities needed for shipments.

To arrange your time with Crossroads, please contact our staff: volunteer@crossroads.org.hk

Note: If your group includes children under 14, please let us know in advance so we can accommodate them with an appropriate activity.

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