“The world needs changing, and we need to empower kids to change it.” David Begbie, Director of Crossroads’ Global Village

It can sometimes feel like the planet we’re bequeathing to our children is broken beyond repair, but when we see the passion and capability of kids that work with Crossroads, it fills us with hope. The next generation of changemakers is out there, and Crossroads is partnering with them in all kinds of creative ways. We have seen schools running fundraisers and collection drives, students doing life-changing summer internships, classes inspired by our poverty simulations and children as young as 6 coming to us with their ideas on how to make a difference.

What Can Students do at Crossroads?

Email engagement@crossroads.org.hk to get connected!


Crossroads’ experiential programmes support schools and universities as they seek to create global citizens and raise students’ awareness of world need.

  • Supporting the New Senior Secondary (NSS) Curriculum Read more..
  • Supporting International Baccalaureate/International School Programmes
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After taking part in one of our x-periences, Japanese International School’s 4th graders held a bake sale, raising more than $1,000 for Crossroads’ work!

Japanese International School girls

Kids4Kids again proved that kids can make a difference, with their 2016 Sharing for a Cause student-led campaign, collecting laptops, stationery and tablets for Crossroads to distribute.


At a staff development day, faculty at Concordia International School, Shanghai, workshop ways to integrate poverty and development issues into the school curriculum, led by a Crossroads team.

Concordia staff