2017 is here and the Year of the Rooster is about to start!
PathFinders is delighted to welcome two new board directors, Judy Chan and Kestity Pringgoharjono, both longstanding PathFinders’ supporters.
2016 was our busiest year ever. PathFinders helped over 900 babies and women - a 23% increase in people seeking help since the year before. Despite the overwhelming numbers, we remain committed to improving the lives of these babies, children and migrant women and will do everything we can to support them.
No one else helps this vulnerable group. They need humanitarian support, healthcare, legal support and identity documents. They need education about their rights. PathFinders could not do all this without the significant support we receive from volunteers, donors, pro bono advisors and community groups. Thank you.
If you would like to help, there are many ways to do so! Take a look here:
Kung Hey Fat Choy to you, your families and friends!
Kay and the team at PathFinders
Red Packets for PathFinders
Kung Hey Fat Choy!
As we gear up to celebrate the start of the Year of the Rooster, less fortunate mothers and children in our community need our help. Help to spread joy to some of the most vulnerable babies, children and women in Hong Kong.
PathFinders is delighted to introduce new board directors Judy Chan and Kestity Pringgoharjono. Judy is CEO of Grace Vineyard in Shaanxi Province. Kestity is former Executive Director of Lontar Foundation and a life-long cultural ambassador for her home country of Indonesia.
Both are long-term and committed supporters of PathFinders and we are delighted to have them with us!
Read about the children and women PathFinders supports and the legal and policy landscape that determines their extraordinary, often heartbreaking, lives. These publications were written by PathFinders’ team (Kay McArdle, Luna Chan and Jenny McAlpine) and Professor Hans J. Ladegaard at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. To learn more and order a copy: