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Order of Malta

Year 2021

  • 23/06/2021

    The Global Fund for Forgotten People Awards 500th Grant

    “The Global Fund for Forgotten People’s 500th grant is a great milestone. Grants from the Fund have played a pivotal role in developing the Order’s work in Hong Kong, most recently supporting the Asia-Pacific Summer Camp for Disabled Young People and our Flying Young Programme creating opportunities for disadvantaged children.” Desiree Jebsen, Hospitaller, Order of […]

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  • 07/06/2021

    Our special dedication to all parents

    There is no love greater than that of a parent for their child. Being a parent can be a challenging yet very gratifying task.  Last 1 June, we wanted to celebrate the parents of the Caritas Lok Yi School, who work tirelessly to offer the best  for their children, by partnering with the school with a special […]

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  • 28/05/2021

    Keeping children’s education alive during the pandemic

    Supporting forgotten families in Hong Kong Since April 2020, The Order of Malta Hong Kong has embarked on a tech rescue mission for some of the most vulnerable families with young children dealing with the pandemic in cramped living spaces, shared facilities and little or no computer access. A collaborative effort between the Order of Malta Hong Kong Members and volunteers has helped 40 beneficiary families support their children’s online education needs through multiple schools closures. This initiative has provided relief and hope to those in already difficult […]

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  • 26/03/2021

    Wellbeing through small acts of kindness

    One year into the pandemic and many are looking for ways to maintain our well-being. Connecting with others is a good stress reliever but social distancing constraints make in-person meetings difficult. Luckily, there are different ways to reach out. This month, Hong Kong Association of the Order of Malta Member Vivian Mock showed that she […]

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  • 09/03/2021

    The Flying Seniors Project: Home Delivery Service

    Our vulnerable elderly, especially those who live alone, are among the most adversely affected by the pandemic.  Ambrose Ng, our Hong Kong Association of the Order of Malta member together with his wife Teresa Lo, decided to launch a new initiative named “The Flying Senior Project”, aimed at providing support for the elderly in our […]

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  • 20/02/2021

    Grand Chancellor in an interview with Vatican Radio

    The Order of Malta may be unfamiliar to most in Hong Kong when in fact we are a 900-year old Order with a Hospitaller tradition to care for the sick, the poor and the forgotten. Whilst steeped in history and tradition anchored in its charism,  we are also a network of modern humanitarian aid organizations. […]

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  • 11/02/2021

    Feb 11th is World Day of the Sick

    “A society is all the more human to the degree that it cares effectively for its most frail and suffering members, in a spirit of fraternal love. Let us strive to achieve this goal, so that no one will feel alone, excluded or abandoned.” Pope Francis

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  • 08/02/2021

    Celebrating Chinese New Year with the Lok Yi School students

    Chinese New Year celebrations are all about large group gatherings with family and friends.   Social distancing  measures did not stop our volunteers last 2 February, from getting creative and organizing a very different kind of celebration for the Caritas Lok Yi School boarding students.   On offer were a series of great activities on Zoom, to […]

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