Amity “Walk for Living Water” March 17, 2012
130 current S1 to S5 students including our Scouts served as volunteers working alongside 50 alumni, parents, retired staff, current staff in Amity’s charity walkathon.
50 current students and 10 alumni participated in the Walk raising funds for China villages in building water sources.
Our school got a prize for “Most Enthusiastic Participating School”.
Teachers, alumni and students raised funds for one of the ambassadors of the Amity’s Walk, Charles Tai, a patient from the Red Cross Hospital Schools, a “Sister school” and partenr in our OLE.
Our former Principal Mr Tong, now the Executive Director at the Amity Foundation, Hong Kong, shouldering on the cause of water for China.
Please click here to read the letter of gratitude from Charles Tai, the ambassador of Amity’s Walk for Living Water.
Our student and alumnus volunteers were actively involved in the Walk.
Some of our students learnt to create funny balloon figures for the young walkers.
Two of our students practised for weeks to become the assistants of the professional magician Chris Wong.
Our cheerleading team showed their support to the Walkers.
Our student helpers did a lot of preparatory work prior to the event.
Many of our students joined the Walker as walkers to raise funds for Amity.
The Amity Walk for Living Water 2012 was successfully held last Saturday. Around 800 participants attended the event and more than HK$800,000 was raised.The money would be used to construct water systems in three Guizhou villages, providing safe drinking water for thousands of people.
Prize-winners in the Walk have opportunity to join other young people in visiting some water deprived villages in Guizhou.
Welcome to visit Amity’s webpage
Or find WALK’s photo album from Facebook “Amity Walk for Living Water”
From Flickr: Amity Foundation(Hong Kong)
*Walk so they(Guizhou villagers) would never thirst*