PathFinders Team takes on the PathFinders Hiking Challenge!

HKD 12,000 goal
HKD 2,700 raised
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The PathFinders Team is taking to the hills to kickstart PathFinders Hiking Challenge and to help Hong Kong's most vulnerable children and their mothers find a path to a brighter future! Some of us are avid adventurers, whilst others are beginners, but we're all coming together to raise awareness and FUNdraise so we can continue to help our clients.

This November 2020, PathFinders will be turning 12! We normally mark the occasion with our FUNdraising dinner, but this year we’re unable to go ahead. Instead, we're celebrating the lives of over 7,600 babies, children and women we’ve helped since 2008, by launching the PathFinders Hiking Challenge to cover 7,600kms - 1 for each baby and mother! 

We're hitting the trails on 20 November to clock in a collective 100kms, and are inviting PathFinders friends and family to sponsor our team - all donations will support our Bridge The Gap crowdfunding campaign to ensure we can maintain our Community Centre and critical services for Hong Kong’s most vulnerable babies, children and women.  

Incase you needed another reason to support us... As part of the #BridgeTheGapHK initiative, all public donations until 30 November will be matched $ for $ thanks to the generosity of the Fu Tak Iam Foundation Limited!

100% of funds raised will go towards essential services, our Community Centre, empowerment work and other critical expenses. Matched funding by the Fu Tak Iam Foundation Limited will be capped at HK$600,000 and programme-designated donations will not be eligible. Receipts will be issued by PathFinders 6-8 weeks following donation.

On behalf of the babies, children and women we serve, thank you so much for your generosity!

Best Wishes, 
The PathFinders Team



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