ADRA China offers organic cotton t-shirts made in India or Xinjiang China. They are extremely comfortable for working out in or wearing them casually on the go. The donations to buying a t-shirt will help ADRA China raise money to help projects such as SAFER, or also help provide emergency aid after a natural disaster has occurred somewhere in the world.
donations over $100HKD will receive tax deductible receipt.
ADRA China Connections Trip
We offer trips around the world where volunteers get the opportunity to give their summer time off to those who are in need. If you are interested to attending this trip of a lifetime, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ADRA China works together with local HK businesses to help the community. Purchases made by Jane Ramsay clothing business went towards ADRA China's biogas project!
ADRA China helps people who don’t have the privilege or luxury of sleeping in a home. Bedding and food was provided through ADRA China during the holiday season. Many young adults attended with their hearts to serve the HK community.
ADRA China & India Cyclone Fani, May 2019
Thousands of people hit by cyclone Fani as of May 2019. Here we have a photo where the people of Odisha have obtained their emergency relief kits given by ADRA China/HKG. DRF
Lombok Indonesia was hit by two large earthquakes in August & July of 2018. Thousands of innocent lives were killed. This is a photo of ADRA China working to help with people hit by this terrible natural disaster.
ADRA China helps Papua New Guinea
Back in February 2018, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake depth of 35km hit PNG. Over 544,000 affected people in the 5 most impacted provinces were hit. About 270,000 humanitarian organizations assisted the needs of the people in PNG including ADRA China/Papua New Guinea & HKDRF.
ADRA China is in Bayan Ulgii Mongolia, this project is called Safer, it is to be helping locals to establish and maintain their own green house gardens due to the lack of nutrient necessities they are lacking in the rural areas they are living in. This will help locals obtain a healthier lifestyle in their future.