(Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong (Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong
(Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s Sowers Action offers tutors, snacks and a safe after-school environment for underprivileged schoolchildren

  • The educational development group is one of 19 local charities benefiting this year from Operation Santa Claus, the annual SCMP-RTHK fundraiser
  • Its ‘After-school Tutoring Programme’ aims to help about 80 pupils from the city’s Sham Shui Po schools

Topic |   Operation Santa Claus
(Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong (Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong
(Back row left to right) Cheung Lai-wan, principal of Shamshuipo Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School and Brianna Hui, chief executive officer, Sowers Action, with school students in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Felix Wong
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