(From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong (From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
City Weekend

More young volunteers: Hong Kong teenagers find helping others works to beat coronavirus isolation, boredom

  • Teens do their part, from running tuition sessions for kids to playing games with the elderly
  • Young volunteer numbers at non-profit HandsOn Hong Kong rise fourfold through pandemic

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(From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong (From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From left to right) Lauren Ha, Abigail Hali Ng, Felicity Hui, Shloka Bahuguna and Anjali Thakore are among the young volunteers at HandsOn Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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