Some 2,800 students from underprivileged families will be part of the Strive and Rise Programme. Photo: Nora Tam
Some 2,800 students from underprivileged families will be part of the Strive and Rise Programme. Photo: Nora Tam

Mentorship scheme raises HK$140 million, to benefit 2,800 Hong Kong youngsters from low-income families in first intake

  • Strive and Rise Programme is a scheme by Chief Executive John Lee’s administration, designed to help disadvantaged students break the poverty trap
  • Corporations that contributed either through sponsorship or by nominating mentors will be ‘strategic partners’ to help manage the programme

Some 2,800 students from underprivileged families will be part of the Strive and Rise Programme. Photo: Nora Tam
Some 2,800 students from underprivileged families will be part of the Strive and Rise Programme. Photo: Nora Tam
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