Can our deepest pain be a doorway to healing? Trauma is the invisible force that shapes our lives. It shapes the way we live, the way we love (more…)
Volunteer to deliver care where it’s need most in Hong Kong.
Despite the sense of cautious optimism in the air, many of Hong Kong’s citizens continue to suffer from the devastating impact of this past year and needs are (more…)
Impact HK is calling on Hongkongers to show kindness during the Lunar New Year.
When you are out, please consider passing your local street cleaner a red packet with a small financial donation or supermarket voucher to show your gratitude. Print out (more…)
“The more people who know about this situation will result in more people caring and it’s so important that we open up more eyes to the struggles of our neighbours.” Jeff Rotmeyer, Founder, ImpactHK
How many homeless people are there in HK? This is a question we are asked so many times. In order to answer this question, we must first understand (more…)
We can do our bit to help improve support for thousands facing mental health problems in our city.
We invite you to take part in and share our online survey about mental health and well being during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re asking people to take this (more…)
Care for our mind. During the COVID-19 outbreak, it is normal to feel anxious when we are faced with uncertain situations as well as trying to adapt to (more…)
We remain vigilant but cautiously optimistic.
by OtandP Healthcare Education and information are key factors in the management of infectious disease. The distinction between the disease and the epidemic is key. During SARS we (more…)
By Shvietta Sethi Today as I look back, I feel a sense of nostalgia for the good old days. The simplicity and the slowness of those days had an endearing quality that we seem to miss in this hyper fast and super connected world.
By Shvietta Sethi I remember speaking with a friend in the late 80’s in my home town of Delhi when 2020 seemed so far away. We wondered what (more…)