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Ready to Read for Ronald McDonald House Charities ®
Reading can help children improve their reading comprehension skills, grammatical knowledge and critical thinking. Through the “READ FOR LOVE 2019-20209” of Ronald McDonald House Charities® Hong Kong (RMHC Hong Kong), children not only read more, but also read for the community. The program recruits young readers to raise fund for the charity’s operation so as to keep the sick children and their families close during difficult times. Throughout the years, over hundred primary schools and kindergarten have joined our program! On behalf of the sick children and their families, we sincerely invite your school to participate in this program and contribute to the community.
Ronald McDonald House® (RMH) is the cornerstone project of Ronald McDonald House Charities. Established in 1996 in Shatin, RMHC Hong Kong was Asia’s first RMH that provides “home-away-from-home” service to families with seriously ill children who received medical treatment in the nearby hospital. Generally speaking, sick children who stay in RMHC Hong Kong are suffering from serious-illnesses such as cancer, trauma, burns and bone marrow transplant.
The House equipped with 23 family rooms including 1 isolation suite specially conceived for bone marrow transplant patients, a common kitchen, living and dining room, library, computers, and indoor as well as outdoor play areas. RMHC Hong Kong has been providing family-centered care service to more than 5,000 sick children and their families
The application of this meaningful campaign starts from 1 November 2019 this year. Your students can use their reading skills to benefit the community and give love to the sick children and their families! Together, we can make a difference! Encourage your students to join the program today. Should you have any queries, please contact Ms. Law at 2947-8778 or email: email@example.com.
Iris Wong Ting Ting
Ronald McDonald House Charities Hong Kong
Keeping families together to help kids heal and cope better