Community Outreach: Elderly Program


Tsuen Wan

We delivered 500 care packages over five rounds of distribution. Even at the height of COVID, with restrictions on in-person visitations, we continued to care for families in need via keeping in contact over 845 phone calls. About 500 families benefited. Further, we referred seven people to our charity medical services.


Pastor Chu of Mountain View Church, a co-organizer, said that besides providing material assistance, the follow-up phone calls and in-person visits made beneficiaries feel less lonely. Particularly for single elderlies living alone, "It is nice to know that there are still people in the community who care for [us]."


Yau Tsim Mong

Due to COVID restrictions, the volunteers of Bible Auditorium Church had to visit the elderly living alone several times.


The person in charge said, "The elderlies were delighted to receive visitors and the packages, the contents of which they felt were practical and varied."



Hengan Mission also provided simple medical checkups, including blood tests, cholesterol tests, blood pressure measurements, and health consultations to about 130 elderlies.


Ms. Chan, the person in charge, said that the participants appreciated the patience of the healthcare workers who helped them understand their health conditions.


In the same month, we held a health talk – we hope the healthy diet tips and food shared can strengthen their immunity during the epidemic.



Pioneer Memorial Church visited and distributed care packages to the elderly living alone as a token of our care.


Tai Po

Tai Po Church held 2 activities between November and December 2022, and distributed care packages to benefit mainly low-income families.