Since the establishment of Hands of Hope

up to a total of 300 students has volunteered with this project, reaching out to children from special needs school and refugee schools.

Every semester, Hands of Hope connects students to volunteer at under-served communities through providing extra classes for the children on a weekly basis, mainly in academic subjects such as English, Mathematics, and Science. Aside from teaching academic subjects, Hands of Hope also provides music classes at the refugee schools in hope to bring a more holistic learning experience for the children. 

Currently, we are looking into the expansion of lessons into more areas such as carpentry, sewing, cooking and so on with the goal to equip these communities with life skills which can provide them with better livelihoods. There are also several events and projects under Hands of Hope to raise awareness, generate funds and create systems for the underserved communities to be self-sustainable.

Past Events