Secondary School Student Support Programme,
"Shine Our Way 2023/24"
To support students with urgent financial needs and those who do not receive adequate care under their primary caretakers with direct cash support and other educational activities.
With the positive impact on more than 20 students who received cash subsidies under the "Shine Our Way" Fund in 2022/23, we are keen to continue supporting the six secondary schools in the Western districts of the New Territories this year.
We hope to support more students with urgent financial needs and those who do not receive adequate care under their primary caretakers.
We are appealing to your generous support for this meaningful program.
The total estimated budget is $300,000.
- The Emergency Hardship Fund is a one-time cash subsidy to provide immediate support to needy students
who face sudden and imminent financial threats and even homelessness. We will review the cases recommended by social workers in schools and provide funds starting May 2023.
- Basic Daily Needs Fund is a cash subsidy of $1500 for students who are deprived of proper care and support at home.
- The Talent/Skill Development and Special Academic Needs Fund: each student receives cash of $1500 maximum per month for 10-12 months.
- The Best Improvement Awards are given to two students per school, $2000 each.
- Urgent Educational Tools include the replacement of iPad, laptops, and other essential devices for their studies.
- Special Team Interest Development allows students to be exposed to a sport or arts program they never have a chance to try.
Yuen Long Catholic Secondary School 元朗天主教中學
Pui Shing Catholic Secondary School 天主教培聖中學
Tuen Mun Catholic Secondary School 屯門天主教中學
Shun Tak Catholic Secondary School 天主教崇德英文書院
Pope Paul VI College 保祿六世書院
DMSC Siu Ming Catholic Secondary School 天主教母佑會蕭明中學
Usage of Funds
Special Academics needs
Best Improvement Award
Urgent Educational Tools
Special Team Interests
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Computer teacher with students with used laptops donated by SCS