James A. Handrich Endowment
Sustainable Agriculture Education at HKIS by Sophia Brown
The Empowerment Handbook: Service Through Empowerment by Brittany Fried and Caroline Scown
Crafts for the Disabled by Nicole Lui, Pooja Sadhwani and Saki Tsunoda
Book for the Society for Community Organization (SoCO) by Arthur Fukuda and Anant Majumdar
Energy-Generating Bicycle by Jennifer Ho, Tara Lorimer, Jack Pong, Annie So and Jonathan Vuylsteke
The students worked to construct an energy-generating bicycle that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy with the aim of charging small devices, such as mobile phones. The purpose of the project was to inspire students to consider the environmental impact of their energy usage and to become more aware of energy i initiatives.
Rugby for Refugees by Alec Diao
This project aimed to instill a sense of strength, pride and hope in Hong Kong refugees and asylum seekers through the camaraderie, teamwork and fun of the sport of rugby. The event was held in March 2012.
School in Island of Malapscua, Philippines by Hannah Passamonte and Grace Caywood
Two students executed a talent show in order to raise funds to sponsor the education of 92 underprivileged children at a school. Using the Handrich grant, they visited the school, together with the HKIS school nurse, to provide basic medical check-ups for the students.
Help 2 Help by Jacqueline Chau, John Hare, Evan Lo and Christy Wong
Four students aimed to create a web-based platform where specialists who wish to donate their time and talents can connect with charitable organizations that seek their support. This platform performs a 'matching service' in which specialists, who log their available time and expertise, are linked with charities that require assistance.
Service in Cambodia by Ellen Koo
Three students purchased and installed improved electricity infrastructure for the Bakong Primary and High School in Cambodia. The infrastructure improvements allowed the school to reduce its monthly power expenses by approximately 50%. As a result, the school is able to have power throughout the school day, enabling students to benefit from improved lighting and the use of computers.
Water Sanitation and Service in Bos Plu Village, Cambodia by
CLC Girls’ Scholarship Program by Tracy Tang, Chloe Nguy, Victoria Chen, Joyce Yam and Nicola Tang
New Life Center by Suzette Gaynor, Sharon Lam, Rachel Corrigan
People's Cafe by Monish Sabani, Charlie Kwok, Ariane Turley and Audrey Schalhoub
Tasikoki by Wealthee Chan and Jonathan Ng
Research and Cultural Exchange of the Jiangmen Scholarship Program by Genny Chin, Tiffany Wu and Clara Hung
Lose the Shoes by Stephen Liu and Ethan Hallberg
Flash Mob and Its Relation to Service by Yan Chu, Kelly Lo and Dhruv Jhunjhnuwala
Heal Africa by Brian Mulcahy, Scott Rau and Anthony Abdelnou Chagamoto
River Styx by Lynette Chen, Yeh-Jin Lee, Katherine Ng and Emily Tsai
Documentary regarding poverty and social injustice in Cambodia by Charmaine Chen, Dominic Wu and Joanne Lam
Documentary regarding volunteer experience in Kolkata, India by Cara Isley, Eleanor Gartner, Kristin Mui and Abigail Cunningham
Fundraise to help build water project in Yunan, China (partnering with Concordia Welfare and Education Foundation) by Fiona Chu, Sherry Liu and Eunice Chow