V-HK Illustration Design Competition & Elderly Home Visiting

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Funded by the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education(“CPCE”), the Agency for Volunteer Service (“AVS”) launched the V-HK Illustration Design Competition & Elderly Home Visiting in 2021-22, with the aim to place greater emphasis on "Respect" and "Responsibility" while continue to promote "Love" and "Inclusiveness" through the Illustration Design Competition by the family and students as well as the elderly home visiting by the student volunteer teams during the weeks of “Senior Citizen’s Day” and “International Volunteer Day”. 
 
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  • To allow local students and the public to develop their creativity to design illustrations on the theme of 101 Ways of Volunteering.
  • To showcase the selected illustrations on the gifts and present them to the needy elderly during the visit.
  • To promote the power of volunteers to contribute to society, the country, and the world.
  • To encourage parent-child creativity to enhance family interaction.
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Important Dates

Deadline: 24 July 2022

Result Announcement:  6 September 2022

Awards Ceremony and Sharing Session: TBC

“Volunteer Hong Kong Week” Elderly Home Visiting21 November to 4 December 2022

 

Competition Categories and Prizes

• Secondary Students

• Primary Students

• Family group

A certificate will be presented to all awardees. 

 

How to participate

Draw your illustration on A4 paper and scan your image of the theme "101 Ways of Volunteering" with no more than 150 words for the explanation, and upload it to the designated link.

All participants should upload your illustration with your full name in English and the name of your design.

Panel of Judges 

Thank you for your incredible support and patience! We are glad to announce the winnners, please find the list in below. Congratulations!
 
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Student volunteer teams are encouraged to self-plan visitation services from 21 November to 4 December 2022. Volunteers presented AVS's designed gifts which used the awarded illustrations to the elderly living alone or together in 18 districts. They took care of the elderly around them by themselves and learned to respect, care for, and support each other; this activity also responds to the "International Volunteer Day" set by the United Nations on December 5 every year.

Details and registration methods will be announced later.