24 Hour Race is an international youth movement aimed at combating human trafficking worldwide. The race is a huge relay style endurance event where students across Southeast Asia (Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore) will race around the 3.2km track for 24 successive hours from the 19th to 20th of November 2016.
Since the first race back in 2010, more than 1,500,000 young people fought against modern-day slavery, and have raised more than HKD$ 4.5 Million for grassroots anti-slavery charities in the process. It’s an amazing cause to be a part of when you think about how so many people, especially young children are suffering in the fastest growing international crime in the world.
This year, our fundraising goal for the 24 Hour Race in Hong Kong is HKD 3 million. This is an extremely achievable goal if everyone of you reading this can donate - even a small amount can go a long way to combating human trafficking! 24 Hour Race (organized by Running To Stop the Traffik) is a non-profit organisation, all excess funds will be donated to our beneficiary charities through our charity partner to The Exodus Road and Right4Children.
This is a cause that we believe to be of the greatest importance; it is not only about combating one of the most devastating global issue, but it also goes to show that young people have the ability to make a change in the society. It would be amazing if you can support me in making a difference in other people’s lives by donating. Thank you for your generosity and contributions to a better future.
To learn more about the event, cause and charities, please visit this website for further information: http://24hourrace.org
Besides GIVE, we have received HKD 6,360.80 from other sources.