Activities: Service Development

Registration of Representative Offices in Mainland China

Since 1916, The Salvation Army began to establish hospitals and orphanages in Peking, Shijiazhuang and Tianjin in support of war refugees in Peking. Later, the Army offered emergency relief and rebuilding services for several natural disasters in mainland China, and provided services including infrastructure, education and training, agriculture and production, community integrated development and health and hygiene in various regions. In 2011, The Salvation Army registered as an ‘Overseas Non-governmental Organisation’ in accordance with new stipulation of Yunnan Province. In addition, as stipulated by the new law of China, the Army officially registered and set up offices in Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces during July and August 2017. Applications for registering our Beijing Office and ‘Recordation of Temporary Activities’ in other provinces we serve are under way.

Free Health Check for Grassroots Citizens

The Salvation Army Integrated Service for Street Sleepers has launched a three-year ‘Healthy Action LEVEL-UP — Outreaching Health Support Scheme for Deprived Communities with Hidden Health Needs’ since 1 September 2017. Together with dedicated medical volunteers, we provide free preliminary health checks and education for street sleepers in various districts and grassroots families living in the Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po and Kowloon City districts. It helps those who have financial difficulties or avoid seeing a doctor to detect any diseases at an early stage so that they may receive timely treatment.

Registration of Representat...
Free Health Check for Grass...