By joining MSF Day, you can be part of our life-saving efforts even if you are not in the field.
In time of adversity, you can still give a helping hand
Each year, more than 2,000 volunteers work with MSF in different countries, providing medical aid to the populations in danger. Facing the adversity helps us understand the suffering in an adverse situation. It may not be possible for you to join MSF’s frontline medical work now. However, you may still help restore health and hope to people waiting for medical aid in crisis.
This year, MSF Hong Kong works with Softhard, the MSF Day 2009 Honourable Campaign Leader to call on your support to the “7.7 MSF Day Campaign”.
Wearing an MSF Day Badge to support our life-saving effort
By donating a day’s income or more, you are volunteering for MSF on that day and you are actually working together with our field volunteers to alleviate the suffering of victims in crisis. MSF Day’s participants will wear the MSF Day Badge designed by Softhard on 7July to signify they are volunteering for MSF on that day.