Jerome Cheung and Alicia Collyear ran the London Marathon to raise money for PAWA’s floating school in Bangladesh. They both put in a heroic effort, clocking in a running time of just over four hours. The PAWA team was on
Henry (on the right) with his Euroclear colleagues with the book We are grateful to Henry, who has raised HK$2200 for PAWA from the sale of Kids4Kids Treasury – a book written and illustrated by school children in Hong Kong.
To mark PAWA’s 10th anniversary, artist and illustrator Mariana Musa, a long-time PAWA supporter, has designed a wonderful “Lotus flowers collection”, inspired by PAWA’s lotus logo. Made in collaboration with Doc Cotton, an ethical sustainable brand, the collection features organic t-shirts
PAWA’s purpose to raise funds for girls’ education in Asia inspires many far and wide. And it’s not just women who want to support the hopes and dreams of girls across Asia. Men are as much part of the PAWA
The PAWA supporter family ranges far and wide. Both women and men who feel passionately about supporting girls’ education across Asia are part of the Pan Asian Women’s Association, raising funds for this valuable cause. Wesley Masters is one of
PAWA Benefactor Sybil Poon and her husband Patrick celebrated their special wedding anniversary by hosting a Sunday lunch and a charity music performance in aid of PAWA.
Diana Chan, a PAWA Friend and former Chief Executive at EuroCCP, has raised almost £12,000 for PAWA. She organised a wonderful fundraising challenge around the Asian love of food. Every donor to her raffle received a collection of Asian recipes or could win a Chinese
PAWA Runners, Jonathan Collyear and Harry Verden took part in the London Marathon to raise money.
Congratulations to Theo for celebrating his 16th birthday by raising enough funds to support 16 PAWA girls for a year, a total of £384.
A big thank you to Grace Lau for donating her £100 fee from a photography workshop, “Interpreting the Contemporary Portrait” that she held at the Battle Photographic Society.