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Be Priceless strives to strengthen the capacity of children and family's to be well and safe.

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How We Started

The initial spark to start Be Priceless was to empower children and families from disadvantaged backgrounds in strengthening their growth, well-being and safety.  We developed the SEED course (Self-Value, Educate, Empower, Protect from dangers) to build an evidence and best practice based to build helpful and healthy knowledge, skills, mindsets and practices.

We work by shared partnership and listening to the community members we hope to serve. Our program is created through with more than 125 multicultural community members including children, parents and many diverse professionals (from educators, doctors, nurses, public health professionals, child protection experts, psychologists, social workers, mindfulness teachers, researchers, and more) 

We continuously seek the views of children, caregivers, care service providers (e.g. social workers, teachers) by conducting interviews that tell us of the needs, barriers and opportunities to strengthen well-being and safety. Their participation is foundational to building SEED courses that respect and address their views, needs and context. 

Accountability is also core to our approach. For example, before starting the SEED course for children, two internal pilot studies were done to ensure positive impact and safety. Our courses are continuously improved through participant feedback and up to date expertise. 

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SEED Course for Children

We have multiple ongoing sessions of the SEED course for children in the age group of 8-15 years.

From May to December 2021, at least six groups of full 8 module SEED courses, and at least two 1-hour introductory courses will be provided to 8-15 years old children. 

 

The sessions are taught in two languages for now, English or Cantonese. Children who taking part in the SEED course come from diverese ethnicities i.e. Chinese, Nepali, Pakistani, Filiipino, and Indian.

We provide courses either with trusted non-profit organizations (e.g. Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Outreaching Team for Multi Cultural Community (HKSKH OTMCC)

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SEED Course for Caregivers

Our first Caregivers' SEED Course has been well received. Thank you for our wonderful partner HKSKH OTMCC.
 

Our upcoming courses are in partnership with Health in Action and again with HKSKH OTMCC. Look out for our impact reports.

More courses coming soon in English and Catonese.

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We Listen- Your Voice Drives Change

Empowering children's well-being and safety starts with the family. We interview children, parents, and care service providers (e.g. counselors, social worker, and more) to seek their views, needs, and shared solution. 

 

Their voices are at the center of our program and drive the contin

The participants include migrant domestic workers, and minority ethinic community members.

Our partner orgnaization incudes: Uplifters, PathFinders, HKSKH OTMCC, Health in Action, and Be the Change

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