Hope Hong Kong
Bringing Hope to Mothers-to-be
Infertility and pregnancy losses have become a major challenge today as the new generation choose to start their family at a later stage. The challenge is indiscriminative, women of all races and cultural backgrounds can face immense difficulties to get pregnant or to carry her babies to term We are a group of women who devoted to making the world a more compassionate place through various initiatives designed to help those (both women and couples) who struggle with infertility and pregnancy losses. Together, we can make a difference in the world. Whether you want to contribute with money or time, read more about our work and learn how you can make a change today.
Together, we are stronger
The Extraordinary Fairies is a children book which offers a beautiful interpretation to pregnancy losses. It was written by a member of Hope Hong Kong, a support group that has been providing a platform for women who face the challenges to cry, to rant and to seek support. Hope in Hong Kong was founded in 2013, Our work is dedicated to providing comfort, emotional help and share what we know and experience the practical aspects. We strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who face such challenges. Get in touch to learn how you can make a difference.
Breaking Taboo, Offering Comfort & Support
The Extraordinary Fairies works tirelessly to provide emotional support and practical information for women who struggle with infertility and pregnancy losses. We also offer tips to anyone who would like to who has friends, families or loved ones who are facing these challenges how they can support. Our battle is against indifference, and we would love for you to become part of that change today.
How to help
How to offer help in a compassion way
Practical Information on pregnancy losses
Miscarriage management and what's next?
Practical information on fertility treatments
Coping with infertility and pregnancy losses
We have complied some tips from both professionals and from those who experienced the challenges
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”