Hong Kong is overwhelmingly generous when a disaster strikes anywhere in the world. But have you ever wondered if there are other ways to help?
Please join us for an engaging discussion about the role Hong Kong can play in addressing the humanitarian and development challenges faced by children around the globe with Ambassador Michael Klosson.
Michael Klosson oversees Save the Children’s public policy and advocacy work with the U.S. and foreign governments, as well as its global emergency response work. Prior to joining Save the Children, Mr. Klosson served as a career Foreign Service officer with numerous overseas posts in Asia and Europe, including U.S. Consul General in Hong Kong and Macau, U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus, and Deputy Chief of Mission at several U.S. Embassies. His Washington assignments included serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs and Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
When crisis strikes, and children are most vulnerable, we are there — as we have been for every major humanitarian crisis since World War I. By participating in Christmas Jumper Day, you will be supporting our Children’s Emergency Fund, which ensures we can continue to deliver immediate and lifesaving emergency relief, and stay as long as it takes to help children and families recover and rebuild their lives. Click below for further information.