Currently working in the media, Ms Pang Ka Man Jacqueline has engaged in volunteer service for 15 years. After divorced, Ms Pang lived several years in depression. She then realized that the need to live her life again. By chance, she interviewed a regeneration warrior, which enabled her to get to know, for the first time, the volunteer work of movie narration for the visually impaired persons.
Mission Until Dawn (MUD) was established in 2015, with 27 committee members. With the belief of “To serve, not to be served”, MUD started the volunteering journey. They realized that “play” is a vital element for child development, of which the kids in developing countries are in lack. With the profession knowledge of physiotherapy and engineering, MUD visited various oversea sites and designed their Safe, Therapeutic and Enjoyable Playground (STEP) for the children. They organized service trip and recruited students from different universities to construct the playground. By utilizing basic and raw materials, together with their toil and sweat, the team turned an empty land into the biggest therapeutic playground in the community, bringing joy and hope to the kids.