Race Against Human Trafficking: Run for other people’s lives, at the annual 24 Hour Race in Hong Kong that raises funds for charities to combat modern-day slavery. The race is organized by Hong Kong-based NGO Running to Stop the Traffik specifically for students, and has since spread to other Asian cities like Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
How does it work? Form a team, raise $10,000 in funds, and participate in a tag-team-style, non-stop relay on the day of the race.
What else? All proceeds will go towards The Exodus Road and Right4Children.
When? 9am, November 19 to November 20, 2016.
How much? There’s a race entry fee of $100 per runner.
Where? Lugard Road, The Peak.
Written by The Loop for Running to Stop the Traffik.