About Us

Established in 1998, A Drop of Life is a Hong Kong registered NGO that strives to ensure the access to clean water and sanitation a reality for everyone.We strongly believe that access to safe and clean drinking water is our basic survival right, and is also the key to solving long term problems such as poverty and low education level.

We work according to our mandate of “passing our love and working for love”, and we have been implementing sustainable water projects and building water facilities in the rural areas of Nepal, Cambodia, and Mainland China.At the same time, A Drop of Life is actively involved in formulating plans for poverty alleviation, disaster relief, and school rebuild, etc. We aim to give hope to those in need from life to livelihood.

In Hong Kong, we show our love and concern to underprivileged groups by organizing charity visits and goodie bag distribution events.As of 2021, the total beneficiaries of A Drop of Life's work has exceeded 5 million people.

The drop of water in our logo is presented in an incomplete form, which represents the lack of basic survival needs of underprivileged groups in our societies. It is the mission of “A Drop of Life” to fulfill their needs and to help them improve their living conditions so that they can have faith and hope for the future. However, alone we can only do so little. While we will continue to work in the front-line, our power comes from the constant support from all of you. Together with your generosity and solicitude, we can help improve the lives of people who lack basic needs.

Message from our Chairperson

 "We all live on the same planet, enjoying the same ray of sunlight and breathing the same air, but some of us lead completely different lives because of the uneven distribution of water resources. While we are benefiting from our abundant resources, there are groups of people who still live in poverty due to lack of resources at the very moment. Let’s work together to help them overcome the obstacle of lack of resources and improve their living conditions. " 

Jackie Lee - Chairperson of "A Drop of Life"