Attend or sponsor one event, or let us organize an event for you to make a difference in the lives of refugees in Hong Kong.
Drink For Justice is a relaxed networking event that is held monthly to promote understanding and level differences. It builds opportunities and sheds light on social issues that affect us all.
Drink For Justice (DFJ) is social drinks with a difference. DFJ is held monthly to promote friendship across borders; develop solidarity irrespective of social, racial and religious divides; and foster business opportunities for young professionals partaking in our events. Let’s cheer together for a good cause!
DFJ is organized by a diverse network of professionals, refugees and concerned citizens who come together at the Refugee Union. DFJ is presently organized by people with a background or in professions in academia, law, accounting, trading and marketing.
Once a month, for a $250 donation, you’re welcome to enjoy a free-flow of drinks and canapes and make a difference in the lives of refugees in Hong Kong. We can’t fix social problems in one night, but we can turn our Happy Hour into positive change.
Refugees are a marginalized minority from dozens of countries. Their skills and talents are often undermined and depreciated in a context of limited resources, opportunities and choice. DFJ encourages us to express ourselves while learning about the reality of broader issues of social justice.
The ancients believed “In Vino Veritas” – in wine, truth. The Greek historian Herodotus asserts that if the Persians decided something while drunk, they made a rule to reconsider it when sober. Authors after Herodotus added that if the Persians made a decision while sober, they made a rule to reconsider it when they were drunk.
DFJ aims to spark a truthful friendship in a jovial environment shaped around this ancient wisdom, which goes beyond drinking, to achieve balance, unity and amity.
It is our promise to provide unique and quality drinks you rarely find in free-flow events.
You may make a donation to the Refugee Union when purchasing tickets at www.evertbrite.hk. You may also make a donation at the event.
You can help by:
1. attending with your friends and spreading the word about DFJ events.
2. getting involved directly and contributing to DFJ with your ideas and availability to host or co-organize one event. Diversity is what we seek, and organizers change over time according to what they want to contribute to the cause. DFJ is everyone’s effort and reward!
3. sponsoring one event or providing in-kind donations that can be auctioned, sold or given away as merchandize.
4. letting DFJ organize events for you, at your home, office or other venue.
Updates are regularly posted on our website and Facebook.
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Get in touch with us to sponsor a DFJ event. Whether you are an individual or business entity, you may donate to the cause by footing event costs and requesting to organize with you an event at your home, office or other venue. We’ll turn your party into a potent source of innovation, team-building and competitive advantage.Get involved
Drink For Justice is committed to safeguarding the privacy of individuals with respect to personal data. We therefore make sure that our policies and practices in relation to the collection, use, retention, transfer and access of personal data comply with the requirements of relevant ordinances under the laws of Hong Kong.
During registration to our events, it may be necessary for you to provide your personal data. When you register, it is understood that you agree that you are of a legal age to drink, and that your personal data will be kept as strictly confidential as possible and will not be disclosed to third parties unless it is necessary for us to provide you with information relating to our events and partners. This may include:
If you do not wish to receive marketing information from us with respect to goods and/or services or for us to disclose, transfer or use your personal data for the purposes as set out in this paragraph, please write to us quoting your name and email address.
In accordance with Hong Kong laws, you have the right to: