Dawn Island Open Day 2019

Taking drugs is getting ever more common these days, and it is a known fact that drug abuse causes serious physical and psychological harm to addicts, which costs them broken relationship with family and loss of career and direction. Operation Dawn has been putting much effort in helping drug addicts to break their addiction and gain a new life by means of the Gospel, the good news brought to us through Jesus Christ. Our sincere invitation to you all to come to our Open Day on Dawn Island to witness the life transformation our students experienced and their reconciliation with themselves and their families. We welcome members of the public, particularly the youth and young adults, to come and learn more about the hazard of substance abuse and the reassuring message of a drug-free life.


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Dawn Island Open Day 2019

Date: 12 October & 23 November (Saturdays)
Itinerary: 8:50 am Register at Sai Kung Pier
9:15 am Get on board
3:15 pm Return ferry takes off
4:00 pm Arrives at Sai Kung Pier
Programme: Worship, messages, life testimonies of former drug addict graduates, anti-drug game booths and island tour
Fee: HK$95 (including ferry fares)
Remarks: Please bring your own lunch and drinks.
Enquiry: 2714 2434 陳錦利小姐洽

* For reservation, please fill in the application form ,並傳真至2713 0124或電郵至openday@opdawn.org.hk,我們會盡早回覆。在收到申請表後,本會職員會致電聯絡申請者作口頭確認;並於開放日一個月前發出書面確認信及探訪須知。

Feedbacks from our former Open Day guests

Ms Chan: Even though it was very hot on that day, I greatly appreciated the effort that OD put in to make this day memorable. My kid and I amply enjoyed the sharing of by the drug rehabilitators, staff and pastors, and I am quite sure that my kid has already learned the harm of drug abuse. I am grateful to OD for setting aside such a wonderful day for us.

Visitor: I am glad to meet a former addict succeeded in kicking the drug habit on Dawn Island. Notwithstanding, he has suffered all sorts of hardships setbacks in order to achieve his drug-free status. May all the thanks, gratitude be to our God, who has done miracles on the dwellers of the Island. When I asked how the daily life on the island was in general, unexpectedly, one recovered addict replied, “absolutely fulfilling, God bless you!”

Cheng: I met a recovered addict, and he does not look like a former abuser at all.

Mei Qing: It’s very moving and touching during the message-sharing time.

Simon Kung: It is very encouraging to witness the success and prominence of Gospel Rehabilitation on Dawn Island.

Caroline Ting: I now have a better understanding of Operation Dawn and how life is transformed.

Man Ho: It is very inspiring to listen to recovered addicts’ triumphant stories over drugs. I also enjoyed touring the island very much indeed.

Ah Ying: I now know that it is the power of God which makes the impossible possible – keeping the recovered addicts away from illegal drugs.

King Fung: The form drug abusers shared their painful rehab experience with stark candor.