The aim of Hodari Steering Committee is to promote the human, cultural and spiritual growth of the person through educational, socio-educational and cultural activities aimed at students/youngsters, from primary schools to high schools and courses for their families, in the specific dimension of extracurricular and extra-familiar leisure time, in order to raise their quality of life, increase human virtues and enrich the spiritual dimension of the members, on the basis of a personalized educational project.
Families, by allying themselves with each other, find in Hodari a way to dedicate time to the formation and growth of their children and themselves. Thus, the Club becomes a possible response to support families and their responsibility in the education of their children in the current social context.
Hodari has a number of activities lined up for the year including get-togethers, excursions, seminars and many more …
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Hodari has been a place where young boys chartering their path to manhood meet, discuss and are moulded into responsible young men. This is us!
MEMBERSHIP & MENTORSHIP
A student need not be a member to take part in Hodari activities. However those who sign up for membership are entitled to benefits such as discounts on all activities, Hodari book library subscription, a membership card, Hodari memorabilia, birthdays of the month celebrations, etc.
The aim of the Character Formation Program is to give all Hodari members the practical, intellectual and moral foundation to be men of character.
A Study Weekend is a Hodari Club activity organize with the aim of helping high school boys (& especially those who go frequently attend Hodari activities) prepare for their exams by providing them with a conducive atmosphere for study
The Spiritual guidance at the club is entrusted to Opus Dei. Their main message is that everyone is called to be a heroic saint and that ordinary activities like study and sports are occasions to grow closer to God, serve others, and improve society.
We aspire to become a family club where parents – especially fathers – are actively involved in the maturing of their sons and in the development of the club.