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By operating the workshop, our women participants are offered opportunity to improve their organizational skill and leadership skills, enhancing their confidence while exploring their potential. The revenue generated is used for providing support to the families with financial difficulties.
In 2003, Hong Kong Goverment launched the hundred-milliondollar "Tourism Development Assistant" and "Positive Life" Schemes with a view to alleviating the unemploymed youths of weak education background and colleges' fresh graduates.Founder of Ho Ho Go Experience was the HKCSS Project Officer coordinating these schemes. To-day, the yo
MakerBay is the first large-scale makerspace in Hong Kong, it provides a platform with space, tools, equipment for the innovative and creative community to turn their ideas into reality. We also provide maker education to schools as well as general public who would like to learn a new skill.MakerBay is also one of the few makerspaces in Asia focusing on crea
Hong Kong Fair Trade Power (HKFTP) is a social enterprise established in 2005, with a mission to advocate fair trade in Hong Kong. We are solely owned by the non-profit organization “Fair Trade Power”, which is led by a managing board.We adhere to the principles of transparency and accountability in operation, promote fair trade products, and str
Bizzie Bee is a fundraising tool and social venture initiative of the Lizzie Bee Foundation Ltd (LBF), a registered Hong Kong charity. LBF was founded to help create a world where art can bring people together, enable social impact, and enrich communities; regardless of socio-economic or educational background. 100% of the profits will fund more art workshop
Haven of Hope Christian Service (Haven of Hope) was found on a barren upland by a group of foreign missionaries in 1950s. Formerly called Junk Bay Medical Relief Council, Have of Hope began by providing medical relief for refugees coming to Junk Bay (near Tseung Kwan O) from Mainland China to reside at Rennie’s Mill. The work of Haven of Hope quickly a
We are a social enterprise set up to support women who want to and need to work in a more flexible arrangement and home environment. In the 1960s, many Hong Kong women took work home to make extra money whilst they looked after their children and elderlies. These opportunities are rare in modern Hong Kong. The products LBA designed are mainly items tha