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iBakery Pop Up Stores sell products such as preservative-free cookies and cakes. All products are handmade by our employees with disabilities at iBakery Production and Training Centre. We aim to promote social inclusion and provide high quality products to different communities in Hong Kong.
iBakery, a social enterprise under the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. We train and hire people with disabilities, and feed Hong Kong with a delicious menu at the same time.We have our own baking factory, bakery, cookie shops, restaurant and snack kiosks. We hope to make all these aspects of us self-sustainable, while spreading fine aroma and great taste everyw
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) was selected by the Hong Kong SAR Government to transform the heritage site, in Hong Kong's New Territories, into a "Green Hub for Sustainable Living" under Batch II of the "Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme".The Green Hub has reimagined the Old Tai Po Police Station, a
Located in Hing Man Estate, “甦爐” aims to provide employment and training opportunities for young ex-offenders by giving them training opportunities and real job placements, as well as serving the residents a variety of delicious and freshly-baked goods pastries. Corporate bulk purchases are also welcomed.
Established in January 2016, U Deli is dedicated to not only serve the students and staff of the Education University of Hong Kong with quality catering service, but also to provide job and training opportunities for people with disabilities, promoting the idea of inclusiveness in the university campus.
Hong Chi Social Enterprise Office is dedicated to provide training opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities under various self-finance social enterprise projects since 1999. With the on-job training in these real business settings, trainees can explore their own interests, establish self-value and enhance their competiveness in the society. Th