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Through retail bookshops, we hope to provide lifestyle products to customers, including books and stationery; support fair trade, respect local culture, encourage creative design, practice 'Walk for a good life' through daily consumption and service different customers and groups.
Good Harvest Maintenance Services will provide persons recovered from mental illness and ex-offenders with relevant training to help them become qualified electrical technicians and craftsmen under the Qualifications Framework, thus enhancing their competitiveness in the job market and chances of integration into the society.During the training period,
Trial and Error Lab is a new form of vocational service launched by Breakthrough, which aims at young people who aspire to join the local cultural and creative industry. By means of a co-working space, training workshops and other creative programmes, we walk along young people (16-35 years old, particularly those who are less academically inclined
Home Market is a pioneering poverty relief project that comprises achain of not-for-profit convenience stores selling food and daily necessities at prices close to the costs to underprivileged people. Launched by the Henderson Land Group’s Vice Chairman Mr Lee Ka Kit in May 2012, and supported by Lee Shau Kee Foundation as the founding main sponsor. Ou
WashEasy Dishware Cleaning Service was set up in 2015 with grant sponsored by Social Welfare Department's "Enchancing Employment of People with Disabilities through Small Enterprise" project. "WashEasy" provides efficient, reliable and high quality dishware washing services for clients including homes, schools NGOs, Western and Chines
SEPD and the Loving Home Foundation have joined hands and launched thenot-for-profit convenience store at Jat Min Chuen Shatin. It is a pioneering shopemploying PWDs to operate the store. While Home Market is fulfilling the needs ofunderprivileged families for affordable food and daily necessities, employmentopportunities are created for PWDs, enabling them
We provide educating activities and workshop for letting public experience and explore the Hong Kong unique history of mining as well as its human value .in the following four main streams:1.Exploring the Industrial Heritage of Ma On Shan2.Explore the mine heritage village3.Religious heritage - Explore the religious heritage of the mining village4.
Our ultimate goal is to provide a 'healthy community' and 'fruitful life with dignity among elders'. We put efforts on strengthening elderly's concept on health care and health management for their establishment of a healthy living style, and to motivate the elders and their family members to maintain good 'body', 'mind',
Life Story is set up by ELCSS in 2005. Social workers would support service users on life-reviewing and sketching their own life story, so as to rebuild meaning of life as well as lower their regret; recent;y, ELCSS promote trainings in both Life Story and Elderly Liberal Studies programs.