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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
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',
The project aims at creating job opportunities to people with disabilities. Through practicing at real work setting, their job skill and ability are further enhanced so as to increase self-confidence in open employment . Moreover, the general public can have more understanding and acceptance of them through the interaction.
Hong Kong Health Care Alliance is the first social enterprise specializing in healthcare marketing and communication, event management, medical PR service in Hong Kong. Our social objective is to create job opportunity to cancer rehabilitants and caretaker of cancer patient, not only generating income to cancer patient, but also bringing them back to society
iBakery is a social enterprise operated by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. We produce bakery products such as cookies and western desserts, our products are free from artificial additives to ensures our customers enjoy safe and quality bakery products. iBakery was accredited for ISO22000 Food Safety Management System in September 2011, it has further demo
New Home Association (NHA) is founded in June 2010 and now provides a comprehensive range of services in Hong Kong and the Mainland. We are a non-government charitable organization dedicated to providing one-stop professional social services for new arrivals from the Mainland, ethnic minorities, and the disadvantaged in Hong Kong. We aim at enabling th