Employment for Physically Disabled
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Design Studio MZ+MM is a local-based work integration social enterprise in Hong Kong, which provides graphic design services. Our designers include hearing designers and the People of Differences (PoDs). We actively promote Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) among corporates as well as in society. We aim at providing opportunities for PoDs to co-crea
The Mosi Design Limited is a people-oriented design studio whose philosophy is derived from the Cantonese slang “mo si mo si,” which means no worries. We harness the power of design to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.In addition to designing and selling our own brand products, our social enterprise also helps companies
Chip In Fish & Chips was founded in 2012. The name 'Chip In' means 'Contribute by your means'. Our mission is to boost Green & Food Safety values into traditional British Fish & Chips, turning it into 'Quality Fast Food' and offer to the community. We are also committed to employment opportunities for disadvantaged groups.
Beyond Classroom: Own Your Future is a program created to fulfill the transferrable and technical skill lessons that current educational system lacks. Providing a holistic equity knowledge, experience and training program to children from low-income family is what we strive for.Our program embodies all the elements to have a better future. After children fin
Silent World (SWCL)" is the company in Hong Kong that is led by people with disabilities and aims to expand into international markets.We focus on B2B or B2G business and provide visual production services such as graphic design, comic creation, multimedia production, product design, and social responsibility projects (Pro Bono services) for clients and
There is a total of 20 Cheers Gallery, with 14 of them operating in public hospital and the 6 operating in community. They provide sophisticated retail services of rehab products and convenience stores, especially to patients and their family, visitors and hospital staff. Cheers Gallery offers vocational training and opens job opportuni
SEPD and the Loving Home Foundation have joined hands and launched the not-for-profit convenience store at Jat Min Chuen Shatin. It is a pioneering shop employing PWDs to operate the store. While Home Market is fulfilling the needs of underprivileged families for affordable food and daily necessities, employment opportunities are created for PWDs, enabling t
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.