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Employment for Ex-mentally ill
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T.CafeT.Cafe is located at T.Park, the Hong Kong's first self-sustained sludge treatment facility. It is a self-service cafe which provides healthy light refreshment and vegetarian choices with the aim to promote environmental protection, food wise culture, reduction of food waste and carbon footprint.
cafe330 (Kwong Wah Hospital)cafe330(KWH) commenced business on 20 April 2020. The new cafe is located at 2/F staff canteen, aiming at serving staff of Kwong Wah Hospital with premium coffee and healthy meals and enhancing customers experience on well-being through various kinds of workshops. This new café is particularly appealing for PIR who are being trained for its high acces
Delight Catering (Outside Catering Service)Delight Catering strives to provide the best party food services and gained public recognition among government departments, community parties, educational institutions and business sectors. With services such as tailor-made menu, vegetarian food and use of organic ingredients complete our mission on promotion of healthy eating to the general public.
"Cheers Gallery" Kwong Wah Hospital Rehab LinksThere is a total of 21 Cheers Gallery, with 14 of them operating in public hospital and the 7 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 opportunities to th
Good Harvest Maintenance ServicesGood 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,
"Cheers Gallery" Rehab Links at Hip Wo StreetThere is a total of 21 Cheers Gallery, with 14 of them operating in public hospital and the 7 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 opportunities to th
- Convenience Store and Retail Store
- Elderly Products
- Rehabilitation Product
- Kwun Tong
- Accept AlipayHK Payment
- Accept Octopus Payment
- Accept Tap & Go Payment
- Accept WeChat Pay HK Payment
- Disability Inclusion
- Employment for Ex-mentally ill
- Employment for Physically Disabled
- Hospitalized Patient
- Rehabilitation Supplies
- SE Gift Certificate