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Coco Herbal Centre aims to provide sustainable training, employment and career development for the disadvantaged groups in Hong Kong including hearing-impaired individuals and equip them with professional Knowledge and competitiveness. The professional team of Coco Herbal Centre provides custom herbal hair treatment service to clients in different ages with
Family Stores is the retail arm of The Salvation Army. We operate as a fully functioning retail business and the supply of goods relies heavily on the generosity of the public. All profit from the sale of goods at Family Stores contributes to invaluable community programmes operated by The Salvation Army.
La Parole means “The Word” in French, and in La Parole Restaurant, this name tells you the beautiful story behind it. La Parole is owned by Confiserie Benji Limited, known as a successful Social Enterprise and was titled by the Government of the HKSAR at the Social Summit in December 2007. Every dollar you spend in La Parole, after de
U Deli HKU, established in February 2014, is a social enterprise operated by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. We are a take-away shop serving the students and staff of The University of Hong Kong. Our mission is to promote self reliance of people with disabilities by providing training and employment opportunities for them through the catering services.
“Different Abilities, One Passion”The iBakery team comprises people with different abilities but same passion to work. Over 50% of our employees are people with disabilities.“i” represents our mission to promote social inclusion and our belief – “I can do it”. Not only do our employees earn their living i
iBakery Gallery Cafe, a social enterprise operated by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, is to employ and train people with disabilities. Our enthusiastic team, comprising people with different abilities, is happy to serve you fresh quality food and transmit our passion through our artwork and greenery.
Located on the rooftop of Pier 8, Café 8 is a unique collaboration between the Hong Kong Maritime Museum and The Nesbitt Centre and creates a progressive environment for members of our society with learning disabilities. This social enterprise not only to provides employment opportunities to those with special needs, but enables them to