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HULU Culture is a Hong Kong non-profit organisation to promote local culture, and we pay keen and dedicated attention to encourage a diversified development of local culture. We believe that through the participation and sharing of people from different social strata, through a convergence of the community, and through the provision of opportunities for peop
Besides of incresing job opportunities, when we work in organising domestic helpers, we also add in ideas liked "Green" and "cooperative hub" into our targets, because we want to protect team's health as well as train them to be an independent workers and fight for their own rights.
The Community Medical Support Network (the Network), operated by Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council, provides medical and self-financing rehabilitation residential care services to the local community. The Network's Centre of Wellness (Kwun Tong, Central & Kowloon East) and H.K.S.K.H. Cyril and Amy Cheung Aged Care Complex serve as an one-stop
"Grace on Hands" is a newly set-up social enterprise to help to increase the incomeof the disadvantaged women and early retirees from underprivileged groups, who currently produce handicraft products as their interests. In order to enhance their self-esteem and life satisfaction, we would sell their products through online sales platform or other m
Hong Kong Blind Union is funded by the Enhancing Self-Reliance Through District Partnership Programme to set up a new social enterprise, WAFA – Web Access For All which provides accessible website training and consultancy service. “Web Access For All”not only promotes accessible digital technology enabling the disabled (including the visual
Hong Kong Blind Union was established in 1964. It is the first self-help group organized and managed by people with visual impairment. It aims at promoting the spirit of self-help and mutual-help as well as striving for equality, opportunities and independence for visually impaired persons.