Sham Shui Po
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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
Longevity Design House (LDH) is the first social enterprise that leverages on recycling unwanted construction materials to small scale domestic renovation. LDH serves minimise the opportunity of domestic injured by providing a desirable and elderly friendly living environment.
We aim at helping addiction rehabilitants through social platform. By providing occupational training and job moral building, rehabilitants can adapt to working paces so as to re-engage in society. Our company, on the other hand, provide the motorcycle drivers with sales, maintenances and modification service in good quality. Afterall, to
To change the traditional setting of an elderly community support services into a mutual benefit's community support protection scheme; Able young retired elderly is recruited as volunteer caregiver to promote the community spirit of mutual help among the elderly and to enlarge their social net; Accrued service hours can exchange for future needs.
Fair Trade Hong Kong (FTHK) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes Fair Trade. We are commiteed to establishing a Fair Trade economy to ensure producers in the developing world can receive their fair share of income, alleviate poverty, reduce inequality and contribute to a sustainable future.
My Image Production is established by The Church of United Brethren in Chirst Social Service Division in 2014. We provide professional photography services as well as employ cordial teenagers as our photographer, which help them to gain working experience and explore their abilities.
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.