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Le Fournil is a caring company. Our CEO with an artisan team of pastry chefs and bakers devote time and attention in training the socially vulnerable youth in Hong Kong. To us, this is a life-changing programme and a new path for those youth in need. To have a chance at a new start as a professional in the hospitality industry.
Mustard Seed Services Limited was established by St. James’ Settlement and funded by ‘Enhancing Employment of People with Disabilities Through Small Enterprise’ Project of Social Welfare Department (Rehabilitation). It has a mission to enhance the employment of people with disabilities in Hong Kong by providing training and employment oppor
One café commenced its business at Castel Peak Hospital in 2013. It offers light refreshments and drinks to hospital staff and visitors. Food and drinks selection include sandwiches, cakes, snacks, coffee, healthy drinks, etc. The grab-and-go service fits in with the busy life of hospital staff and provides convenience to visitors.
We target on providing on-job training and job opportunities to low-educated, low-technique, unemployed or even retired women and youths to work in our Fantistic Ladies Café, as a platform for them to enjoy mutual help spirit and help to solve their economic stress.
iBakery Production and Training Centre is a social enterprise of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. Our production bay is to support cookie retail business of iBakery. In line with all iBakery outlets, the Centre is to foster our belief in social inclusion “Different Abilities, One Passion” through training and employing people with different abil
“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