On-the-job Training for Physically Disabled
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Create job opportunities to initellectual disability which let them enjoy same treatment and welfare as others; promote social inclusion in working environment; and to gain reasonable profit for maintaining and developing our business for ensuring empolyment to them as well as promoting quality cleaning services.
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
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.
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.
Take A Break Catering Service is a social enterprise of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. It provides a wide range of job varieties for people with disabilities to be trained up and to be employed. Restaurant, catering service for schools, custom made services such as birthday parties and cocktail parties etc can be served.
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