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farmfresh330 is a social enterprise run by New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. It is a chain of healthy living specialty shops selling organic veggies harvested fresh from New Life farm, organic meat and diversified range of health food & eco-friendly products. We endeavor to promote the concept of wellness of body, mind & spirit. We als
TI Farm is a social enterprise operated by hydroponic cultivation technology under SRACP. It aims to provide training and employment opportunities for Person in Recovery (PIRs). With the active participation in the cultivation process and leading guided tour, community could understand and feel the results of their efforts and output.
Project Dignity Hong Kong (PDHK) is a new set-up, 100% owned by Project Dignity Pte. Ltd. (PDSG), a sustainable Social Enterprise based in Singapore. Like its parent company, PDHK is an all-in-one platform to engage in positive impact through local cuisine. The company offers a range of unique experiences to do good through food from culinary courses and tea
Free Guider launched www.freeguider.com and the mobile app "Accessible Life HK" in 2014, allowing wheelchair users and people with different needs to access a wealth of accessibility information for outings. In 2017, Free Guider was certified by SIE Fund to support the development of accessible mobile apps. Covering over 800 attracti
With the provision of comprehensive rehabilitation products and professional advice from the health sector, patients can soon recover much better. The shops are operated and managed by disabled people. They are given the opportunities to help and care for the patients and bring out the spirit of mutual help.
We provide an equal art platform to enable people with different abilities to unleash their talents, earn remuneration with dignity and contribute to the society. Members include people with different experiences such as the visually impaired, physically or mildly mentally disabled, autistic and ex-mentally ill persons. Theatre in the Dark was fo