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With the hope of helping the poor to learn a skill to earn their living and not to rely on the support from others, we have launched the handmade soap and other handicrafts project. First, we build up the self-confidence of our service targets; their successes in turn become examples to others. What Metta offers to the poor is a skill for life so that they c
Lin Heung House is a place for the public to get a brand-new scent-making experience with their bare hands and 5 senses. We hope to promote the appreciation of nature and cultural diversity with a mission to build a more harmonious community. Local ethnic minority groups will join us to develop new products and scent-making programs such as Masala Chai, Mosq
By operating the workshop, our women participants are offered opportunity to improve their organizational skill and leadership skills, enhancing their confidence while exploring their potential. The revenue generated is used for providing support to the families with financial difficulties.
The project aims to recruit the grassroots or middle-aged persons for food production by making use of the kitchens of six existing restaurants during non-peak hours. The food produced will be sold on-site. This project not only alleviates labour shortage of the restaurants and helps them develop new products and increase revenue, but also boosts the co
Haven of Hope Christian Service (Haven of Hope) was found on a barren upland by a group of foreign missionaries in 1950s. Formerly called Junk Bay Medical Relief Council, Have of Hope began by providing medical relief for refugees coming to Junk Bay (near Tseung Kwan O) from Mainland China to reside at Rennie’s Mill. The work of Haven of Hope quickly a
We are a social enterprise set up to support women who want to and need to work in a more flexible arrangement and home environment. In the 1960s, many Hong Kong women took work home to make extra money whilst they looked after their children and elderlies. These opportunities are rare in modern Hong Kong. The products LBA designed are mainly items tha
KaCaMa Design Lab is a Hong Kong-based product designers who specializes in reusing post-consumer waste materials. They hope their product not only can delight people’s lives and instill eco-awareness in its users, but also can establish contact with local enterprises, handcraft men and local cultures.