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Fantastic Café aims at employing under privilege women (including women with low education level, new immigrants etc.) and unemployed persons. Except providing job opportunities, we provide on job training as well, in order to enhance and improve our employees in skills and attitude for getting into normal labour market.
Gingko Moment is a western restaurant offers a range of time tested traditional favourites, many guests come for our nightly live folk band performances. Established in 2003, Gingko House is one of the major social enterprise icons in Hong Kong. Famous for pioneering senior employment within the restaurant industry, Gingko house has also diversified it
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.
La Parole means “The Word” in French, and in La Parole Restaurant, this name tells you the beautiful story behind it. La Parole is owned by Confiserie Benji Limited, known as a successful Social Enterprise and was titled by the Government of the HKSAR at the Social Summit in December 2007. Every dollar you spend in La Parole, after de
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.
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
Deaf cafeteria was established by the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf in 1995. It is the first restaurant in Hong Kong that is operated by the hearing impaired and is located at the Lions Nature Education Centre in Tsiu Hang, Sai Kung. The cafeteria aims to provide training and job opportunities to the deaf. The message behind of its Chinese name is to procla