Recycling & Upcycling
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The Chief Project collects and upcycles leftover fabric yardagesfrom professional cotton fabric manufacturers, giving them asecond life as different kind of reusable fabric daily productsthrough the hands of local women labour organisations. By doing this we:Prevent manufacturers from disposing large amounts of highquality fabric, in turn relieving wastage p
Area of FocusChildren & YouthPart-time / Full-time MotherEnvironmental Protection & Sustainable DevelopmentObjectivesBeneficial to the environment: extending fresh flowers' lives and valuesSupporting the disadvantaged groups: helping the disadvantaged mothers for re-employmentHealing: releasing our stress through floral designSocial ProblemsFresh
BBazaar is a subordinated Social Enterprise under The Boys' Brigade Hong Kong since 2018. We bring together independent handicraft workshops and liaising graphic and product design services.Aiming at nurturing underprivileged youngsters talented in art and design, we provide job opportunities and on-the-job training to facilitate their ability and skills
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) was selected by the Hong Kong SAR Government to transform the heritage site, in Hong Kong's New Territories, into a "Green Hub for Sustainable Living" under Batch II of the "Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme".The Green Hub has reimagined the Old Tai Po Police Station, a
Flappyland is a co-working platform of an global eco Art campaign. It is a campaign to encourage people to participate by doing what they are talented and contribute to our campaign instead of ordinary eco campaign requires everyone to do the same thing at the same time such as picking trash on the beach. We aim to promote image of Eco campaign as fascinatin
We are O2O pre-loved fashion platform with physical store in Kwun Tong. We provide service to owners to offload their closet and create value to their clothing and apparels which are left idle. At the same time, we seek to reconstruct the second-hand culture in Hong Kong and engage more people, particularly the younger generation, in adopting the recycle and
Green Ladies is the first social eco enterprise operated by consignment model in Hong Kong. Established in 2008, Green Ladies has been promoting eco-friendly habits and middle-aged ladies employment. Through collection of high quality fashion and accessories, we promote secondhand clothing for sustainable use of resources.