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We have sponsored by CFSC in 2018 for the HKJC 50+ startup programme to provide accompany walking service to stay alone underprivileged elders via the NGOs’ referral either in individual basis or in small groups.In July, 2020 we have started another programme called "Repairs Givers" to stay alone or dual elders via NGOs' referrals.
We provide services for children with autism from 3 to 18 years old. More than 1,500 children have been served, and their social and communication skills have been significantly improved. Through professional assessment, treatment, counseling and community education, and the application of innovative technologies to help autistic children and their parents u
There is a total of 19 Cheers Gallery, with 12 of them operating in public hospital and the rest operating in community. They provide sophisticated retail services of rehab products and convenience stores, especially to patients and their family, visitors and hospital staff. Cheers Gallery offers vocational training and opens job opportuniti
iBakery Café is conveniently located in Wan Chai business district. We are happy to serve customers with fresh quality bakery products, coffee and healthy MSG-free meals. All quality bakery products, including bread, cakes, cookies and dessert are freshly made in our bakery factory at Kennedy Town.
so330 is a cafe featuring healthy food menu and mindful eating concept; Besides F&B service, it is also a well-being hub providing mental health workshops to the public and an inclusive coffee academy offering " Caring Barista Program", combining barista skills training, mental health knowledge and social inclusion opportunities, to people with
Both the leather and footwear industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Virgin leather processing produces tannery effluents that are toxic and harmful to our waters, whilst the waste produces often involves sulphide, ammonia and other volatile compounds.With over 50 years of experiences in footwear manufacturing and trading, we want to
The Toy industry is the most plastic-intensive industries in the world, producing over USD 22b worth of toys each year. Due to its short life span and mostly not recyclable, 80% end up in our landfills. By promoting a circular economy for families to share toys and children's equipment, it can reduce the use of plastics, carbon emission but most of all,