On-the-job Training for Physically Disabled
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HULU Culture is a Hong Kong non-profit organisation to promote local culture, and we pay keen and dedicated attention to encourage a diversified development of local culture. We believe that through the participation and sharing of people from different social strata, through a convergence of the community, and through the provision of opportunities for peop
Hong Yung Services Limited (a social enterprise set up by Fu Hong Society ). The Café is funded by 'Enhancing Employment of People with Disabilities through Small Enterprise' Project of Social Welfare Department. The theme of the café is to review Food Cultural of Old Hong Kong through the old Hong Kong style interior design and food. E
Founded by a group of dedicated disabled professionals in 1995, the Hong Kong Rehabilitation Power ("HKRP") is a non-profit and charitable rehabilitation organization strives to advance the welfare of handicapped persons, individuals with chronic illnesses and the ex-mentally ill people, now serving over two thousand people in Hong Kong.
iBakery, a social enterprise under the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. We train and hire people with disabilities, and feed Hong Kong with a delicious menu at the same time.We have our own baking factory, bakery, cookie shops, restaurant and snack kiosks. We hope to make all these aspects of us self-sustainable, while spreading fine aroma and great taste everyw