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The Above and Beyond Education, the first social enterprise of education center on positive education in Hong Kong, was founded in 2014 in Sham Shui Po. We borrow and localize the best practices of positive education from all around the world. We dedicate to promote scientific-based social-emotional learning / positive psychology through services such as aft
In 2013, Light Be successfully launched Light Home and started renting apartments from different landlords to sublease the property to the less privileged at an affordable rent. This unprecedented service had drawn the attention of the landlords swiftly; they willingly offer their apartments for a term of years as Light Home in the form of philanthropic inve
Teach4HK project recruits outstanding university students as fellows to serve full time in schools with underprivileged students throughout a 1-year programme in teaching and leadership training. It also nurtures these fellows to become leaders with empathy, who will thrive in various fields and continue to contribute to education.
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
Strings Donations is a governmental funded project. We are a social enterprise that supporting low-income students to learn string instruments by operating in purchasing, maintaining, renovating and selling string instruments, including classical guitar, folk-music guitar, electric guitar, violin, viola and cello.
Joy Sports Club, a Sensory Motor Exercise Training Center, founded in 2011, is specialized in providing sensory motor exercise and training to children with attention deficit learning difficulties and sensory proccssing disorder. We aim at enhancing children's sensory motor skills for them to integrate into normal school life. The revenues generated from