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Social Enterprise

“You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they can and should do for themselves.” —William J. H. Boetcker 

 

Equally important to the Welfare Council – in addition to providing support and solutions through its services – is empowering individuals to create better lives for themselves. That is what the Council’s social enterprises set out to do: to improve the skills, employability, and independence of disadvantaged women, unemployed young people, as well as persons with disabilities. 

 
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Good Kitchen

Staying true to its roots as a caring, eco-friendly and healthy eatery, the Good Kitchen Food factory provides varied meal services, including pre-packed lunchboxes, catering and festive products for schools, groups, organisations and the public. Take comfort in knowing that the Good Kitchen cares about the community as much as it does the environment by employing women from low-income families and retirees.

 

 

Tel: 2541 7031

Fax: 2752 7387

Email: gk@skhwc.org.hk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goodkitchen500

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PGR Fusion

As a workshop for ex-mentally ill members and members with intellectual disabilities from the Providence Garden for Rehab (PGR), the PGR Fusion helped members bring out “love” and “inclusiveness” through the preparation of food and beverages, baked goods and handicrafts. PGR Fusion also provided occupational training to help staff improve their skills, independence and employability. These included arranging for staff to undergo F&B training at the cafe. Both customers and employers alike commended the members' performance.

Please note Café Fusion will suspend business from 1 Nov 2018 due to construction. 

 

Tel: 3511 0831

Fax: 3511 0952

Email: pgrfusion@skhwc.org.hk

Website: http://pgr.skhwc.org.hk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pgrfusion

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Creative Spaces

Since 2003, the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Tung Chung Integrated Services has been tapping into the potential the community holds through the efficient manipulation of networks and resources. The creative spaces it provides enable residents to learn, and earn for themselves. 

 

  • The Rainbow Arts Corner: Formed by women in the district, they creates and sells varied leather, cloth and decorative products.
  • The Green Infinity Recycling Shop: The shop provides sales training and internship opportunities unemployed Tung Chung residents, while caters the daily needs of underprivileged residents in mind through the sale of affordable daily necessities and food.
  • The Azure Production Workshop: Members of the workshop offers stage performance, design services and stage and audio management for different organisations and corporations. Through various projects, members of the workshop can not only improve their skills, but also their moral values and life-planning skills.
  • B PLUS Balloon Art Service: Formed by women with professional balloon twisting training,  they provides services including selling balloon art, teaching their craft and providing decoration and balloon art services at events.

 

Tel: 2988 8084

Fax: 2988 8464

Email: tcis@skhwc.org.hk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hkskhczone/

 

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Grace On Hands

Grace On Hands, a social enterprise that combines training, employment and retail, empowers women who are interested in handmade creations to shape better futures for themselves. The women of Grace On Hands have been trained to make and sell four main categories of products, including leather goods, soap, knitted accessories and needlework. Their creations are sold through bazaars and consignment stores. Grace On Hands welcomes both individual and corporate orders.