Lunch Club Hotmeal Canteen
Funded by The French Chamber Foundation in 2015 and partnered with Food Angel, Lunch Club Hotmeal Canteens were setup in Wan Chai, Mong Kok, Tsuen Wan to serve hot meal to low-income employees; aiming to improve their competitiveness and income.。
Funded by CLP Group since 2011, Hotmeal Canteen was setup in Cheung Sha Wan serving nutrition meals to elderlies, new immigrants, and single parent families at a cost of 10 dollars.
Kiddy Heart Canteen
Funded by Keswick Foundation since 2015, and Leung Chik Wai Trust Fund since September 2017. Maxim’s Caterers started to sponsor nutrition meals since 2013. Hotmeal Canteens were setup in Tsuen Wan, Kwai Chung, Ngau Chi Wan, and Shau Kei Wan serving nutrition meals to primary school students who receive full/half grant from Textbook Allowance (TA) Scheme and their immediate family members at a cost of 10 dollars. Focus on helping children development (mainly involved art, game, and music), providing family supports and home visiting, etc. to reduce risk of intergenerational poverty.
Joyful Family Canteen
Funded by Standard Chartered Hong Kong 150th Anniversary Community Foundation since 2016, Evening Hotmeal Canteens were setup in Tai Kok Tsui, Hung Hom, To Kwa Wan, Yau Ma Tei serving nutrition meal to primary school students who receive full grant from Textbook Allowance (TA) Scheme and their immediate family member (to shared room residents mainly) at a cost of 10 dollars, homework assistant, children development activity, family support activity, after-school activity, individual case and home visit, etc.
Cha Kwo Ling Community Canteen
Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.M. Wong since 2016, hotmeals are serving at a cost of 10 dollars in the evening, workshops and group activities are held after dinner hoping to enhance neighborhood relationship in the community.
Jardine - MINDSET Job Placement Programme
The Jardine Ambassadors holds multivariate occupational programme to mental health recoverees, includes job training, technical training workshop, and companies visit. In the 10 years since the launched of the programme has always been widely welcomed by our student members. Jardine also offers job opportunities to referred recoverees provides on-the-job training to help with the transition.
BCT - Career Coaching Programme for the Youth
Volunteers of BCT provides a series of pre-job and on-the-job training programme to mental health recovered teens, include company visits, interview talks, mock interviews, and work placements to enhance their confidence and improve their work skills and experience to increase chance of hire. Many teens were given job offered by BCT after work placement was completed.
A.S. Watson Group - Ethnic Minority Project
9-months work placement opportunity is offered to minority teens in the retail shops in A.S. Watson Group. The project has a comprehensive promotion ladder, allows placement student to learn in different positions. The goal of this project is to equip their ability to promote to management professionals.
The Excelsior - "Career Start" Mental Health Recoveree Occupational Training Scheme 2017
The Excelsior has created total of five new positions in varies departments, targets to offer to mental health recoverees whose would like to re-enter the workforce but have been unemployed for a long time. Training will be given to them on-the-job and the quantity of works will be increased in a progressive form, allowing them to better adapt. The scheme objective is to enhance their work skills and confidence in 6 months and ready to be employed after the training is completed.