We envision a community being knowledgeable and responsible in their daily life and inspire others to do the same. We take an active role in what our key stakeholders concern most and extend to the neighbourhood that we operate business.
Established in 1965, New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association has grown to a leading non-governmental organization specializing in mental health, making positive changes to the service development in Hong Kong with the support from different stakeholders.
Established in 1966, the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council (the Welfare Council) has been providing multifaceted services to individuals across all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds in line with its service philosophy, “Personalised Service, Holistic Care”, to “Transform Lives” so they may be “Lived in Abundance”. With over 200 service units and member agencies across the territory, in Macau and Guangzhou, the Welfare Council has established a comprehensive and close-knit service network. As a branch of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, the Welfare Council walks in the footsteps of the Son of Peace, working hand in hand with churches and schools to deliver love and care to the local community, and to reach out to international communities in a collective effort to build a loving society.
The Group joined the groundbreaking ceremony of the United Court Transitional Housing project organised by the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council. It is much honoured to see the new progress of the United Court project.
Serenity Funeral Company Limited is a non-profit organization, promoting death education. They encourage people to think positively about the departure of life and get prepared.
Allergy, including asthma, eczema, rhinitis and anaphylaxis, is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in Hong Kong. Some of our staff members experience allergies and understand the impact of allergy to daily living. Allergy HK organises free public talks on various allergy topic at different locations and provides support for the allergy community. We join Allergy HK to promote public awareness about allergy in the city.
Rechargeable batteries make your mobile phones, notebook computers, digital cameras and electronic game sets run. While they contain materials that can be hazardous to people and the environment, they also contain valuable materials that can be recovered for use in other products, such as magnetic alloy and stainless steel. The best solution is to recover the batteries and recycle them. As a retail operator in prime districts, we are glad to offer collection space for onward safe disposal and valuable recovery.
St. James’ Settlement is a diversified non-governmental social welfare organization, founded by the Rt. Rev. Bishop R.O. Hall of the Anglican Church in 1949. The organization is dedicated to providing a vast range of high quality services for people of different ages and needs, including children, teenagers, families, the homeless, the elderly and the mentally challenged. It promotes self-reliance and harmony in the community. With the headquarters located at Stone Nullah Lane, the organization has been supporting the community over the years and has been further expanded the scope of services in Kowloon and the New Territories. To date, there are 64 service points across Hong Kong, the attendance of services is more than 3.3 million.
Our staff members join St. James' Settlement in Volunteer Service.
Asia Society Hong Kong Center is an affiliate of Asia Society, which is a leading educational organisation dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among people, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States across the fields of arts, business, culture, education and policy. Asia Society Hong Kong Center offers a broad variety of programmes in the form of lectures, performances, film screenings and exhibitions to the community.