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The Intellectually Disabled Education and Advocacy League

IDEAL was formed by a group of people with mental disabilities, their parents and volunteers in 1989 and was registered as a charity organization in 1991. Aiming at our objectives and in the spirit of “Give and Take”, we all work together actively for the people with mental disabilities.

The Association of Parents of Severely Mentally Handiicapped

(Chines ONLY)


丙﹒支援嚴重智障人士家長 。

Against Child Abuse Association

To promote a caring and non-violent environment for the optimal growth and development of our children.

Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd.

KMB has a proud tradition of community service in support of the young, the elderly, the disabled and others in need, sponsoring events organised by the Government and charities, as well as encouraging staff to participate in a variety of voluntary activities.

Haven of Hope Hostel for Disabled

Hostel for Disabled Haven of Hope is to provide respite residential service and long-term accommodation service for disabled persons who lack adequate daily living skills to live independently in the community.

Taiwan Foundation for Rare Disorders (TFRD)

Tel : 886-2-2521-0717
Fax : 886-2-2567-3560"

Hong Kong Christian Service Pui Oi School

(Chinese ONLY)我們深信肢體傷殘兒童有接受教育的權利。他們受身體的弱能所限制,需要和潛能往往被忽視。本校為他們提供適切的教育和訓練,充分發展他們的潛能,培育他們自我照顧、獨立生活及適應社會的能力。

The Nest Coffee Shop

How could we involve our students more in the community we were asking ourselves? Then came the idea of opening a coffee shop which would benefit not only our students but the community too.

Hong Kong Cancer Fund

Hong Kong Cancer Fund is Hong Kong's largest cancer support organisation, providing free information and professional support to anyone living with or affected by cancer. Our goal is to make life better for people touched by cancer.

The Child Development Centre

Established 35 years ago, the Child Development Centre at Matilda (CDC) is a non-profit charitable organization, partially subsidised by the Social Welfare Department.


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