Welcome to Dignity Outreach

 

We provide end-to-end planning for all our corporate-friendly experiences. Designed to allow you to bond with colleagues in a meaningful, heartwarming environment and at the same time engage in impact.

We combine our passion for hawker food and the power of engaging the community to bring you uniquely hawker experiences. Held at Dignity KitchenTM, our hawker-focused and non-hawker programmes encourage interaction with Hong Kong’s marginalised and double as a platform for corporate bonding and CSR, learning about workplace inclusion, social entrepreneurship and innovation.

HAWKER FOR A DAY

DATE/DAY: Monday to Saturday  

DURATION: 4 hours 

MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS PER STALL: 5 pax 

Maximum: 35 pax; min. 3 stalls  

OBJECTIVES: To appreciate the challenges of the disabled and disadvantaged manning the hawker stall and experience a day in the life of a hawker. The outcome is to understand that disability is not permanent, once a skill is acquired, they can be empowered. Participants will be divided into teams and attached to each stall. Each team would consist of 2-5 participants.  

1. Claypot Rice 

2. Laksa 

3. Chicken Rice 

4. Bak Chor Mee 

5. Drinks: nanyang kopi 

6. Rojak 

7. Nasi Lemak & Curry Chicken

8. Dessert: pandan chiffon cake, cookies, muffins 

 

The programme timeline will be as follows:  

9:00 am – Arrival of participants 
9:00 am to 9:15 am – Start of Briefing Food Hygiene Safety + Team allocation + Assigning of stalls to teams 
9:00 am to 11.30 am – Cooking and tasting of meals (Participants can have their lunch at this juncture or have their meals following the end of the event) 
11:30 am to 11:50 am – Briefing Participants Lunch Treat for the Elderly folks (to brief the participants so that they will know what to expect and do when the elderly folks arrive.) 
12:00 pm – Arrival of Elderly (Those who are not involved in cooking of meals would assist to fetch the elderly from the care centre /drop off point and would be taking the respective meal orders) 
12:00 pm to 1:00pm – Serving of meals and interacting with the elderly folks 
1:00 pm – Departure of the Elderly folks 
1:00 pm to 1.30 pm – Debrief session 

 

NOTE:  

1. Dress code: Long pants/jeans, Comfortable T-shirt, Covered shoes, Hair Tie (for participants with long hair) 

2. Participants will be provided with disposable hats and aprons  

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Meaningful team bonding activities

(Re)discover heritage culture & engage with the community at Dignity Kitchen

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COOK, BAKE & Serve

(Cooking session)
 

DATE/DAY: ANY WEEKDAY 


DURATION: 4h

MIN NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Max.10 pax

OBJECTIVE: Learn to cook/bake from differently abled hawkers. Be wow by their abilities and view them with a different perspective. 

   

Participants will cook/bake two items from any stalls.  

 

PROGRAMME TIMELINE (SAMPLE ITINERARY): 

9:00am to 9:15am - Arrival of Participants (inclusive of buffer time) 

9:15am to 9:30am – Briefing on the program to participants + team allocation 

9:30am to 11:00am – Start of Cook, Bake & Serve 

11:00am to 11:15am – Break and briefing on serving of elderly 
11:15am to 12:30pm – Arrival of elderly and participants to serve the elderly their meals 
12:30pm to 1:45pm – Departure of elderly follow by lunch for participants. Our Founder Mr Koh will give a sharing on Project Dignity 

1:45pm to 2:00pm – Debrief and departure of participants 

 

ADDITIONAL NOTES:  

1. Dress code: Long pants/jeans, Comfortable T-shirt, Covered shoes, Hair Tie (for participants with long hair) 

2. All sessions will be supervised by stall managers and ingredients will be provided. 

3. Participants will be provided with disposable hairnets, aprons and disposable gloves 

 
 
 
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WORKING WITH DISABILITy

DATE/DAY: ANY WEEKDAY


DURATION: 3h 

MIN NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 10 pax (up to 30) 

OBJECTIVE: To understand the challenges of the disabled/disadvantaged through interactive games and to change perception and view them as equal.

  

Station 1 – Dessert Art. The team will decorate a serving of bubur hitam (black glutinous rice porridge) dessert using coconut milk with guidance from an intellectually challenged.  

Station 2 – Roller Coaster Marbles. The team will work with an individual who has partial paralysis to balance a marble on a cord cover. 

Station 3 – Sign Language. The team will learn how to sign their names using international sign language from an individual who is hearing impaired. 

Station 4 – Serve on Wheels. Participants will get to experience serving on a wheelchair. 

 

PROGRAMME TIMELINE (SAMPLE ITINERARY): 

9:00am to 9:15am - Arrival of Participants (includes buffer time) 

9:15am to 9:30am – Briefing on the stations to participants + Team allocation (Participants will be divided into 4 teams) 

9:30am to 11:00am – Start of programme 

11:00am to 11:15am – Break and briefing on serving of elderly 
11:15am to 12:30pm – Arrival of elderly and participants to serve the elderly their meals 
12:30pm to 1:45pm – Departure of elderly follow by lunch for participants. Sharing on Project Dignity 

1:45pm to 2:00pm – Debrief and departure of participants 

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LEARNING JOURNEY

OBJECTIVE: To increase awareness and encourage learning through interaction with our trainees who are differently-abled and serve the community.

DETAILS: invite participants to have a tour at Dignity Kitchen, volunteer in the Lunch Treat and learn from differently-abled people.  

 

PAY IT FORWARD

As simple as buying an extra meal after your order, you can provide a meal for the hardworking street cleaners and "cardboard" elderly in Mong Kok. 

THE BENTO BOXES PROJECT
Together with our generous sponsors and partnered organizations, DK prepares, packs and delivers meals to street-sleepers, low-income groups and minorities.