1 October 2019 – 30 September 2022 (Three-years)
The project adopts “Community-Family-Welfare-Housing” collaboration model. The project aims to develop mutual support network and promote community participation to enable resident to build a harmonious community. Through mobilizing and training volunteers to become “Family Care Ambassadors”, they support the residents who will be moved to the new estate, Wui Chi House. Through regular home visits and various services/programmes, to help the residents’ better adjustment, as well as enhancing their sense of belonging in the new community.
- Community Info-spot and programmes: The Community Info-spot will be setup nearby the estate for reaching residents to promote the project. The community programmes aims to retain social relationship and heritage as well as extending to the new community. Hence, it fosters belongingness and cohesion of the community.
- “Family Care Ambassadors”: The well-trained volunteers become “Family Care Ambassadors” to provide regular befriending visitation to those needy individual and families. Their roles are to identify and support the needy in the new community.
- “Mental Wellness Ambassadors” & “Community gardening”: Collaboration with local stakeholders to promote mutual support through mobilizing residents joining mental health related programmes. The trained participants will be being “Mental Wellness Ambassadors”, they help to organize activities to promote health awareness campaign and gardening in the community.
- “Love Family Love Community” multi-purpose store: Setting up a platform for sharing resources, skills and knowledge among residents, for example, moving tools, recycle items and daily necessities. The platform aims to strengthen the spirit of mutual-help and reciprocity among the community.
- “Tung-Mei New Community Collaboration Network”: Through linking up the cross-sectoral organizations in the community, a collaborative platform will be developed through joints community efforts to build a better community.