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Blessed Food

The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui has been providing welfare services to the people of Hong Kong since the 19th century. In the 1960s, the Children's Meal Club was established to provide nutritious meals to the poor children of Hong Kong and to feed and clothe the disadvantaged. With the economic progress of Hong Kong society, the demand for such services is decreasing. However, the Welfare Council still adheres to the teachings of Christ and is at the forefront of the community in providing food assistance to the needy; and has received active donations from parishioners to provide food assistance in Tung Chung, Tin Shui Wai, Kowloon City and Tsz Wan Shan.

Since the Social Welfare Department launched the Short-term Food Assistance Service Scheme in February 2009, the Welfare Council has provided funding to establish "Blessed Food" in Tuen Mun and Yuen Long to provide food assistance services. In 2018, the Council deployed 2 food assistance teams in Tuen Mun and Kowloon City/Yau Tsim Mong. The Council has accumulated over 10 years of experience providing food assistance service until it is regularised in 2021. With 2 more teams in Tsuen Wan/Kwai Tsing/Tuen Mun and Kowloon City/Yau Tsim Mong districts, the Council has established a solid service network to support the underprivileged.
Service Objectives
Short-term food assistance services are a short-term relief
  • To help grassroots people or families tide over short-term and/or sudden financial problems with food expenses caused by various social problems
  • Referral to mainstream welfare services to alleviate long term financial and/or welfare needs
Provide meals as assessed by the dietitian, including rice, non-staple food, canned food, food vouchers, meal vouchers, baby food and special meals according to individual health needs, ethnic minority meals, etc., to provide short-term support for up to 8weeks to address emergency needs of the recipients
Service Target
  • Hong Kong residents
  • Residing in "Tsuen Wan, Kwai Tsing and Tuen Mun" (Tuen Mun-Tsuen-Kwai) or "Kowloon City and Yau Tsim Mong" (Kau Yau)
  • Individuals or families (1) with proven difficulties in meeting daily food expenses; or (2) experiencing sudden changes and immediate financial hardship [e.g. unemployed; severely ill; new arrivals; single-parent families including dependent children; street sleepers; or low-income families (including in particular young children, children, pregnant women, the chronically ill, the elderly and ethnic minorities), and not CSSA recipients]
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