Thank you to all our friends who have grown with us.
Our lease agreement is nearing its end, and as a result, Yau CAFE will continue its operations until March 6, 2024, after which we will cease our services starting from March 7.
We are incredibly grateful for your unwavering support over the past two years. Your support has not only contributed to the training and employment of visually impaired baristas, but also helped raise awareness among the public about the diverse abilities of visually impaired individuals. We have been able to provide our customers with unique coffee and massage experiences. Moving forward, we will continue to explore different opportunities to further develop the employment capabilities of visually impaired individuals.
If you would like to experience the professional touch of our visually impaired masseurs and savor the beverages crafted by our visually impaired baristas, we warmly invite you to visit our cafe between February and March 6. Additionally, if you still possess any purchased massage or beverage vouchers, we kindly request that you redeem them at Yau CAFE at your earliest convenience.
YAU CAFE's mission is
training up a group of visually impaired people to be baristas.
We selected 10 out of 70 applicants to join our training,
and recruit those with satisfactory performance to work at YAU CAFE.
The cake and desserts provided at YAU CAFE
are produced by different social enterprises.
We believe the talent of people with disabilities.
The bread served at YAU CAFE
is supplied by So330 under
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
330 bread is baked by people in recovery of mental illness (PIRs).
It provides them opportunities to work in a real work setting
and helped them gain necessary skills and confidence for open employment and community integration.
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