E-Case

Spiritual Values Create Impact in the Third Sector: Fullness Social Enterprise

I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. (John 10:10) To live abundantly, they started up Fullness, running shops that employ youngsters who were once in jail. The name “Fullness”, drawing inspiration from the above verse, implies a lifelong goal that one should strive for. As a faith-based social enterprise in Hong Kong, Fullness maintains two lines of businesses in two communities -- a Salon in Sai Wan Ho and a Garage in Kwun Tong. In this e-case, you can learn about the spiritual values of a social enterprise that transcends traditional notions of social entrepreneurship, philanthropy and religion.

Organizational Setting / Sector

Education

Skills Area

Nonprofit Management
Creative Commons License
Authors: David A . Palmer, HKU
Stephanie Chin, HKU
Michele W. Raphael, HKU
Mengmeng Shu, HKU
Tse Man Him Martin, HKU
Eliza Xia, HKU
Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC
Funder:
ExCEL3
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