Call Mira is funded by the Dr. Ip Yee Charitable Trust

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Call Mira @ 9682 3100

W  E  L  F  A  R  E

What is welfare?

Welfare is about promoting one's general well-being, especially when women can often be discriminated against in society  

What are the welfare resources available on

Information hotlines, women-orientated support groups and videos from the Social Welfare Department

Food Security

St. James' Settlement

General welfare and improving well-being and happiness in Hong Kong

2975 8777

Food Angel

Reduce food waste and provide meals to the needy in Hong Kong

2801 5333

Foodlink Foundation 

Similar to Food Angel in its belief that everyone deserves a hot meal

2567 1561


CHEER Centre

Offers Cantonese and English workshops


Integrated Service Centre for Local South Asians; volunteer activities

Family Service Centre for Local South Asians

Provides consultation, educational and referral service

Tsim Sha Tsui, HK

Pakistan Islamic Welfare Union Incorporated

Provides consultation, educational and referral service

Tsim Sha Tsui, HK

Comprehensive Social Security Assistance
Eligibility criteria, types of payment and application procedure
Wan Chai, HK

Helpful Videos and News Articles

Ethnic minorities face a number of challenges in Hong Kong. Many of these problems stem from their lack of competency in the Chinese language. This language barrier effectively molds Hong Kong into a kind of foreign unwelcoming environment.
The purpose of Call Mira is to help Hong Kong's ethnic minority women to gain access to resources that are, albeit available to them, not attainable due to the language barrier. 
Hong Kong Public Facilities
!!! Leisure and Cultural Services Department !!!
Hong Kong's Leisure and Cultural Services Department is a public resource that features a number of state-of-the-art facilities and affordable programs for all members of the public. Check it out by clicking the link above.  
Many of the facilities featured in and funded by the LCSD are either free or very affordable, for example, the Victoria Swimming Pool charges 8 HKD for a single entry (for a student/child/senior citizen) while it charges 18 HKD for an adult. During the weekends, the entry fee is 1 HKD higher for all (so 9 HKD for students/children/seniors and 19 HKD for adults).