The Lenten Social Enterprise Talk Featured

On 1 March, we had a special assembly at the hall on raising everyone’s awareness towards this year’s Lenten theme, merciful like our Father.

 

With the help of Ms Isabella Lee from Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES), we have realised that entrepreneurship with a mission can bring a ground-breaking change to our concepts about innovation, profit-making and involving people from all walks of life in generating business plans that sustain growth in our community.  We were told that social enterprise has become a keen idea among local enterprises. It has been involving the ethnic minority, the elderly, the housewives, the new immigrants, the farmers, the gardeners, the health-conscious, and the experienced finance managers and business management elites.

 

With the help of Young Leaders and Entrepreneurs Team, our S3 schoolmates have been engaged in a similar attempt to come up with business project that recreates their understanding of trade and management.

 

In this Lenten season, let us pause for a moment and reflect on our role in making our city an ethical one.

 
It is not how much we do, but how much love we put into what we do.  Mother Teresa.