Meet The NGO
Enrich was founded in 2007 by a group of development workers and a finance professional who was motivated to do something to address the urgent needs of migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong for which there was little support available. Their workshops were initially held in living rooms and coffee shops but soon proved to be very popular and demand grew.
In response, they expanded their services, offering mentoring sessions and entrepreneurship workshops in 2010, starting confidential financial counselling services in 2013, and opening their own training centre in 2014. Today, Enrich has become Hong Kong’s leading educational organisation promoting the economic empowerment of migrant domestic workers, contributing to the Hong Kong Strategy for Financial Literacy. In 2019, Enrich was granted the ‘Financial Education Champion’ Award by the Investor and Financial Education Council.
What They Do
They empower migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong with the tools to overcome financial difficulties and achieve their goals and dreams.
Enrich graduates learn how to:
Plan and save for the future, use their time in Hong Kong to plan for a future with greater financial security, communicate effectively with family/friends, withstand financial pressures from family and friends, and engage their family in working towards goals together.