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Fortune Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

Fortune Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

Introduction

Fortune Neighbourhood Elderly Centre (FNEC), formerly known as “Lotus Elderly Centre” at So Uk Estate, was founded in 1994. In response to the redevelopment of public housing estates in Sham Shui Po District, our centre was relocated to Fortune Estate and was renamed as “Fortune Social Centre for the Elderly” in 2002. With additional resources from the Government upon the re-engineering of Community Support Services for Elders in 2003, it was converted from a Social Centre for the Elderly into the Neighbourhood Elderly Centre, and was renamed as “Fortune Neighbourhood Elderly Centre”.

With “aging in place” as our rationale and “client-centred” as our goal, we are committed to optimise the opportunities of senior people for healthy lifestyles, active participation in social affairs and continuous learning through diversified, professional and quality community support services, so as to actualise the concept of “active ageing”. Besides, we also provide comprehensive support to the caregivers to strengthen their confidence and capabilities in caregiving, so that the seniors can continue to live in their familiar community.

Service Target

  • Hong Kong Residents aged 60 or above
  • Caregivers of the elders
  • Those living in the community  

Application

  • Please bring along your idenitity card, 1 recent passport photo and membership fee, and come to our centre in person for the application procedure.
  • Annual membership fee : HK$21

Withdrawal

  • Members who would like to withdraw their membership may approach us anytime and return the membership card to the centre in person or by mail. 
  • Please note that membership fee is not refundable.

 Opening Hours

Mondays to Saturdays8:30a.m. - 1:00p.m.
2:00p.m. - 5:30p.m 
Public Holidays and SundaysClosed

Major Service Areas

Mainly at Fortune Estate, Hang Chun Court, Cheung Sha Wan Estate and  surrounding areas.

Service Contents

  • Health education
  • Educational and self-developmental activities
  • Volunteer training and development
  • Social and recreational activities
  • Carer support service
  • Counselling service

Inquiries and Comments

For any inquiries and comments, please contact us on 2387 9951 or visit our centre in person during opening hours. 

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