Everyone can make a difference

Empowering adults with learning disabilities
through vocational education and social enterprises

Celebrating our 30th anniversary

Join us at Museum Cafe 8 as we celebrate The Nesbitt Centre turning 30! We're hosting a series of exciting events to mark the occasion. 🎉

Since 1993, we have been empowering individuals with disabilities to live independently, to care and advocate for themselves with the least amount of support.

We create a welcoming and inclusive environment for our learners to engage their talents and integrate within the community.

Our Preparation for Life programme is individually designed for every learner from work-training to leisure activities, from life skills to planning for the future.

This holistic and enriching learning experience is facilitated by close collaboration between learners, family members and our staff. We also increase our community impact by partnering with NGOs, media, businesses, academia and government.

From skills to training to jobs, learners start realising their full potential in society as they work in our social enterprises.

They build their confidence and self-esteem, practice social and communication skills while equipping themselves with the competence to navigate within the world of life and work.

Museum Café 8

16 staff with learning disabilities
Roof Level, Central Pier 8, Maritime Museum
10am - 7:30pm,
Mon - Sun & Public Holidays

The Nest Bakery

4 staff with learning disabilities
Unit D, 9/F, Sunview Industrial Building, 3 On Yip Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong.
8am - 6pm, Mon - Sun

The Nest

9 staff with learning disabilities
St John’s Cathedral, Central
St Andrew’s Church, Jordan
8am - 6pm, Mon - Fri & Sun
9am - 5pm, Sat

Board of Directors

David Nesbitt
Founder and Chairman Emeritus
Andrew Sheard
Chairman of the
Board of Directors
Senior HR Consultant, ACT
Christopher Liu
Real Estate Investment and Development
Willowtree Holdings
Simon Booker
Connie Chue
Director, Capital Management
Lydia Lee
Ivey Case Center