SHARE-Urban Farming Community

prototype, education and learning, children and youth, Good Seed

Enhancing social engagement for the elderly and underprivileged youth through urban farming



SHARE is a social enterprise which aims to establish an urban rooftop community of organic farming to let more people experience organic farming. Instead of solely commercial operations, it creates social value by recruiting and training underprivileged youth aged 15 to 28 to operate the farm with a view to bringing them positive impact in knowledge, social skills, work experience and mental health. This venture will also organise classes, workshops and elderly activities to promote the healthy lifestyle and social inclusion.


Name of Organisation

Share Farming Community Limited

Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

14 months (Ended)


  • Trained up 7 underprivileged youth, 1 middle-aged house-wife and 1 retired helper.
  • Served 70 elderly people.