The spirit of kindness and helping others inspire ETAKers to give back to the community and lend a hand to those in need.

New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

March 2019 - ETAK donates food products to New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. This non-governmental organization provides quality community-based recovery-orientated services for people in recovery of mental illness.

Operation Santa Claus (OSC) 2018

January 2019 – ETAK continues its support and commitment as a major donor for Operation Santa Claus (OSC).

ESF Bradbury Winter Night Market 2018

December 2018 - ETAK is a new sponsor for the ESF Bradbury School PTA Winter Night Market, providing sausages for the international food stalls.

Oxfam Trailwalker 2018

November 2018 – ETAK is a sponsor of the Bad Monkeys team for Oxfam Trailwalker. Funds raised support Oxfam’s various poverty alleviation and emergency relief projects in Africa and Asia, including Hong Kong and mainland China.

15th International Chefs Day Charity Lunch at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

October 2018 - ETAK is a sponsor for the Hong Kong Chefs Association (HKCA) 15th International Chefs Day. This event is for chefs to contribute and communicate with those less fortunate the experiences and challenges they face in their industry.

FoodLink Surplus Food Cooking Class

April 2018 - ETAK donates items for FoodLink's Little Chef Cooking Class. Chef Tim, Chinese Executive Chinese Chef from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, teaches little chefs to recreate surplus food.

Operation Santa Claus (OSC) 2017

January 2018 – ETAK is recognized as a major donor of over 5 years to Operation Santa Claus (OSC).

Hong Kong Girl Guides Association (HKGGA)

December 2017 – ETAK donates breakfast and lunch items to the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association (HKGGA) 1st Island Pack Brownies camp weekend at Sandilands Centre.

Sowers Action Challenging 12 Hours 2017

October 2017 – ETAK employees participate in Sowers Action Challenging 12 Hours to raise funds for youth welfare projects, orphans and underprivileged children in Mainland China.