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1-Hour Bracelet
Upcycling Workshop

The 1-hour bracelet upcycling workshop is a quick gateway to engage your team and make a social impact through creativity. Not only will your team get to experience a unique food waste bracelet upcycling, but also cultivate actions for a sustainable future. 

Talk to us to customize your plans.

We've worked with


It's more than just a bracelet itself

A fun and unique

team-building activity


to engage your audience and make a collective impact towards your sustainability goals

Push forward

environmental sustainability


by rethinking food waste as a resource and committing to individual actions for a greener planet

Empower underprivileged women


by supporting their role as workshop instructor and increasing their work experience

Every minute is impactful

Impact  Intro

Learn about food waste and Ways Out's work

First-hand Upcycling

Sand already-made beads, assemble & furnish pieces

Think Tank

Introduce SDGs & commit to individual actions towards "environmental sustainability"

Can be specially-themed*; add-on activities^ available

Pandemic-friendly; can shift online

Can accommodate 15 - 40 participants at your desired space

*social inclusion, gender equality or environmental sustainability

^live demo of mixing and molding mixture into beads, bio-enzyme making or food waste compost bucket making

What our partners say

Throughout the workshop, I learnt about the work of Ways Out and was impressed by the stories of "Marvel Mami". I never thought that food waste can be turned to be such a beautiful bracelet. It was a very nice experience for joining the workshop!

- Cassy Siu, Manager (Human Resources)

of the Sino Group

The workshop did well for our youths to understand more about the food waste problems in Hong Kong.

- Kristy Yeung, Plan Hong Kong

Very pleased to support such a purposeful cause. Would be happy to look at how we can work even closer with WaysOut in the future.

- Jessie Chuen, Corporate Affaris & Engagement Manager of L'Oréal Hong Kong

Meaningful, fun, and full of good energy.  

- Michelle Leung, KIABI

Get creative & impact lives with us

Talk to us now to customize your plans

to dig deeper into the details of the workshop, and learn more about our work and social impact

to let us know your preferences so we can plan out the best workshop for your team 

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