Empower the next generation of innovators to have a positive social and environmental impact
- Building a community of makers
- Proposing a hands-on education
- Doing impactful projects
We value creative confidence, collaboration, respect and passion in innovating solutions for the good of the society and environment
Who are we?
In 2017, MakerBay Foundation was established by Cesar Jung-Harada, a Japanese-French educator, environmentalist, and entrepreneur, in order help underserved youth to make an impact by developing their maker skills and mindset, as well as forming an inclusive maker community.
We operate from one of the largest makerspace in Hong Kong to offer people the space, tools and training to become innovators. For our projects, we have developed a comprehensive innovation curriculum, backed by a large community of scientists, artists, researchers and experts from Academia.
Apart from the makerspace in Tsuen Wan and a smaller one in PMQ Central, we also assist in setting up makerspaces in youth centers and schools, both in Hong Kong and abroad.
We are convinced that everybody can learn to make something. Local innovation can create a global impact!
People we work with
Since the day MakerBay Foundation was founded, we have been working with people and organizations who share the goal of helping people to contribute together to the society with empathy, creative confidence and maker skills.
MakerBay Tsuen Wan
23 Mei Wan Street, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong
Monday – Sunday : 10:00 – 19:00
Unit H508, Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Wednesday – Sunday : 14:00 – 19:00
(All facilities closed on Monday, Tuesday and public holidays)