The centre was established in 1991 as C & M A Riviera Garden Social Centre for the Elderly and received subsidy from the government and Community Chest in its early days. In 2003 it was revamped into a self-financed centre and was renamed C & M A Riviera Gardens Elderly Learning Centre. We serve those aged 50 and over, providing multifaceted classes, volunteer service, and health and recreational activities. We aim at advocating a sense of competence and lifelong learning for the elderly, encouraging the community to continue to learn and establish a proactive, self-confident, and healthy attitude toward life.
Scope of Service Download pamphlet
●Health education and healthy lifestyle promotion
●Educational and developmental services
●Carer support services
●Social and recreational services
●Frail elderly services
●University of 3rd Age (U3A) Self-learning centre
You are invited to join as
Elderly member: aged 60 or above
Adult member: retirees aged 50 - 59
Carer of Elderly: those in the community who care for the elderly can join our Carer Support Services
Volunteers: those interested in serving the elderly (consent from parents or guardians is required for minors below 18)
*applicants must be Hong Kong residents
Please bring your HKID card, annual membership and smart card fees (first-time applicants) to the centre to apply.
*No joining fee for Carer membership
Please contact our staff and return the membership card for deregistration of membership.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are important assets to Riviera Gardens Elderly Learning Centre. Through volunteers, we care for the elderly in the community, cultivate a spirit of self-help and mutual assistance, and establish a harmonious community. The multifaceted courses, activities, and services our centre often conduct require many volunteers. Volunteers include those who conduct visits, lead courses as instructors, etc. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, you are invited to: