Adopt a Crafter for 12months
Want to support our crafters to encourage them to keep fighting & creating crafts to achieve wellness? And at the same time, send gifts to elderlies who are at risk of social isolation or vulnerable children?
You can adopt a crafter starting from $50 a month to ensure they will get regular income for a year. And we will send their craft to seniors staying in rental flats or sheltered homes or children under fostering care.
About the Crafters:
Aunty Susan is undergoing stage 4 lung cancer treatment and is grounded at home. Through crafting, she gains strength and adopts the “never-say-die” attitude. Let us continue to inspire her with hope, patience and courage through her treatment.
Shermine is seeking professional help and working towards recovery. Mental illness is not a choice and she needs your compassion, support and strength. She hopes to gain confidence and slowly integrate back to society through crafting.
Jacklyn has lots of wonderful stories to share but she don't have the voice. She wishes to share her story, love, and strength with you through her stitches and gifts that she has created.
Faz. Being a mother is not an easy task. Moreover, Faz has 5 young children who need her loving care and support. Let us help her through this arduous time by supporting her craft work.
Joycelyn is unable to work due to her medical conditions. She is happy to do packaging with Social Gifting. Each person with autism has a distinct set of strengths and challenges and she hopes people can see her beyond her label.
Nenek Imah lives alone in a one-room rental flat at Lavender. She wishes to continue ageing in the community as long as possible. Help her alleviate loneliness and gain strength by supporting her craftwork. Aside, she needs to provide financial and moral support to her aunt and mum who are residing in a nursing home.
Mdm Freda retired to help look after her grandchild. Now that her little one is slightly older, she wishes to do more for herself during her spare time. She’s passionate about sewing and knitting and had dreamt of sharing her creations with others. Hoping to enhance her skills and becoming more active through her silver years, she has embarked on a journey with Social Gifting to find her true strengths.
NCID Cares (Red Ribbon Project) was initiated to help rebuild the self-confidence and self-esteem of patients living with HIV and integrate them into society.Crafting equips patients with life skills through social interaction and helps them cope with psychosocial needs. Supporting their work provides the crafters hope and acceptance and help them cope effectively in the different stages of their life and enhance their quality of life.