Aunty Susan Thong, Cancer Warrior

Aunty Susan was called home to the Lord on 11 Sep 2021 after a long battle with Lung Cancer. We have had such beautiful memories of Aunty Susan over the last 3 years. Aunty Susan and her family would like to thank everyone for supporting them over these few years.

Her husband, Uncle Teo, will continue her craft work and legacy in her memory. 

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Zann, Mental Health Warrior

Zann is seeking professional help to build up her mental health again. She's an optimistic and eager learner who's always willing to try and create new crafts. She hopes that her journey with Social Gifting will allow her to gain the confidence she needs.

Join us and support her craft works as your gift will help to empower her to reintegrate back to the society.

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Shermine Tan, Mental Health Warrior 

Shermine is seeking professional help and working towards recovery. Mental illness is not a choice and she greatly appreciates your compassion, support and strength. She hopes to gain confidence and slowly integrate back to society through crafting. 

Do support Shermine's craft work which will allow her to feel meaningfully engaged and empowered.

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Aunty June, Cancer Warrior

Aunty June has won her battle against stomach cancer and is now learning to make beautiful pouches and beaded crafts. Through crafting, Aunty June has gained strength and found purpose after her recovery. She hopes to not only keep herself meaningfully engaged at home, but to also learn new skills through learning new crafts.

Your gift will aid in her recovery and reintegration into society, allowing her to gain resilience.

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Le, mental health warrior

Le has been diagnosed with depression and was unable to work for nearly 2 years. Recently, she started Hama beads making and through designing, crafting and seeing the beautiful art pieces, Le is able to focus and keep her mind from ruminating. She hopes these creative pieces will bring a smile to those who have them. Le also wishes to help and support people who has similar conditions.

Let us lend a hand to support her recovery.

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Aunty Lily, Stroke Warrior

Aunty Lily had a life-changing stroke in 2018 at the age of 51, which left her left side of the body paralyzed and limited her mobility. However, Aunty Lily's stroke hasn't stopped her from doing what she loves. By using her right hand only, she is beautifully painting linen drawstrings to be occupied at home and maintain a positive mental wellbeing.

Join us to support Aunty Lily in her recovery journey to have an active and meaningful life through crafting while generating a passive income.

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Mdm Lydia, Cancer Warrior

Mdm Lydia is a strong lady who braved through cancer treatment and is currently resting at home. Due to physical health issues, she is unable to carry out strenuous activities and work full-time. However, with her talents in craft work, we hope she'll be kept meaningfully engaged while also improving her emotional wellbeing.

Do show your support in her recovery journey to strengthen and help her to gain confidence.

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Mdm Tini, Persons with Illnesses

Mdm Tini is suffering from multiple health conditions that deterred her from seeking employment. She spends most of her time at the hospital for follow-up appointments. Learning new skills helps her to maintain a positive mental wellbeing.

Join us to support Mdm Tini in her recovery journey, enabling her to learn new crafts and take pride in her work and most importantly, keeping her engaged at home.

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NCID Cares (Red Ribbon Project)

NCID Cares was initiated to help rebuild self-confidence and self-esteem of patients living with HIV and integrate them into society.

Crafting equips the patients with life skills through social interaction and helps them cope with psychosocial needs.

Supporting their work provides the crafters hope and acceptance, helping them cope effectively in the different stages of their life and enhance their quality of life.

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