Did you know?
Many Singaporeans are experiencing social disconnectedness due to their physical/mental condition/s or caregiving duties deterring them from participating in the community.
There are approximately 32,000 people with disabilities in Singapore, and about 16% of our population are elderly. Many young adults with Autism are not eligible for shelter workshops and are left stranded at home. Let us lend our voices to help them fulfil their dreams.
In conjunction with NDP 2022, “Stronger Together, Majulah!”, join our differently-abled crafters to Dream Big as a Nation by adopting a Dream Big Singapore bear co-crafted by them and the community. Lend your hand, give them a voice, and empower our differently-abled crafters to build on their strengths, celebrate inclusivity, and enable them to achieve their dreams.
Every set comes with the "GO FOR IT" 37-day motivational journal which aims to bring you on a journey to understand yourself better and enable you to achieve your dreams alongside our crafters.
Content: 1 x Teddy bear, 1 x Motivational Journal
Teddy Bear: ~13.7cm x 19cm x 21cm
Motivational Journal: ~21cm x 14.8cm
Material: Ribbon, Fabric, Cotton Stuffing, Paper
Colour: As shown
Packaging: Organza Bag
Note: Random designs of motivational ribbon will be given to you.
Co-Crafted by our crafters:
Seniors @ Lions Befrienders (Ghim Moh)
The Seniors at LB are creating a community through attending crafting sessions to integrate with other seniors and to overcome social isolation. Your support will help them age-in-place with dignity and enable LB to serve more socially isolated seniors.
Warriors @ Bishan Home
The special needs elderly warriors @ Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled enjoys the weekly crafting sessions. Your support will enable them to increase their competency and age with dignity.
Shermine, Mental Health Warrior
Shermine is seeking professional help and recovering from mental health issues. The road to recovery is not easy and she needs support and strength. Your support will help her gain confidence and slowly integrate back to society through crafting.
Gek Sisters (Gek Teng & Gek Huee), Special Needs Warriors
Gek Teng & Gek Huee are sisters with Autism. Your support will help the sisters develop critical fine motor, visual motor & sensory motor skills. They hope that people can see them beyond their label.
Darren, Special Needs Warrior
Darren is a person with Autism. Being non-verbal and kept socially isolated at home, your support will allow him to express his feelings through crafting activities. We hope that as Darren is kept meaningfully engaged at home, and his behavioural issues can slowly improve.
Bernice, Special Needs Warrior
Bernice, a young lady with Autism who enjoys pasting stickers. Your support will enable us to keep her engaged at home and maintain her fine motor skills through crafting. She hopes to share her differently-abled talent and artwork with our community through this platform.
Raouf, Special Needs Warrior
Raouf, a young adult with Autism. Home crafting empowers him to explore and discover his interests and capabilities. Your support helps give him great meaning and a sense of accomplishment.
Mirelle, Special Needs Warrior
Mirelle, a vocally & hearing impaired warrior, has a growing interest in drawing and jigsaws and wishes to continue exploring new activities. Your support can keep her meaningfully engaged at home.