Handmade pouches - Doing good and cleaning good
Our Handmade with Love Pouches
In support of Mother and Child Project (MnCP)
Mother and Child Project (MnCP) was established in 2005 at St. George’s Place, a crisis shelter by Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS), to help women in crisis gain vocational skills and employment by providing home-based sewing work. The beneficiaries are mostly disadvantaged women, single mothers and women recovering from mental health conditions. MnCP mission is to help them become economically self-sufficient.
Our Reusable Laundry Pyramids pouches are handmade with love by our Beneficiary under this project. 🥰 Check them out below:
In the 1950s, Mrs. Catharine Eng Neo Thomas, a nurse and wife of Mr. Francis Thomas, dressed the wounds of a poor villager and sparked generations of compassionate service to the disadvantaged. Embodying God’s commandment to love her neighbours as herself, her kind act expanded to a free clinic for the poor villagers of Potong Pasir.
Mr. Francis Thomas, then a teacher of St. Andrew’s School, set up student counselling services to bring care and hope to students battling with emotional struggles in the 1960s. The service grew into a pioneer service of Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS), which was inaugurated on 31 August 1967.
Today, SACS is a community service arm of the Diocese of Singapore. It is a not-for-profit social service organization and an approved Institute of Public Character.
This labor of love continued to grow throughout the decades, as SACS remains at the heart of where the needs are greatest, bearing the light and comfort of Christ’s unceasing love into the shadows of pain and despair. Today, SACS continues to partner the Singapore government, other care agencies and members of the community to serve our community through three pillars of services – Psychiatric Services, Senior Services, as well as Family and Children Services.
Show your support towards persons with mental health conditions in recovery or underprivileged women by purchasing their quality products, handmade with love. (Link to product page)
You may also contribute to their cause here: https://www.giving.sg/singapore-anglican-community-services