Monthly Archives: April 2012

Pathlight Mall

The mission of Pathlight Mall is to promote and endorse a new brand of products embellished with unique doodles by students of Pathlight School, Singapore’s first Autism-focused school that offer a unique blend of mainstream curriculum and life skills. Each

Pathlight Mall

The mission of Pathlight Mall is to promote and endorse a new brand of products embellished with unique doodles by students of Pathlight School, Singapore’s first Autism-focused school that offer a unique blend of mainstream curriculum and life skills. Each

Happy Arts Vegetarian Cafe

Happy Arts Vegetarian Cafe is part of the social enterprise arm of Metta Welfare Association to provide vocational training and create employment opportunities for youths aged 18 and above with mild intellectual disability and/or autism. Address: Metta Building (Level 1), 32

Happy Arts Vegetarian Cafe

Happy Arts Vegetarian Cafe is part of the social enterprise arm of Metta Welfare Association to provide vocational training and create employment opportunities for youths aged 18 and above with mild intellectual disability and/or autism. Address: Metta Building (Level 1), 32

Wow Wow West

Wow Wow West is a western food hawker stall run by daughter and father team, Elizabeth and Eric Ng.  They support the Yellow Ribbon Project by hiring ex-offenders and ex-drug addicts to work at its branches. Beautiful write-up’s on their

Wow Wow West

Wow Wow West is a western food hawker stall run by daughter and father team, Elizabeth and Eric Ng.  They support the Yellow Ribbon Project by hiring ex-offenders and ex-drug addicts to work at its branches. Beautiful write-up’s on their

WEworkz Handicrafts & Services

WEworkz, a co-operative for women, has a vision to encourage and empower lower-income Singaporean women who are unable to commit to full time employment to engage in home-based economic activities, such as making of handicrafts, accessories, and in the future, services

WEworkz Handicrafts & Services

WEworkz, a co-operative for women, has a vision to encourage and empower lower-income Singaporean women who are unable to commit to full time employment to engage in home-based economic activities, such as making of handicrafts, accessories, and in the future, services