Products sold by the ever so lovely vendors benefitted 22 PWD teenagers through skill development through training o producing their products via tea processing, natural soap making, baking and hand-crafting.
Empowered approximately 21 artisans who were involved in the production of the goods sold at RIUH via traditional handmade batik crafting.
Environmentally scented candles sold meant a great deal for 2000ml of used cooking oil being saved from improperly being disposed into our drains.
A grand total of 5 single/underprivileged mothers were impacted and involved in curating and reviving recycled denim products for the RUIH pop-up sales.
Delightful butter cookies and pineapple tarts that were purchased assisted in equipping 11 Deaf youths with entrepreneurial and baking skills.