Pop-Up Market Schedule
Friday, 3 Dec 2021
Saturday, 4 Dec 2021
Friday, 10 Dec 2021
Saturday, 11 Dec 2021
Friday, 17 Dec 2021
Saturday, 18 Dec 2021
Support i'mable Collective and their makers!
i’mable Collective fosters multi-sectoral collaborations among artists, craft makers, creatives and enterprises to develop a viable market for quality merchandise and services made by and/or with persons with disabilities. With programmes for capability building, retail collaboration and partnership outreach, this initiative by SG Enable creates enterprise opportunities to energise inclusive communities to bring about social impact.
This Christmas season, gift your friends and family a gift from the heart. Shop from our range of quality fashion accessories co-created with talented artists and makers with disabilities.
Down Syndrome Association (DSA)
Borne out of love and devotion by a group of parents of children with Down syndrome, Down Syndrome Association (Singapore), is a primarily self-funding, non-profit social service agency established in 1996 to support and educate families, professionals, and the public about the genetic condition. The Association is committed to providing holistic support for families and caregivers; facilitating a person with Down syndrome to attain his or her full potential; and enabling them to contribute back to the society.
Arts@Metta was initiated in 2007 by Metta Welfare Association to actively seek to increase employment opportunitues for graduated Metta School Youths diagnosed with mild disability and/or autism through a comprehensive training and development in the visual arts. We strive to empower them with life skills that promote integration, independence and socialisation.
Artably is a design and illustration studio based in Singapore. Founded in 2020, the platform aims to build a more inclusive creative community through designing and collaborating with differently-abled artists to showcase their talents and support them towards developing their financial independence.
Naomi's Banana Loaves
Naomi’s banana loaves was first Initiated in May 2020, during circuit breaker. Being a child with special needs, life can be challenging for them, especially when they start work. As parents, we continue to encourage, support and guide them, finding their talents and build on them.
Circuit Breaker allowed us the opportunity to harness her baking and cooking skills, hence Naomi’s banana loaves came to fruition. A home based business that she can develop on and eventually build for herself in an environment that’s safe and secure.
For every loaf baked, $2 is donated to her school Mountbatten Vocational School for future special needs education. We have 3 main offerings;
original chunky banana, @$18 per loaf
banana with dark choc chips @$18 per loaf and
banana with fresh blueberry fruits, @$22 per loaf.
Delivery is an additional of $4 per location.
Social Gifting is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise registered under raiSE. It is supported by NorthWest CDC, founded and spearheaded by SUSS students. We provide free crafting sessions and materials to co-create exquisite handmade gifts with differently-abled crafters, warriors and seniors, empowering them to build on their strengths and enabling them to live an enriching life with dignity.
Being able to create products empowers them, and enables them to earn a passive income. Join us to empower seniors in isolation, women, warriors with illnesses and special needs to enable them to live an enriching life with dignity.
SPD Artisan Collab
The SPD Artisan Collab is an initiative under the SPD Sheltered Workshop providing employment and training opportunities for persons with disabilities since 1964. For over a decade, our team of craftspeople bring their unique skills in creating artisanal journals and restoring old books to give them a new lease of life. In addition to the book bindery, we have a succession of younger persons with disabilities being trained in leather-crafting, stitching together lifestyle products perfect as gifts for friends, loved ones, and corporate partners.
Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH)
Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) is the national voluntary welfare organisation for the visually impaired. SAVH aims to help the visually impaired to acquire new skills and gain self-reliance in order to integrate into society.
The Touch Art Programme equips our visually impaired (VI) clients with the skills to produce unique handmade handicraft items using the sense of touch. It provides clients a platform to showcase their talent, opportunities to socialize with others and also, employment opportunities through making the handicraft items. Your purchase will greatly benefit our VI clients under this programme; with net proceeds from the sales of all handicraft items being directed to them.
Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) (MDAS)
Founded in 2000, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) (MDAS) is a non-profit social service agency, committed towards uplifting the lives of persons with muscular dystrophy (MD) and their families. Through our programmes and services, the Association empowers beneficiaries to lead a life beyond their limitations.
The Creative Chair, a social enterprise branding of MDAS, provides an official platform to showcase the works of persons with MD and to create greater awareness of their creative abilities. We aim to create opportunities for persons with MD to develop a sense of pride through their work, and to promote the belief that creativity knows no barriers.
Chalmers@Specialthots features the artistic talents of Chalmers Wong, an artist with moderate to severe autism. Chalmers' flair for Chinese and western paintings is highlighted in his beautiful art pieces as well as the wide range of high quality fashion wear, household products, accessories and gifts. Shop at Chalmers@Specialthots and support the disability community today.