SOCIAL   
   ENTERPRISE   

SOCIAL
ENTERPRISE

Parent & Child believes that Social Enterprises are a good cause to support and they deserve more visibility. To help promote awareness and recognise efforts, we have short-listed the following entities that combine social responsibility and innovative business practices, with many empowering women from disadvantaged backgrounds. Do reach out to them directly if you wish to support them in any way.

Teag Tree

SKILLS
A Singapore-registered social enterprise that empowers women through skills development, gainful employment, and micro-entrepreneurship since 2014.

The Social Space

RETAIL
A multi-concept store that’s got a tea bar and cafe, a retail area (that gives back) and a nail salon, all rolled into one. Trains and employs underprivileged women and men.

Bettr Barista

F&B
A coffee academy and roastery which trains and employs marginalized women. A portion of their retail proceeds also goes to supporting higher education for youths in need.

Mummy Yummy

F&B
Other than selling vegan food to the public, they focus on distributing free cooked vegan food to the needy in whole of Singapore on weekends right to their doorsteps with the help of their volunteers and family members.

Boheme Style Nomads

RETAIL
Empowers Single stay-at-home Mums with income through the sale of their handmade jewelry. They put people before profit as they pay these Mums 40% of earnings per item.

The Nail Social

F&B
Singapore's first socially-conscious salon that was established with the aim of providing vocational training and employment to local marginalized women with a higher barrier to employment, so as to help them progress from a position of vulnerability to security and self-sufficiency.

Kins by Hello Flowers

RETAIL
A social training programme run by Hello Flowers. It aims to empower local women from disadvantaged backgrounds in a holistic manner. They work with social service agencies within the community to equip these ladies with crafting and simple entrepreneurial skills.

Five and 2

F&B
On the sustainability front, the eatery aims to provide equal job opportunities and an inclusive working environment for people with disabilities and ex-inmates. For every five meals sold, a complimentary meal is also donated to a child from a resource-poor background

   ORGANISATIONS   

ORGANISATIONS

Wings

Promotes active aging for women, particularly for those from low-income families. Wings is also planning to develop more services and programmes for skills development, employment, and entrepreneurship for older women in Singapore.

SCWO

The national coordinating body of women’s organizations in Singapore, founded in 1980. SCWO aims to promote ‘Equal Space, Equal Voice, and Equal Worth’ for women in Singapore via outreach programmes and practical help like Star Shelter ‒ the only secular crisis center in Singapore ‒ that offers safe temporary refuge for women and children who are victims of family violence. It also offers free Legal Clinics with the support of volunteer lawyers from Singapore Association of Women Lawyers (SAWL)

CRIB

Empowers women to become successful entrepreneurs through networking opportunities, business matching, and professional development. Offers seminars, mentorships, a ‘matching’ programme that puts together potential co-founders for new businesses and an incubator programme.