OUR COMMUNITY IS OUR STAKEHOLDERS
Giving back to our community is one of the key pillars of our pledge to make shopping mindful. Discover the organizations we support in Singapore.
HOW YOUR PURCHASES SUPPORT THESE ORGANIZATIONSDown Syndrome Association (Singapore)
Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) is a self-funded social service agency with IPC status dedicated to serving the needs of persons with Down syndrome and their families. The Association’s mission is to develop individuals with Down syndrome through lifelong learning and social integration; to support families through specialist services, information and education; and to advocate for equal opportunities, quality of life and their contributions to society.
3% of your net purchase value is donated to the association. 72 Smalldive is also a participant and sponsor of the associations fund raising activities. You may visit the association's website to learn more about their activities or to make a donation.
Gladiolus Place is a non-profit residential Home dedicated to providing teenage girls a refuge and a place to call their home. Gladiolus Place reaches out to vulnerable youths in need of care and protection.With effect on April 2021, 3% of your net purchase value ( less discounts, transaction fees and commission charges) is donated to the association. To reach out or to discover association's work and activities, visit Gladiolus Place to learn more about their activities or to make a donation.
The T Project
The T Project is the first and only trans-focused community service in Singapore. Founded by June Chua and her late sister, Alicia, the organization runs a homeless shelter and a trans-focused drop-in center for the homeless in the community while they seek employment, healthcare, and more permanent accommodations.The organization also provides the transgender community and the public with trans focused information, ranging from sexual health to employment resources.
Between Sep 2019 and March 2021, 3% of your net purchase value ( less discounts, transaction fees and commission charges) was donated to the association. With effect of April 2021, T-Project is no longer a beneficiary of 72 Smalldive donations. We encourage readers to visit T-Project's website to reach out, discover, or donate to their work and activities.