Shop For A Cause - Season Of Giving

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Mindful Gifting

It is the season of giving and there’s no better way to spread love & kindness. Shop for a good cause this holiday and put a smile on someone’s face.  Amidst our 'Box of Joy' movement to help the less fortunate children, we recommend 5 social enterprises that gives back to society for every purchase you make.

Trove of Gaia

Trove of gaia

(Source: Trove of Gaia)

Trove of Gaia retails a wide variety of sustainable daily essentials from bath & beauty products to kitchen & dining essentials. They aim to make zero-waste transitions and supports the World Wildlife Fund For Nature. With every purchase, a portion of their monthly sales proceeds will go to this organisation for wilderness preservation.

Furthermore, in the month of December, they will commit $1 to every purchase to One Tree Planted, an eco-charity that plants trees around the world to push for reforestation, and plant a tree under your name.


Purnama Outreach


(Source: Purnama Outreach)

Purnama Outreach
creates and retails handmade products and accessories from bags to bamboo straws. They contribute to impoverished communities by creating job opportunities in developing countries and aids orphans with a Fight for Education Program in Nepal for neighbouring countries. 


The Ugly Cake Shop

the ugly cake shop

(Source: The Ugly Cake Shop)

A bakery cafe that sells artisanal cakes in Singapore, every purchase helps to feed hungry children in Timor-Leste. Ugly Cake Shop supports undernourished children in Timor-Leste by donating part of their profits to a school.



(Source: Anothersole)

Retailing shoes designed for women, Anothersole helps to raise funds by purchasing food supplies and funding sustainability for underfunded orphanages. They have a ‘Buy1Feed1’ ethos where 10% of profits go to benefiting children directly.

Hello Flowers


(Source: Hello Flowers)

Brighten up someone’s day with some blooms and extend your kindness to local women who are less fortunate. Hello Flowers employs women who have difficulties having a proper full-time job due to their lack of education, disabilities and health conditions, etc.


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