Simple craft class was conducted recently to our group of single mothers and underprivileged women at Reading Station. We are glad that all participants enjoyed learning new fresh sewing skill , opportunity to explore and unleash their creativity.
Well done all! :D
Hi there! Here is our single parent sharing her experience embarking on the jumblestation e-store. We at Parents Without Partners, are indeed, very proud of her and her children :D Visit www.jumblestation.com.my
to support Chausri's home made, Lakhsya Lesha's delicious cookies today!
Jumblestation Operation Manager, Adrian Ong, will be training our single mom to sew traditional wedding costumes with headdresses which will be sold online soon :D He is even training our single mom, to design custom made boxes and doll packaging :D
Here are some beautiful, exclusive wedding costumes designed by Adrian Ong. If you have these dolls (single or pair which are still in good condition), doll stands, shoes and even fabrics, donate them to us at Recycle Centre JAYA One outlet or at Jumblestation USJ 1, Subang Jaya.
Do you have any Barbie or Ken dolls (single or pair) still in good condition that you don't need? Here is what you could do, simply donate them to us at our outlet in, JAYA One or USJ 1 Subang Jaya, because we will be training our single parents to sew clothes to fit these dolls and sell through our online store! www.jumblestation.com.my Thanks a bunch and we sincerely appreciate your kind support!
Financial Literacy Program (FLP). Facilitator for FLP Bryan, shared with us the participants for FLP gave their fullest attention, they were eager to learn and put to practice in their daily lives. We are glad to share, they are making good progress through out the program. Participants will be graduating soon in November 2018, and we are certainly looking forward to see breakthroughs in their lives! Well done and keep going everyone!
This year MyClassic Car celebrated Merdeka with some 120 special children from various organisation, and one of which was Parents Without Partners.
The ride in vintage car started from The Spastic Children's Association PJ to SS15 / 2E field for light breakfast and activity and lastly to Lake View Club for lunch. The event started from 10am and ended at 3pm.
At SS15 / 2E field, children enjoyed some light breakfast and sing our "Negaraku", "Sejahtera Malaysia" followed by "Jalur Gemilang". After which children gathered and seated in one big circle for an activity called Drum Circle, whereby they make music using percussion and other instruments as well. Surprisingly many of them were attentive, followed instruction and very much enjoyed playing these instruments although it was loud!
Soon after everyone gathered for a group photo session, waving our National flag high, proudly and cheering Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!
The ride continued from the field to Lake View Club for lunch.
Mr. Michael Sundram, chairman for vintage care ride together with MyClassic Car Director Mr. Rukshan gave a short welcome speech to all. Present for the lunch were, YB Michelle Ng, Datin Paduka Khadijah from Community Support Network and other VIP's. Soon after, cheque donation was presented to all organisation present. Counsellor Jenn from ADUN Subang presented a cheque amounting RM3,200.00 to Parents Without Partners, received by Ms. Jaya.B. This donation is greatly appreciated and will be used to support Parents Without Partners's cause.
Insightful talk and teaching on various financial areas including managing personal finance to a group of single parents by Bryan, through the Financial Literacy Program (FLP) Participants enjoyed sharing and learning through the sessions.
GCU Consultants Sdn Bhd: 3R Program with Parents Without Partners.
GCU was planning to do a CSR activity called 3R Program: Recycle, Reuse and Reduce. One of the idea to ensure the 3R program a success, came about when Mr. Alan from GCU, spotted Jumble Station in Jaya One, selling pre- loved items to support single parents who are in dire need. Without wasting much time, GCU begin collecting pre-loved items from all staff members such as books, accessories, kitchen ware and many more which are still in good condition.
GCU also extended an invitation to PWP's Social Coordinator, Ms. Jaya to share about PWP’s noble cause to 28 staffs. During the talk, many inspired to work together to help the community and glad to know GCU’s staffs are also sharing their time and resources within their means, to support the underprivileged community. Kudos!
After the talk, a cash donation of RM500.00 was presented together with a framed certificate as a token of appreciation, by GCU Consultant Sdn Bhd Director, Ms. Sharmeelee to PWP’s Social Coordinator, Ms. Jaya.B.
Our heartfelt thanks to GCU Consultant Sdn. Bhd. and team, for the effort and contributions towards PWP’s cause!