Celebrate World Mental Health Day with The Charity Home Bakers Omakase Baked Boxes Fundraising Inititatve

Omakase Baked Boxes

@thecharityhomebakers, a team of three home bakers Lydia Law and Kelly Hill, both mothers and founders that came together in 2020 to run a series of Charity Bake Sales has launched a fund-raising effort to bring better awareness for parents to be more involved with their children’s mental wellness in collaboration with Limitless. The initiative aims to provide more sessions of free therapy for the Singaporean youths-at-risk (aged 12 – 25 years old) by selling specially curated “Omakase Baked Boxes” which consists of a variety of home bakes, from brownies to cookies baked by 6 different home bakers who share the same concerns and enthusiasm for better Youth Mental Wellness.

For the Youth Mental Wellness initiative in collaboration with Limitless, each box is priced at S$55 per order and is available for order from 10th October to 14th October and will be available for self-collection on Saturday, 16th October 2021. Special delivery arrangements will be made for orders that are for donation only.

All orders and payment can be made directly on the order information available on their Instagram account @thecharityhomebakers. 100% of the profits from the sale of these boxes will be made as a direct donation to Limitless, a non-profit organization founded to help youths build hope and find worth, as a fundraising effort to support their youth mental health programs.

An hour of therapy session with Limitless is pegged at S$55, hence the price of S$55 for the Omakase Baked Box. Each therapy session aims to help to improve the youth’s mental health by being the first step in guiding them from depression, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and trauma.

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To celebrate World Mental Health Day on 10th October 2021, Sunday, Lydia, and Kelly will also be hosting a 1-hour livestream from 11AM – 12PM on their own Instagram account, @thecharityhomebakers, to share a simple baking recipe and host a live baking demonstration.

Additionally, they are making this initiative more special by providing customers the option to donate their baked boxes to Food Bank Singapore. This is to show appreciation to their dedicated yet often forgotten volunteers who have been delivering food to their beneficiaries (predominantly families with financial difficulties and from low income), even during the Covid pandemic lockdown. These baked boxes will be delivered on Saturday, 16 October 2021 to Food Bank Singapore to coincide with their special car rally event where volunteers will be delivering food to their beneficiaries all over Singapore in conjunction with World Food Day.

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