Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities is proud to announce the launch of their first ever online store, “A Little Something Shop”, selling handicrafts and accessories made by the children and daycare families. All funds raised go directly to supporting the school, daycare and orphanage for disadvantaged children living with disabilities and serious illness.
“Our Camillian Home children, care-givers and staff members have been busy creating artworks, crafts, knitwear and much more to try and raise much needed funds for the Camillian Home. Every item you see on this page has been made with love and care,” says Kannika Tumma, Communication Development, Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities.
The Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities in Latkrabang has launched their first ever online store, “A Little Something Shop”, selling handicrafts and accessories made by the children and daycare families.
The project is part of the vocational training that the children and care givers receive at Camillian Home all free of charge. These life skills are meant to give them a sense of purpose and accomplishment as well as equipping them with a means of sustaining themselves. For each item that is sold, the child or adult who made the item by hand will receive a commission with the rest going to the Home to cover costs of food, education, therapy, electricity and other expenses that are used to keep the Home running.
Purchases can be made by visiting the website: http://www.camillianhomelatkrabang.org/a-little-something-shop/ and emailing [email protected] with the orders.
Camillian Home also has their on-site store under the same name, which accepts second hand donations of clothing, books and all household items.
About Camillian Home
Established in 2009 by Father Giovanni Contarin, Camillian Home is a registered non-profit children’s charity providing care and treatment for children living with disabilities and serious illness. Situated in Latkrabang, Camillian Home is one of the few facilities in Thailand dedicated to caring for these abandoned children in a family atmosphere, and it aims to serve as a model in caring for vulnerable children with special needs.