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This holiday season, The Body Shop is teaming up with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS), local voluntary welfare organization for persons with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities, to grant them the wish of education. With your help, we aim to provide experiential learning classes for children 6 years old and below through the Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) – a programme that aims to maximize the developmental growth of each child by providing holistic and individual developmental programmes.

For every specially selected gift* you buy, The Body Shop will make a contribution to CPAS to fund a class for these children.

 

How is The Body Shop making a difference with CPAS this Christmas?

The Body Shop will be making a donation to CPAS with every specially selected gift purchased. Our special selection of gifts will help fund experiential classes for these children to prepare them for school admission and fulfill their wish of education.

 

How will these classes benefit the children?

These experiential classes offer opportunities for the child to learn social interaction skills, coping strategies, and independent living skills.

 

How many children will this project benefit?

The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) has 250 children from a few months to 6 years. These children will benefit from your support when you purchase our specially selected gifts.