Threads of Courage is a community project that empower individuals who are unable to secure or retain employment, providing an opportunity for participants to supplement their household income through the equipping of sewing skills to make products for sale.
Threads of Courage is a community project by Fei Yue Family Service Centre targeted at individuals who fall through the cracks. Unable to find or secure permanent employment because of health or family circumstances, these individuals are keen and motivated to learn skills and earn a supplementary income for their families. Threads of Courage equips individuals with sewing skills to make products and allow these individuals to sell the items and keep the profits.
Threads of Courage believes in empowering these individuals to take control and change their situations. We believe in providing sustainable forms of help that allows client to adopt the “I can do it” attitude.
These products are great as gifts and can be purchased at our pop-up booths, through private orders as well as corporate orders! We are also constantly on the look out for sponsors and like-minded partners to come alongside us in this journey of empowering these individuals.
If you are keen to support our cause through sales or in providing resources, please email us at [email protected]
Marriage Dance is a therapeutic group work for married couples who are experiencing marital problems. The group work delivered in a 3 days 2 nights hotel staycation format, provides couples with uninterrupted quality time for each other to improve marital relationships and aims to address common marital challenges faced by couples.
Couples are provided a safe space to share challenges experienced in their marital relationships, foster better understanding of each other’s emotional needs and expectations, and are equipped and empowered with strategies and skills to resolve common marital issues so as to achieve a renewed level of intimacy and commitment in the marriage.
The group work also compromises of a “Renewal, Closure & Celebration” ceremony on a following weekend, whereby couples renew their marriage vows for each other, witnessed by their family and loved ones.
“Dialogue/discussion session with other couples was a real eye opener. The facilitators shared many useful techniques which I find valuable and able to apply myself” – Participant from March 2018 run
Marriage Dance is on hold till further notice.
“Beautiful Mind is not a mind that is perfect but with struggles….”
– Participant from 2016 run
Beautiful Minds is a therapeutic group work designed for middle aged women whose lives have been dominated with unhelpful stories of themselves since “depression” entered their life. The group work aims to re-discover hidden and forgotten stories of their values, beliefs, commitments, skills and knowledge, and in turn help them develop a more helpful story of themselves while living and learning to cope with “depression”.