LampPost Project returns with Furoshiki carryall
Sewn from upcycled National Day banners by less-privileged Singaporeans, The LampPost Project is back time with a trendy Furoshiki Carryall filled with local favourites and sustainable goodies to raise funds for the Community Chest.
This year’s flagship product is the collapsible LampPost Furoshiki carryall. Each bag comes with a selection of handpicked local favourites and sustainable merchandise from BreadTalk Group.
Retailing for S$38 (worth S$60 in value), the limited-edition range goes on sale at Lamppoststyle.com. Supporters can bolster the donation by gifting purchased charity package(s) to the Community Chest for distribution to their beneficiaries. BreadTalk Group will also donate one hundred units to the social service agency. The proceeds will support the sewers and benefit the Community Chest’s elderly homes.
Since its launch in 2017, The LampPost Project has upcycled National Day banners and flags into commemorative tote bags and other merchandise in aid of non-profit organisations and rallied nationwide support from Singaporeans and local business leaders. For the first time in 2021, the project is now supported by the NDP Executive Committee and recognised by the Singapore Government’s City of Good NDP campaign.