ABOUT AWFUL GRACE
Awful Grace ® is a social purpose movement that seeks to reach disenfranchised and hidden communities in Singapore and around the world. Driven by our belief in restorative justice and transformative justice, our activities and programmes are focused on bringing about personal, interpersonal as well social transformation.
Based on our ethos and philosophy, we partner with organisations and individuals who support the idea of honouring human dignity in the projects that we embark on. Our programmes are person-centred, build community spirit, and eventually owned by the community that we engage with.
This is a programme conceived and developed in Singapore which Awful Grace has been running since 2017. Consisting of two phases - Toki Formation and Kintsugi Transformation - The Journey is a holistic approach to the restoration and reintegration of individuals whose lives have been impacted by imprisonment or those who have experienced trauma.
The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise, raiSE is a sector developer and membership body for aspiring social entrepreneurs, existing social enterprises and other individuals and organisations that are interested in contributing to the development of the Social Enterprise sector. raiSE was set up to raise awareness on social entrepreneurship and raise support for Social Enterprise in Singapore.
Established in the 1950s, Singapore Coffee Association (SCA) is the official trade body in Singapore representing the country's coffee industry.
With members from the entire spectrum of the coffee industry from coffee traders, roasters, cafe owners, equipment suppliers and baristas, SCA aims to level up the coffee industry connecting Singapore and our members to the world of coffee through internationalisation, education and more.
The Singapore Coffee Association is a member to ASEAN Coffee Federation (ACF) as well as an affiliated competition sanction body by Specialty Coffee Association where we organised annually the Singapore National Coffee Championships (SNCC) series.
ASEAN Coffee Federation (ACF) was first conceived by a group of passionate ASEAN coffee industry players who are in constant pursuit of improving and developing the quality of ASEAN’s coffee beans, so as to compete in the world stage.
The inaugural meeting was held at Pattaya, Thailand in early 2010 where the members held their first brainstorming session on what they could do together in order to promote ASEAN coffee via a common vehicle, ACF. A subsequent meeting was held in Pakse, Laos on the 5th August 2010 where member country from Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia and Malaysia signed the historical Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) inking the pro temp formation of the Federation