Motherswork Gives Back

Motherswork takes great pride in the reputation it has built in the premium mother and baby industry in Singapore and will continue this leadership role by giving back to the community.

"We live in a world where we meet happy loving parents everyday who could afford the very best for their babies. But let us not forget those mothers and babies who are less fortunate. We must do our part to give back to the community in which we do business."
- Sharon Wong, Founder and CEO of motherswork

The team at Motherswork often organizes events in the stores to create awareness and raise funds for these respective adopted charities:

  • Ahuva Good Shepherd, Marymount Center for women and children, a nurturing and safe; residential care to girls aged between 4 and 16 years old
  • Good Shepherd Centre, a crisis shelter where teenagers, women, mothers and their children as well as foreign domestic workers can rebuild their lives after domestic violence & abuse
  • Singapore Children’s Cancer Foundation, where we worked with Bugaboo to auction a limited edition stroller to raise funds. Click here to read the article.
  • Bethel School for Blind children in Beijing, a dedicated organisation that supports China'sblind and visually impaired orphaned population. Click below to view how these kids celebrated Christmas with us.
  • Singapore Children Society, Click below to view the photoshoot event to create calendars to raise funds for the 1000 enterprises for children-in-need programme.

In 2015, The “Motherswork Gives Back” Program expanded to supporting new Singaporean baby businesses. “Over the last 18 years, we’ve grown alongside an ambitious band of parents who have now become business owners and respected entrepreneurs in their fields. Staying true to our founding principle, we want to continue our partnership with these parents by providing a platform for them to showcase and grow their businesses right here at Motherswork”, says Sharon Wong.

Sharon also volunteers as a mentor to Bakipa, a curated mobile shopping platform for quality children's products and CRIB society, a social enterprise that aims to empower women to become successful entrepreneurs.