GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD CAUSES
Made using traditional methods, with the finest ingredients: Flour (with calcium, iron, niacin, thiamin), sugar, butter(22%), milk; natural pandan flavouring, gula melaka, desiccated coconut.
Enjoy our collaboration with New Ubin Seafood; these delightful and sumptuously indulgent morsels are infused with a generous dosage of gula Melaka complemented with notes of aromatic pandan and desiccated coconut. Perfect as a souvenir or a gift, they are ideal for a well-deserved afternoon tea-break. All proceeds raised from the sale goes directly to SADeaf and MVS.
Cookies are sold at $10 per 145g bottle.
All cookies are not halal-certified, but ingredients are halal-compliant
Due to overwhelming orders, the cookie sale is now closed! Thanks for your support!
Payment instructions: Upon placing of order, a QR code will be sent to you for payment. Please screenshot the payment and attach the screenshot in your email.
Delivery: We are not offering delivery service. Upon payment, cookies can be collected at SADeaf, Monday to Friday (9am – 5pm).
The Singapore Association For the Deaf
The leading organisation in advocating equal opportunity, in all aspects, for the Deaf and supporting the Deaf to reach their full potential. Our mission is to assist the Deaf to achieve a better quality of life and to enable them to integrate and contribute to society.
Mountbatten Vocational School
Mountbatten Vocational School (MVS) is an ITE Approved Training Centre. Established in 1975, Mountbatten Vocational School opened its doors initially to train deaf youths to be skilled workers. Due to the needs of the community, it began taking in trainees with other special educational needs in the later years, offering ITE Skills Certificate (ISC) in Food Preparation, F&B Service and Housekeeping Operations. MVS believes in leaving no one behind and strives to maximise our students’ potential and social integration.
New Ubin Seafood
Hailing from Pulau Ubin—an offshore island northeast of mainland Singapore—with over three decades, two generations and a cult following of foodies, young and old, to its name, New Ubin has carved a reputation for retaining its rustic roots and kampong essence whilst delivering an inimitable tze char ingenuity that has been shaped alongside the Singaporean palate over the years. Most notably, the homegrown brand was a Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient for three consecutive years (2016-2018) since the guide launched its inaugural edition in Singapore. With an upscale restaurant in the city centre CHIJMES cluster (2018), a hotel restaurant in Zhongshan Park (2018), and a canteen cluster village-style concept in Tampines (2019), present-day New Ubin promises a ‘Truly Singaporean’ tze char experience from the moment you arrive, wherever you dine.