Puttot Children Program

Puttot Children Program is a Corporate Social Responsibility CSR project of Puttot Singapore Pte. Ltd. We have learnt that no one is ever too small to make a difference. Since the start of business, our founders who are parent themselves, have always feel responsible towards its children community. To us, no matter who you are, you should feel physically safe, mentally healthy, and have equal access to opportunity. The best way to create the future is to be part of it!

December 2023, Morning Star Community Services

Happiness with Floral Workshop

Delighted to collaborate with Morning Star Community Service! Conducted a floral workshop for both children and the elderly, spreading the delight of flower arranging. Filled with laughter, creativity, and flourishing connections, this heartening CSR initiative reflects our commitment to giving back. Together, we're sowing
seeds of positivity!

December 2022, NUS Project HAK

Colour with OOLY Donation

Project HAK is an international expedition programme launched by the National University of Singapore's Rotaract Club. Puttot is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the good cause and have supported with a donation of OOLY poster paint pods. The NUS student volunteers helped their children beneficiaries in Laos villages, and provided them with opportunities to learn English and positive art experiences.

December 2021, SG Cares

Christmas Spirit of Giving Initative

Embracing the tradition of giving during the Christmas season, Puttot partnered SG Cares Volunteer Centre @ Jalan Besar sharing holiday cheers and joy with over 200 needy families and children in the community with lots of gifts of Kemy Kids snacks.

September 2020, Club Rainbow

StaySafe Donation Drive

Many families experienced a strange period with uncertainties and challenges with the sudden outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020. Puttot donated a dollar for every piece sold, when they launched Polaroid Eyewear StaySafe shields. Proceeds from its campaign goes into helping underprivilege children and families by providing necessities through their chosen charity foundation, Club Rainbow (Singapore).