TER Enterprise Pte Ltd ( or TER in short ,and branding as "The Everyday Revolution") is a social enterprise to help special needs young adults who are able to do some artworks and handicrafts .The Company mission is to help incorporate their designs into lifestyle merchandise and/or commission works.
The Company focus on helping them to bring to market these products/services ,thereby giving this group of young adults a sense of self worth and an opportunity for income generation.
Our logo "The Everyday Revolution" symbolizes the daily struggle of these individuals who want to a better version of themselves and indeed see ongoing improvement and focusing on what they can do rather than on their limitations.
Besides creating the opportunities for these young adults to showcase their artistic talents we also believe strongly in developing these group to be more aware of others and help them connect socially through interactions via sport activities and social get -together.
Our vision is to help to build an eco-system for our this group by expanding beyond their artistic skills to life skills and be able to contribute back to society.
All these are only achievable only with the collaboration of the most important bedrock - our Caregivers i.e. family members, helpers, volunteers, corporate partners, like minded social enterprises and the support of governmental agencies and NGOs.
TER honours these dedicated Caregivers who create a safe, friendly and creative environment for these youth with special needs, facilitating socialization and participation in variety of activities and programs both onsite and in the community.
Thank you for EMBRACING DIFFERENT STROKES!
1. Autism Resource Centre, 20 Lengkok Bahru #01-07, Singapore 159053.
2. Pathlight Mall, 5 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Singapore 569739.
3. Smoke by Shou Sugi Ban Gallery, 7 Opal Crescent, Singapore 328402.
TER started with Sophia wanting to change people’s perspectives about the special needs community through art. She wanted to show Singapore’s community—which she has come to appreciate much more after living abroad for 5 years—and that there are so many things going great for the community and Singaporeans should learn to appreciate all the parts that make up Singapore.
Selina is a self starter who is known for "making things happen" as can be seen in the various social projects she gets involves in! She is also a mother of Kenny Tan, one of our artists and is now part of the TER team as our "can-do" operations manager!
Vincent is a veteran in the technology industry with over 40 years of experience in Fortune 500 companies as well as several start-ups. He is now a mentor and has taken up the role of finance manager with TER.