CMCO: Bake With Dignity, a social enterprise for people with special needs, hard hit

Photos By Pang Hin Yue
  • Living
  • Thursday, 15 Oct 2020

A file photo of a volunteer (left) with a special needs baker at the Bake with Dignity kitchen in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

To cope with the first movement control order (MCO) in March, Bake with Dignity – a social enterprise that provides paid employment for people with learning disabilities – sold vouchers in order to secure some income for rent and salaries.

“The team decided to sell vouchers that could be redeemed for baked goods and savoury foods later,” said Pang Hin Yue, job coach and supervisor in charge of kitchen operations.

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