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Denim Samsui Woman EZ-Link Cardholder


A small denim Samsui Woman pouch with multi-purpose features – a main pouch to keep an EZ-Link card, a ring to hold your keys and a side pocket for money or small notes.

by Singapore Anglican Community Services

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SKU: SACS23. Categories: , , . Tag: . Item sold: 6

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The hard work of the iconic Samsui Woman should never be forgotten.

This EZ-Link cardholder was designed and created from recycled denim fabric by disadvantaged mothers with a wish to carry on the legendary tales of the Samsui women. It can function as an EZ-Link cardholder, a key holder and a mini money pouch. You no longer need to worry about rummaging through your backpack or bag or your wallet when you board the bus or when you’re stuck at your door.

Not only are your worries over, you reduce the worries of these single mothers and women recovering from psychiatric illnesses as you help them move toward a dignified and economically sustainable life.



  • 30 g
  • 16 x 8 x 1 cm
  • Recycled denim material
  • Main pocket for EZ-Link card
  • Side pocket for notes and chits
  • Metal ring to hold the keys
  • Machine washable


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Singapore Anglican Community Services

Singapore Anglican Community Services

The passion to make a difference in the lives of others spurred Mrs. Catherine Thomas and Mr. Francis Thomas to start a ministry more than 50 years ago, to provide a clinic and counselling for the poor. Later, the ministry evolved into SACS which steadily grew in their mission to provide hope and care to the lost, broken-hearted and the handicapped. Today, SACS is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) providing professional services to over 2000 clients. It serves three distinctive groups of clients: those recovering from mental illnesses, disadvantaged women, and individuals with autism. SACS aims to provide refuge and heal wounded hearts that are marginalized by society. Read More