Starfish Project Love

One Starfish at a time.

Starfish Project

The Starfish Story

One day, an old man was walking along a beach that was littered with thousands of starfish that had been washed ashore by the high tide. As he walked, he came upon a young boy who was eagerly throwing the starfish back into the ocean, one by one.
Puzzled, the man looked at the boy and asked what he was doing. Without looking up from his task, the boy simply replied, “I’m saving these starfish, Sir”.
The old man chuckled aloud, “Son, there are thousands of starfish and only one of you. What difference can you make?”
The boy picked up a starfish, gently tossed it into the water and turned to the man, said, “I made a difference to that one!”

THANK YOU!

Your reusable mask purchase supports the livelihoods of these people! 

You!

The people we have had the privilege to meet along this journey! 

  • Yumin Primary School

  • Mdm Rao ordering for all her teaching and non teaching staffs
  • Delivering to Encik Keong

  • Tekong Mohawk Company Officer in Charge ordering for his Company.
  • Lionel

  • - So happy with the quality that I decided to order for my family members and colleagues
  • Chloe

  • She was so happy to recieve our handwritten note to her :)
  • Andrea

  • 16 year old Andrea baked cakes, sold it to her church group to raise funds to donate masks to the organisation 'Beautiful People'.

Yumin Primary School

Mdm Rao ordering for all her teaching and non teaching staffs

Delivering to Encik Keong

Tekong Mohawk Company Officer in Charge ordering for his Company.

Lionel

- So happy with the quality that I decided to order for my family members and colleagues

Chloe

She was so happy to recieve our handwritten note to her :)

Andrea

16 year old Andrea baked cakes, sold it to her church group to raise funds to donate masks to the organisation 'Beautiful People'.

Received the reuseable mask. Very comfortable and fits the face very well. Great customer service. Thank you to all that is behind this project! Super love. Thank you Kenneth and Lyn!

Kelvin Goh

Comfortable reusable masks of different sizes from A Gentleman's Tale.

Kudos to Kenneth & Lyn for their #starfishproject.Their project secures #SGjobs through the engagement of our seamstresses to sew the masks and also supports our textile retailers.

Best of all, it reduces wastage from the use of disposable masks. Let's keep our masks on and fight Covid-19 together!

Sky Huang

Thanks Chia Kenneth and Lyn Chan for the wonderful shirt material masks! Thanks for the customisation! Awesome job

Pravindren

Our Thoughts

  • Designing the Unfamiliar

    With no knowledge and background on designing a mask, we turned to the Internet, online journals, Japan and Taiwan masks sellers and designs availa...
  • The First Thought

    It was the middle of March where the effects of COVID 19 was starting to gain traction. Regulations and suggestions issued by the Government were being taken lightly and unheeded; all of it was indicating that stricter measures were going to be in place very soon. There were rumors that Singapore would be heading into what would be a ‘Lockdown’ or ‘Movement Control Order’, similar to other countries that had already implemented such measures.