Sunday, December 18, 2016


Bake With Dignity's dine-in bakery is opening soon!

3-5pm on the 14th of January 2017

We can't wait to see you all there!

We still have a wishlist of things we have yet to find the budget to buy. We are hoping on your kind hospitality to provide the funds/items for us so our kitchen will be fully equipped.
1. Industrial food processor
2. Small tables and chairs
3. Bookshelves
4. Hand mixers


For the second year running, D&S is hosting a fun run event. Last year's event received an overwhelming response from participants and we can't wait to welcome you once again to join us in our efforts!
This Fun Run  has become an avenue for us to continue our efforts to raise public awareness of the incredible abilities of many learning disabled individuals and their phenomenal achievements despite their limitations.

Watch this space for more information!

Bake with Dignity now has space of it's own!

BWD Found a New Home!

The growth of Bake with Dignity is like a seed sown into the ground that has sprouted and now looking for more space to flourish. For the past seven years, Bake with Dignity has been sharing the very kitchen used for D&S supported living programme in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur.

From a humble 6-litre oven, we invested in a 56-litre Zanussi Oven Stove. As more orders came in especially during the festive seasons, we bought a gas-fired industrial oven with a capacity of baking 20kg/hour.  As the business continues to grow, the space in the kitchen has grown tighter too - a challenge for one of our members who is a wheelchair user. Ventilation is also an issue. When the industrial oven is on for extended period, it is a challenge to keep cookie doughs and bakers cool.

Today, we are proud to announce that we have moved to a brand new site! In order to create more job opportunities for our members with higher functioning skills, the site will feature a cafĂ© to serve walk-in customers. 

We will also host baking classes on weekends. Classes will be opened to Persons with Learning Disabilities 17 years old and above as well as parents/caregivers who want to learn to bake in order to teach their children/charges.

Holiday baking programmes are also in the pipeline for anyone who simply wants to learn to cook and bake – there’s something for everyone!

Monday, September 14, 2015

Annual baking marathon for SDB

We completed our latest baking marathon for SDB Annual General Meeting!!
Congratulations bakers and thank you SDB for your support throughout the years!
It has been a pleasure baking for you.

Happy faces at the end of a successful marathon!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

International Charity Day Carnival by MagnumCares

            Last Saturday was a little different from our regular weekends, we woke up bright and early but this time, we headed to a different park and not for the purpose of carrying out our morning exercises. We were headed to the Taman Jaya park to attend a carnival organised by MagnumCares.

            We have been very fortunate to received support from Magnum 4D for the last two years and this year, in conjunction with World International Charity Day, MagnumCares organised a large-scaled carnival in order to support D&S and 7 other non-governmental organisations. 
             Dignity & Services was offered a booth which functioned both as an information booth as well as to sell products made from Bake With Dignity as part of our contribution to the carnival. We sold herb bread loaves, Salted caramel fudge brownies, Fudge brownies, Durian loaves, Pandan loaves, Chempedak cake loaves, Coffee walnut cookies, Cranberry cookies and Pineapple tarts. Within a few hours, all our baked goods were sold out and that feeling of accomplishment truly overwhelmed us!

           Once we were done with our responsibilities, we had time to enjoy the carnival. Although all our members have families that they return to at the end of the program, not many are able to enjoy luxuries such as going to a carnival or being a part of a large community gathering. This may be due to varied reasonable circumstances. Thus, this was a beautiful opportunity truly cherished by all of them. Nicholas and Keat Lai enjoyed trying out all different food available, Onn enjoyed the drums played during the Lion dance, Tiong thoroughly enjoyed all the dance performances while dancing to the beat with his own steps and Foustina, the latest addition to the D&S Team enjoyed the whole atmosphere of the carnival which was very different from the atmosphere back in Sabah.

          Thank you MagnumCares for your support through the years and for this memorable experience that we will keep with us for a long time to come. Although we did not manage to take many pictures, here are a few pictures of our booth and our group pictures.

Setting up the stall
Final group picture after a long, fun-filled day!

Party time!