Picture showing CEO SG Enable, Ms Ku Geok Boon, President, Autism Resource Centre, Ms Denise Phua, SVP Singapore Airlines, Yeo Phee Teik, and Speaker, Tan Chuan Jin
Fostering Collaborations

i'mable celebrates the abilities of all.

Seeking partners from the public, private and people sectors, our collaborations want to change perceptions of persons with disabilities, create more opportunities for them, and encourage all to take positive action towards a more inclusive society.


Special Artists' Designs Take Flight!

This collaboration is the first initiative of SG Enable’s i'mable campaign.

The in-flight products of Singapore Airlines (SIA) provide the canvasses to catapult the artworks of persons with disabilities onto an international stage. The first of such products – snack boxes containing refreshments for Economy Class customers – features artwork by artists with autism from the Artist Development Programme (ADP). The ADP is an initiative under Pathlight School, which is a programme under Autism Resource Centre. SIA customers can also look forward to more in-flight products featuring artworks from these special talents in time to come.

Photo of artist with caregiver
Photo of i'mable snack box
Photo of Ms Ku Geok Boon addressing everyone.
Portrait shot of Mr Tan Chuan-Jin
Mr Tan Chuan-Jin sharing with the crowd
Artists smiling at the camera
Photo of artists painting



Turning Interest Into Action

Artists with disabilities - Wesley Seah, and Natalie Yap and Chen Zhiyu from TOUCH Community Services - conducted hands-on workshops and showed off their craftsmanship at the Singapore Visitor Centre.
This project was done in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board.

Photo of event signage
Photo of participants at the visitor centre
Photo of Natalie interacting with the public.
Photo of participants engaged in workshop
Photo of artists Natalie and Zhiyu with their art designs
Photo of Zhiyu sharing his artworks with children.
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Photo of Wesley guiding participants at his workshop
Photo of Wesley and his workshop participants holding up their calligraphy work.
Photo of Wesley at work
Photo of Wesley showcasing his calligraphy work to the participants


i'mable fostered the collaborations between Kenneth Lee and Singapore Bicentennial Office. Kenneth's artwork is featured on a pouch and a jigsaw puzzle, and was up for sale at the Bicentennial Experience at Fort Canning Centre, and Naiise stores in Singapore.


Combining the elements on inclusivity through CNY goodies made by persons with disabilities in Enabling Village with sustainable fabric packaging by Sowing Room, a social enterprise that creates delightful things from fabrics and textiles sewn by abused and at-risk women. 

Pouch with New Year Goodies Made by Persons with Disabilities.