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Community events

Our joy in learning and crafting is deeply rooted in the shared exchange of knowledge and experiences, and the warm collaboration of ideas within our community.


Every quarter, we organise different community events such as community challenges and soap drives, crafted to inspire, share, and give back to our wonderful community. 


Soap making challenges

Soap challenges are a fantastic chance for fellow crafters to enhance their skills and enjoy the creative process! While prior experience in basic cold process soap making is necessary, our challenges welcome crafters beyond the Sugar & Spice community. Winners of the challenges will also receive up to $100 soap making credits to continue their soap crafting journey.

Happening now:
Christmas Soap Des
ign 2023
Challenge (4 Nov - 11 Dec)

Get into the festive spirit and sprinkle some holiday magic into your celebrations by crafting Christmas-inspired soaps. Join the fun for a

friendly fee of $20, and stand a chance to win $100 worth of soap making credits. Let's make this season extra special together! 🎄

Discover creations from our past challenges

Soap donation drives

Sustainable crafting is fundamental to our approach at Sugar & Spice. One way we do this is by hosting soap drives. We encourage and welcome contributions of handmade soaps, whether they are soap ends, or unused soap from your test batches that are still in good condition. 


Join us at our quarterly soap drives, where you can contribute any excess creations from your crafting endeavours to support communities in need.

January Soap Drive


Learn more about the initiatives
we support through our soap drives
Soap cycling logo.jpg

Soap Cycling Singapore (SCSG) is a non-profit social enterprise that collaborates with hotels, students, corporates, volunteers, and charities to recycle soap. In a bid to enhance sanitation and hygiene, SCSG gathers, cleans, and rejuvenates gently used soap on the verge of disposal by the hospitality industry. Additionally, SCSG aims to involve the community in addressing hygiene and sanitation issues. Their initiatives contribute to recycling endeavours, promoting sustainable living, and enhancing the hygiene standards of vulnerable communities in both Singapore and the region.

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