Here’s Why You Must Visit Melting Hearts Cakes, A Bakery Run By Special Children

An initiative by the Adarsh Charitable Trust, Melting Hearts Cakes is a bakery that gives special children an opportunity to be independent. 

Since 1998, Adarsh Charitable Trust has trained and rehabilitated children with special needs in Kerala. From developmental training to academic coaching, they have inculcated skills and confidence among differently-abled children. Melting Hearts Cakes is a part of their vocational initiative. It’s a bakery that is located in Udaymperoor in Ernakulam. All the products are made from scratch with freshly made dough and bases before being decorated and packaged for sale.

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Around 14 young adults above the age of 18 years have been trained to make bakery items such as chappathis, cakes, and sandwiches. There are staff employees to guide them every step of the way. They are given a stipend amount for their work. This not only helps them nurture a skill but also gives them a future to look forward to while being self-independent.

Melting Hearts Cakes

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Melting Hearts Cakes

So many benefits come with working together as a group. A lot of them have made new friends to socialise with. Melting Hearts Cakes is all about giving differently-abled children a chance to be successful in what they do. That’s exactly why you should head over there and give their products a try.

As part of Adarsh Charitable Trust‘s vocational training unit, children are taught cake making, candle making, chappathi making, and paper bag making. Imparting these skills has only benefited the children. It would be great if you could lend your support.

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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