Monthly Archives: December 2012

A KASU Christmas


KASU EMPORIUM wishes everyone all the


And the Grinch, with his Grinch-feet ice cold in the snow, stood puzzling and puzzling, how could it be so? It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags. And he puzzled and puzzled ’till his puzzler was sore. Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before…. Continue reading

Our first donation

Thank you to all those who have purchased something from KASU EMPORIUM!

As you probably know, all sales at KASU EMPORIUM generate donations for people in need.

Our donations may take the form of buying equipment (to date, a sewing machine and a generator), education costs for a child of poor parents, school books for impoverished village schools, medical costs or many other much needed items. I have travelled extensively to meet the people we are donating to in order to ascertain that our donations are placed well.

After trading for several months now, we have delivered our first donation to The Centre for _new_sewing_machineCulture and Development  (CCD) in Tamil Nadu, India.
I delivered the donation personally to the Director of CCD, Mr Samy Arul, who went out immediately to buy a Merritt sewing machine, made by Singer.  The machine is a sturdy treadle style as there is no electricity in the village.
Later in the day, we drove to the village of Perumbedu, near the east coast of Tamilnadu to deliver the gift. It was a rather perilous journey over rough village roads but we, and the machine, arrived safely.

The ladies were very excited to get a new sewing machine which will happy_face2.1enable them to learn sewing skills so that they can earn a living. It was wonderful to be there to deliver our first donation it on behalf of all our KASU customers. See some smiling faces from Perumbedu village at top and left.

To all customers of KASU EMPORIUM,

a big THANK YOU!

You are making a difference to people’s lives!