Helping Hands is a social business focused on restoring traditional Burmese teak furniture — a beautiful legacy in Myanmar. The business employs over 50 skilled artisans to work along side ex-street children, training them in the art and skill of furniture restoration. Together they bring old, unloved furniture back to life. You can pick up a stunning souvenir, send home beautifully carved teak furniture, or buy a local handicraft to take home and remember your trip to Myanmar.
Monday – Saturday
92b Ngar Htat Gyi Pagoda St. (near Campbell Ave.) Yangon, Myanmar (next to the Bahan Women Hospital)