Charlotte Goh’s charity spurs children’s creativity, critical thinking skills and confidence through open-ended play.
A growing movement of rescuers do. Tagging along on one such rescue mission, this writer learns that it’s not about finding freebies. It’s about reducing food waste, saying “no” to mindless consumerism, giving back to the community, and doing something purposeful for the Earth.
While many organisations have identified diversity and inclusion as a priority, employment practices and policy details need to be put in place, adds the presenter, advocate and long-time volunteer with Beyond Social Services.
Not all charities are created equal — the world’s most effective charities do much more good, per dollar spent, than typical charities, but they often lack the emotional pull that motivates donors to give. Psychological research points to a possible solution.
We speak to A Magazine’s subscription drive beneficiary Beyond Social Services’ Executive Director Gerard Ee on what it takes to dedicate yourself to community building.
The medical director of Drs Jiten & Caroline Medical Centre believes being generous is innate.
The Group COO of MWH Medical says stroke patients in Singapore are a relatively underserved group.
Inspiring entrepreneurship among youths can effect profound change, says the executive director of JHT Law Corporation.
The company director explains how men play a vital role in the treatment of breast cancer.
The host and advocate tells us why she wants to help flip the script on consumerism.
And it sure was a sweet night with more than $1 million raised for patients under its care.
Aside from supporting beleaguered restaurants and bars across the island, proceeds from the initiative will also go towards a new charity programme to help children from low-income households.