FRCS Charity Gala Dinner featuring performance by The TENG Ensemble
It was an incredible night at the Foundation of Rotary Clubs (FRCS) Charity Gala Dinner last Monday! A sincere thank you to all our donors, Rotarians, staff, and everyone who contributed to its success 🌟
The MOU signing between Rotary Club of Singapore East, Rotary Club of Changi and CANVAS took place on on 15th June 2023, Thursday. This partnership aims to help ex-offenders in their rehabilitation journey by keeping them meaningfully engaged through art.
Our residents at ECC have been enjoying weekly traditional desserts and soup after morning exercise, prepared and cooked by volunteers, Frederick and Jackie. Honoured to have Bukit Gombak Mayor Ms Low Yen Ling sharing this goodness with our seniors.
We invited the team at SSO to FRCS Eldercare & Caregivers Centre, where they learnt more about the meaningful work that we do. Mr Chew Ghim Bok, Chairman of FRCS, also presented the cheque to Mr Kenneth Kwok, CEO of SSG.
Musicians from the Teng Ensemble visited the FRCS ECC to perform for our beneficiaries as part of their #TENGGivesBack initiative. They performed nostalgic melodies which the seniors enjoyed immensely.
We held a Donor Appreciation Dinner to recognise the generous contributions for the FRCS House project. Organised by the FRCS House Committee, it was an enjoyable evening of wine, good food and great company.
The Share-a-Pot programme runs in cycles of 12 weeks to facilitate regular monitoring of our participating seniors' fitness levels, and track their progress through the physical, functional and psycho-social assessments.
Proceeds from the Rotary Flag Day will be channeled towards the FRCS ECC, Youths-at-Risk as well as the funding and implementation of service projects by our foundation, Rotary Clubs, Interact and Rotaract Clubs in Singapore.
The Rotary Club of Singapore has partnered with Yishun Health’s community health program. Share-a-Pot @ HOME seeks to bring the program to the beneficiaries to their homes while abiding by safe management measures.
FRCS FSC and SG Cares VC @ Clementi supported a joint project by the Rotary Club of Singapore East, Rotary Club of Tanjong Pagar, and Go With the Flow. Rotarians and volunteers sorted and packed 240 Care Packages, which was then redistributed to Beneficiaries.
Rotary Happiness Fund – The Rotaract Club of Singapore partnered with Party Mojo, SIT Sign Language Club and SA Deaf to host an hour of mini games and a terrarium workshop with 15 beneficiaries from SA Deaf.
Rotary Club of Singapore in collaboration with FRCS raised funds to build a new kitchen for Willing Hearts to double their capacity to serve the rising number of food-insecure persons in Singapore to 20,000 meals a day.