Celebrating Racial Harmony Day 2022 at Boon Lay
CaringSG supported Boon Lay Racial Harmony Day 2022 on 30 Jul 2022, held at Boon Lay CC.
Twelve special needs families with fourteen children attended the event and enjoyed trying out various traditional games, snacks such as muah chee and kacang putih, and bouncy castle. Families could post a photo taken at the event on their Facebook with the hashtag #BLRHD2022 to stand a chance to win cash prizes.
Minister Desmond Lee, Adviser to Boon Lay Grassroots Organisations, joined in the festivities together with the families. This event was supported by 3 CAREkakis, 3 CAREambassadors, and 5 CaringSG staff and volunteers.
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For all the caregivers out there, we see you care. And we care for you, too. For all the professionals who are out there, thank you for coming together with caregivers to learn and grow together.
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