“Being thoughtful for the next user contributes to a better environment for all.”
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Beach Cleaning Project
By: Brian Liew, Aaron Lee Xuan, Evans Soh Feng Xian, Paramasivam Shaveen Gajaananan, Wee Fan Hao, Kiefer Siow
Inspire civic mindedness and encourage greater consideration and appreciation for the environment and those who care for it.
The appearance and functionality of an environment depend on the efforts of all.
West Coast Park.
Spoke about shared responsibility and encouraged the public to start by cleaning up after themselves and respecting facilities.
Corrected the misconception that cleaners should be relied upon in ensuring the cleanliness of the environment.
“A greater understanding of the condition would prevent others from being overly-cautious around patients with diabetes and treat them differently.”
By: Roderick Tanuwijaya, Marvel Chiam Jiaqi, Jonas Lim En Jie, Nithish S/O Singanathan, Liu Wenxin, Gabriel Chiang Jun Yang, Isaiah Lim Hann, Edmund Lim Ming Xian, Joshua Chan Jie Rong, Jonah Sua, Boi Yen Zhen Johann, Theodore Wang Tze Ee
Reduce the stigma associated with diabetes.
Ongoing support can help provide an outlet for patients to express themselves and reduce potential complications.
Toa Payoh Lorong 4 Food Centre.
In addition to distributing flyers, 70 participants were also challenged to take a pledge against diabetes.
The types of diabetes and its causes and symptoms were explained to members of the public.
Return Your Tray, Make Someone's Day
“Small acts of kindness can have a significant impact on our community and the people around us.”
By: Chan Bo Xiang,Edric, Iain Yeow Wei Han, Chenho Matthew Cheong, Ramanathan Annamalai, Amir Hyder Bin Mohamed Feisal, Foo Chuan Wee, Zachary Chua, Joshua Teo Kai Siang, Tham Lishen, Ganesan Sugavignesh, Devanathan Nishant, Bryan Loo Pei Le
Promote gracious behaviours in hawker centres.
When effort is made to show kindness in day-to-day activities, it is possible to create a gracious society,
Ghim Moh Hawker Centre.
Shared with 80 diners on how returning trays to appropriate stations results in a greater dining experience.
Gave out tissue packets with handwritten notes to encourage patrons to return their trays after use.
Interacting With Dementia Patients At Yong Eng Care Centre
“Dementia is not just about poor memory. It leads to poor cognitive ability and a great increase in reliance on others.”
By: Herman Phua Wei Heng, Daryl Christian Tang Jun Kai, Naresh Nehru, Chong Ee Herng, Jothimani Sivasankari Vishal, Joshua Lee Ze Quan, Julian Tan Jin Yong, Nathan Choo Zi Xu, Ng Kang Qi, Andrew Chew Wai Kiat, Yong Yi-Tze Elliot
Inspire greater tolerance for patients diagnosed with dementia.
Dementia is a condition which affects people mentally and emotionally; patients have difficulties expressing themselves, which causes misunderstandings.
Yong En Care Centre’s Dementia Day Care Service (DDCS) in Chinatown.
Interacting with 40 residents, they found that patience is key in engaging dementia patients.
Conducted a series of activities to encourage care and kindness for people diagnosed with dementia.