“Most of them wore bright smiles while participating in the activities.”
By: Baron Yong Jiarong Samuth, Lee Jun Xi, Jerrel, Lim Qin Tong Quinnton, Isaac Lee Yi Zhe, Ryan Tay Lei Hui, Alwin Woon Junxian
Encourage greater interaction between the community and the elderly.
Honour and appreciate the elderly for their contributions to Singapore.
Queenstown Secondary School.
60 elderly were invited to share personal anecdotes (of their growing years).
Participants were invited to participate in various activities, including games. Handwritten thank-you notes were also presented to participants.
“Is there a need to thank someone for doing their job?”
By: Su Qing Huang Johnathan , Ryan Chan, Tan Yi Wei, Tan Yi Jun, Reagan Kay Jung Hung, Michael Yang Yao An
To address that all jobs matter and acknowledge the service of individuals in jobs perceived as thankless.
To recognise the service staff who dedicate their time and energy to meet the needs of the people.
Dawson Shopping Centre.
Members of the public were encouraged to write appreciation notes for those who worked at the mall; the notes were later collated and given to the manager of the mall.
Conversing with shoppers, the cadets hope to inspire more recognition for the workers.