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​On the afternoon of 11 June, 31 youths from CARE Singapore, accompanied by staff-volunteers of Singapore Turf Club visited The Bicentennial Experience at Fort Canning Centre. The showcase enabled the youths to enrich their learning and gain a deeper understanding of Singapore’s 700-year history through a series of immersive, interactive and multimedia displays. The outing provided an opportunity for staff to engage with youths and spread good cheer with goodie bags for everyone. 


A Good Day Out – Tote Board 30th Anniversary Carnival


Twenty children from Singapore Children’s Society Sunbeam Place and 10 staff volunteers from Singapore Turf Club and Tote Board celebrated Tote Board‘s 30th Anniversay at “A Good Day Out” Carnival at the Meadow, Gardens By The Bay on 10 February 2018. Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong was the Guest-Of-Honour for the launch of the carnival. The carnival was a gathering of beneficiaries from government agencies, non-profit organisations, social service organisations and social enterprises, to share the various grantmaking projects that have made an impact to the community. The children and volunteers had an enjoyable morning despite the hot and humid weather and Miss Universe Singapore winner Manuela Bruntraeger also made an appearance to bond with the children. ​

Lazer Quest


​Twenty children from Singapore Children’s Society Sunbeam Place and 13 staff volunteers from Singapore Turf Club and Tote Board bonded over an adrenalin-charged game of Laser Quest at HomeTeamNS Laser Quest (Bukit Batok), in celebration of Children’s Day on 5 October. Laser Quest is an interactive team-bonding game, where players score points by tagging “targets” in a mission. Participants were segregated into four teams and took part in 6 sets of strategic missions, which allowed for both volunteers and beneficiaries alike to bond through interactive play. The key of this engagement is to leverage play as a platform to impart good values such as teamwork, communication and critical problem-solving skills. Each game lasted 15mins and teams competed against each other for maximum fun. The pulsating afternoon of fun ended with a sumptuous dinner with volunteers putting the time to good use, by serving dinner and engaging the children through conversations.​