Quarter 4 of 2015 was a busy time for us. See a snapshot below of some of the exciting events that happened between October to December 2015.
President's Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards
Proto credit: NVPC
15 October - HealthServe was honoured to be among the six recipients of the 2015 President’s Volunteerism and Philanthropy Awards.
President Tony Tan Keng Yam presented the awards to six groups and individuals who have made a strong impact in Singapore by inspiring people, especially local Singaporeans, through volunteerism.
Health Screening at Tampines & Woodlands Dormitory
Photo credit: N Schulze
1 November - Tampines: Over 60 students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic partnered with HealthServe to offer free health screenings, including eye exams, to over 100 migrant workers living at Tampines Dormitory.
Photo credit: Daniel Yeo
23 November - Woodlands: In collaboration with the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, approximately 40 migrant workers living at the Woodlands dormitory received free health screenings, including BMI, blood-glucose level and blood pressure tests, from NUS Medical students.
Invisible Voices: A Collective Film Screening
Photo Credit: Winsten Cheng & N Schulze
27 November - In collaboration with *SCAPE, HealthServe presented "Invisible Voices", a collective film screening of four films that explore the migrant worker community in Singapore. The films included "Existence" by Jeanette Lim, Yan Jun Hua, Audrey Woon, and Wallace Woon, "Come Fly Away With Me" by Martin Hong, "What is Labour Day Like in Singapore?" By Ministry of Funny, and "Invisible Voices" by Liu Longhao.
December - In December our partners organised 7 fun-filled events for our migrant workers. Each event was attended by 20-120 workers. Thank you to our partners Wesley Methodist Church, Paya Lebar Methodist Church (Chinese & English), St. Andrew's Community Chapel, St. Paul's Church, Community of Praise Baptist church and St. John's - St. Margaret's Church for spreading cheer to migrant workers this holiday season.
See Channel News Asia's coverage of St. John's - St. Margaret's event here.