This October, Singapore’s best comedians – SUHAIMI YUSOF, PATRICIA MOK, KUMAR*, SEBASTIAN TAN, SITI KHALIJAH, JUDEE TAN, RISHI BUDHRANI, FAKKAH FUZZ, SHARUL CHANNA, DEE KOSH and HOSSAN LEONG – will have you in stitches as they take the stage in HAPPY EVER LAUGHTER: Standup Comedy Madness! Join them as they bring you an OVERDOSE OF LAUGHTER at the Esplanade.
11 of Singapore’s famously hilarious specialists will bring you medically certified COMEDY, guaranteed to get your heart rates up and your stress levels down! Put more Life in your MediShield, because nothing is sacred as our comic surgeons dissect everything from cracked trains, expat robbers and everything else our island offers.
HAPPY EVER LAUGHTER: Standup Comedy Madness! will spare no pain in bringing you the best in mad-dically certified LAUGHTER!
Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2016 – Sunday, 6 November 2016 (No shows on Monday)
Time: 6.45pm – 10.30pm (Evening Shows) or 1.45pm – 5.30pm (Afternoon Shows)
SISTIC Link: http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/happy1116?cid=HLI-happy1116
Volunteers will assist the Front-of-House Manager on a number of activities. These include:
1. Managing patrons and greeting them upon arrival at the Esplanade Theatre.
2. Selling program booklets to patrons.
3. Managing the queue line and taking of photos at the photo booth.
4. Assisting the Front-of-House Managers in any movement of logistics
Volunteers would be able to receive ONE complimentary ticket to the performance for every 4 shows that they volunteer.
How to Sign-Up:
Sign-ups can be done by emailing the Front-of-House Manager directly at email@example.com. Please provide your full name, contact and email.
NUS Bizad Charity Run (BCR) is the flagship charity run event organised by the NUS Business School.
In 2017, BCR will be raising funds for the Autism Resource Centre and a bursary fund for financially needy NUS Business students.
The event hopes to raise awareness for the autism spectrum disorder and help ease the financial burden of deserving undergraduates.
Date: 14th January 2017
Time: 3pm to 9pm
Venue: National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, Mochtar Riady Building, 15 Kent Ridge Road
The roles of volunteers would include route marshals, water point marshals and activity booth facilitators.
Each volunteer will be provided with an exclusive Compressport volunteer T-shirt and dinner.
In addition, the organiser will be able to endorse this event as a Community Involvement Programme (CIP).
If you are interested to volunteer, you may sign up at: http://tinyurl.com/bcr2017volunteers.
If you would like to make a donation directly to the Autism Resource Centre, you may do so at https://www.giving.sg/campaigns/bizad_charity_run.
For more information, please feel free to visit http://www.bizadcharityrun.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries.
Project Colours aims to brighten up the lives of our seniors and young families living in rental units.
Tasks include giving their flats a fresh coat of paint, as well as helping to clean the flats.
The project aims to create clean, safe, and hygienic homes for vulnerable seniors through community efforts.
If you feel the same way too, do join them in this project!
Be it muscles to move furniture, stamina to paint the walls, artistic skills to paint patterns, or interaction skills to entertain the elderly, as long as you have the heart to serve, you are welcome to join!
The upcoming session details is as follows:
Date: 29th October 2016 (Sat)
Time: 9am – 4pm
Venue: Lengkok Bahru
*Note that this session involves either units which require both painting and cleaning and units which require only cleaning.
Signup here: http://goo.gl/forms/Qstk6OqnkA
Registration closes on 26 Oct 2016 and is on a first-come-first-serve basis
Camp REConnection is a project initiative started in 2014 by Ren Ci Hospital, targeted at post-secondary students.
NUS USP [National University of Singapore (University Scholars Programme)], in collaboration with Ren Ci Hospital will be organizing a 4-day camp with the objective of reconnecting the elderly and youths of today.
Aimed at youth participants between 16 and 19 years old, the camp hopes to raise awareness of the problems that beleaguer the elderly sector in Singapore, particularly the elderly who require long-term care.
The 4-day camp shall comprise a combination of theoretical and practical activities, culminating in an outdoor activity with the elderly.
Through exposing the youths to the difficulties faced by the elderly in their daily lives, the camp hopes to stimulate their thought and compassion, thereby helping them to better empathise with the older generation.
Participants can look forward to an enriching line-up of programmes, including dialect lessons as well as fun activities such as gardening with the elderly.
One of the highlights of this year’s camp is the talks on Singapore’s population landscape, eldercare and policies pertaining to our silver generation by healthcare professionals in the professionals in the eldercare industry such as Council for Third Age.
These programmes will be held at Ren Ci Nursing Home, which will give students a unique first-hand experience in interacting with the elderly residents.
Details of Camp REConnection III
Dates : 12th to 15th December 2016
Time : 9am to 5pm
Registration Fees : $10 (inclusive of daily lunch)
Registration is open from now until 31 October 2016.
Interested youths can sign up by registering online via http://tinyurl.com/camprec3signup. CIP hours will also be awarded to participants in appreciation of their time spent interacting with the elderly residents.