The Giving Family Festival : Giving back to the community




Have you heard about the Giving Family Festival?



The Giving Family Festival is an initiative by TOUCH Community Series.  This activities in the Festival were design to encourage play as a family. At the same time, the proceeds from the event will be use to impact the lives of 31,000 Touch Beneficiaries groups such as Youth-At-Risk , Vulnerable Families, People With Special Needs, Disadvantaged Seniors

The Giving Family Festival

The Festival promises plenty of activities for the family. Expect Carnival rides and games for the little one, live performances, free fun workshops,nerf gun battle and free movie screening.


Workshops
Here are some of the selected workshop you can join for free at the Festival ( First Come , First Serve)

Be Deaf Aware - A Sign Language Workshop
Master a new skill in this one hour session.

Stencil With Me
Make your won homemade coaster

Ukelele Workshop
Learn to play a new instrument

Cajon Workshop
Learn to play this versatile drum.

For more workshops, do visit here.


Movie

There will be a free screening of Unbroken, This is a story about Matthew Quek, He was born brain -damaged , causing him to live with learning disabilities. See how he overcome this with the support of the family and become a polytechnic lecturer and international award-winning singer, composer and vocal coach.

Food and Shop
Munchies such as Muah Chee can be found at the carnival. You can even shop for unique Singapore items for a good cause.



The Festival will be held from 1-2 September 2018
Time  : 10am - 9pm
Location : Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Square

Tickets will be at $50 each
You can get your coupons here.
For early birds, you can purchase 2 coupon sheets at $85 ( Up $100) *
* Till 31 July


About Touch Community Service

The work of TOUCH Community Services started in 1986 as a service for latch-key children in the neighbourhoods of Clementi and Jurong. Registered as a charity in 1992, TOUCH is a multi-service organisation with an integrated network of 18 services, 20 centres and 24 children’s clubs located throughout the island. Over the years, TOUCH has reached out to individuals from all races and religions, including children, youths, families, people with special and healthcare needs, and the elderly.  TOUCH is a multi-service Institution of a Public Character (IPC), and its Vision 2030 is to see Strong Families, Caring Generations, and Enabled Communities.

For more on TOUCH, visit  www.touch.org-sg


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