From 22 Nov 2015 to 27 Nov 2016, Frasers Centrepoint Malls is holding a charity event called ‘Play it Forward’! Right now, it is happening Northpoint. And since I am a ground-head-snake of Yishun, I had to bring the kids to go and support the event.
How it Works
Play it Forward involves a roving Giant Ballpit which will be moving around various Frasers Centrepoint Malls.
To let your kids play in the giant ballpit, you just need to make a donation of $5 per child to Community Chest.
After you sign the indemnity form and put your donation into the Community Chest box, the kid will receive a wrist band.
Then hang around and wait for the next session. There is one session every 20 minutes.
Each play session is 15 minutes. So when it’s your turn, enjoy your 15 minutes of fun!
Matching of Donation by Frasers and Singapore Government
When you donate $5 at the event, Frasers will match the donation with dollar-for-dollar donation, bringing the donation up to $10.
Furthermore, from now until 31 March 2016, total donations will also be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Government. Which means the total donation will become $20!
In short, when you put in $5, the total donation becomes $20. How awesome is that?
The event is aimed at raising funds for Family Services Centres (FSCs). FSCs serve as community based family resources, providing much needed support for families that are facing difficulties.
Important Things to Note
- Advanced bookings or changes in time slots (once registered) will not be permitted.
- There is a maximum capacity of 30 participants inside the ball pool at any one time.
- Wearing socks is mandatory for all participants entering the ball pool.
- Children below 90cm height will require adult accompaniment, and will count as 2 registration participants with a minimum of $10 donation.
For full terms & conditions, visit Frasers Centrepoint Malls website.
This is a roving event and it is currently held at Northpoint shopping centre from 13 to 21 February 2016. Subsequently it will be heading to Waterway Point, Yew Tee Point, Eastpoint and Causeway Point.
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