Sending love this CNY with Fu Dai

Fú Dài is one of Community Chest‘s signature fund-raising event, held around Chinese New Year with the aim of bringing festive joy to homes of the less fortunate.

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Fú Dài was organised in support of SG Cares – A national movement dedicated to guide Singaporeans to better help those in need.  Be it by organising ground-up efforts or volunteering with friends, SG Cares aims to address emerging or unmet needs in our society to build a better home for all.

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During the Fú Dài donation drive, each $50 donation enabled Community Chest to deliver a Fú Dài of fully sponsored items and necessities to a senior, while a $150 donation enabled them to deliver a Fú Dài to families in need.

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On 14 Jan, volunteers gathered to pack and distribute the bags to 5000 beneficiaries from about 40 charities.

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We were flagged off by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Chan Chun Sing, Members of Parliament Dr Faishal Ibrahim and Ms Joan Pereira as well as Grassroots Advisor Dr S Vasoo.

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Following which, we proceeded to personally delivery some of the Fú Dài to beneficiaries from social service organisations such as Lions Befrienders, Thye Hua Kwan, MINDS etc. just to name a few.

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At Bumble Bee Mum, we thank Community Chest for inviting us to be part of such a meaningful event this Chinese New Year.  We would also like to thank all the readers who had responded to our call for donations, either by contributing or sharing about it with your friends and families.

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Keep the spirit of giving going!

You can still donate to this campaign till the end of the month to give hope and share joy this festive season.  To make a donation, click here!

To keep up-to-date on Community Chest’s events and find out how you can make a difference, you can visit Community Chest’s homepage, or social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).

You can also connect with SG Cares through their homepage and social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).

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