Updated: Jan 3, 2022
Everyday Heroes making a difference.
COVID-19 has brought about many challenges. There's no question about that. But we think it's also an opportunity to be thankful!
National Champions "High Five" on Social Media
During the pandemic, many Singaporeans also took part in the #SHINEHi5Challenge to exercise, donate and nominate their friends to support children and youth in need.
A big shout-out to Charmaine Soh, our Netball Singapore Captain for sharing on Instagram and rallying her teammates to exercise to support our students.
Charmaine shared in her post that "This is a very meaningful initiative to help children and youth from vulnerable families, especially those badly affected by Covid-19."
It’s also inspiring to see our national squash champion Au Yeong Wai Yhann volunteering as SHINE Charity Ambassador for #SHINEHi5Challenge This amazing athlete did a different exercise each day, posted on Instagram and nominated 25 of her friends to join the challenge!
"Children have always held a special place in my heart & I believe that every child deserves the best environment to help them grow & flourish. I was blessed to have grown up with countless opportunities, and so I hope by supporting SHINE I can help many more children & youths grow up to be the best that they can be :-) " - Wai Yhann
We SHINE Together
A Big thank you to everyone for volunteering and participating in this good cause! With your support and care, our children and youth can continue to maximise their potential even when in difficult times. We SHINE Together!
Top Photo: Au Yeong Wai Yhann IG
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