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what our volunteers say

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Deutsche Bank

Initiated English Immersion Programme to benefit lower-income group @ MKFC

Better to teach them to fish than to give them a fish. The English Immersion programme was initiated by a group of DB volunteers. We put our hands together to develop this Programme to help lower-income children get into the habit of reading and appreciating the English Language. To date, it has benefited more than 80 children from the community!

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ShaSha, Barclays

Volunteer

More than 30 volunteers from Barclays happily trooped to Life Student Care Centre to celebrate Children’s day with the students and held a Chocolate Party. Children, teachers and volunteers alike had so much fun watching movie and happily participating in different activities and games. Not to mention going home with a bagful of chocolate treats and enjoying chocolate fondue with each other. I have to say organising an event as big as this is tiring but seeing all the kids’ happy faces and hearing their laughter make it all worthwhile and it makes me feel privileged having been able to contribute to the community. This is one experience that will truly be memorable for me. Thank you Life Community for allowing me to be a part of it!

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Akash, Deutsche Bank

Chocolate Party @ Yishun LSC

On Children’s Day, 16 volunteers from Deutsche Bank put together a Chocolate Party for the children from Yishun Life Student Care. We decorated and magically transformed the classrooms into a chocolate factory where the children not only got to enjoy chocolate treats but also got to learn more about chocolate, character and the importance of family. The highlight was the chocolate fondue station where they could feast on fruits dipped in melted chocolate.

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Shu Wee Lea, Barclays

Volunteer

Volunteering always sets me thinking. Is the effort worthwhile? More so when we have to organize and plan the event. I think the expressions on the children said it all. There is no greater joy than to spread and share happiness. Many thanks to LCSS and everyone in Barclays who made it possible!

Sean Ong

Sean Ong, Barclays

Volunteer

I was truly privileged to have the opportunity to work with the staff of LCSS at the BYOT event. I was energised by the enthusiasm of the kids who participated in the event, and we shared lots of fun and laughter together. I left the event with a sense of joy and accomplishment because I felt that we have left the kids with a precious and memorable experience.

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Amanda Fu, OBS Alumni

Volunteered for OBS-organised Show-and-tell My Art Piece! @LCSS MKFC

I got to know about the volunteering opportunity at Life Community Services Society (LCSS) through the OBS Alumni network. I’ve been volunteering at LCSS as a tutor to guide the beneficiaries with their studies on Monday nights. I truly enjoy working with these children and the experience gives me great joy! So here I am at the LCSS Show-And-Tell My Art Piece Programme as part of the engaging the children beyond tutoring!

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Ho Kar Yern, OBS Alumni

Volunteered for OBS-organised Show-and-tell My Art Piece! @LCSS MKFC

I enjoyed my volunteering experience with the OBS Alumni at Life Community Services Society (LCSS) for the recent Show-And-Tell My Art Piece lantern-making activity with the less-privileged children. I would want to come back and help these children when I can!

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Sarah Neo, OBS Alumni

Volunteered for OBS-organised Show-and-tell My Art Piece! @LCSS MKFC

We want to bring more of our friends to come here to serve these children.

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Lee Ying Ying, OBS Alumni

Volunteered with 9 other friends @Sundown to raise awareness for LCSS

All of us enjoyed ourselves tremendously and we are glad we could play a part in doing something meaningful together.If there is another similar event, we’d definitely participate again!

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Joy, Principal

Whiston Preschool Raintree Cove

Working with these children was a very interesting experience. Having been around younger children for most part of my teaching career, I was glad I had a chance to interact with older children. Indeed, they are still children at heart and enjoy the activities we did with them and took to them with relish. Though our workshops ran for just a few weeks, our colleagues and I felt that we learnt a lot from them as much as they did from us.

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Fiona, Teacher

Whiston Preschool Raintree Cove

It was a fun and interesting experience for me. Conducting cookery classes with the young children and teens was an eye-opener. It allowed me to experience working with students from lower income families and gathered better understanding of these students. They are equally just as inquisitive and fun. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to work with your centre.

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