The event has raised in excess of S$300,000 through individual and corporate donations to ECF. The family-friendly walk encompassed routes along the scenic East Coast Park shoreline. After the walk, participants as well as members of the public participated in a funfair held on the sprawling Angsana Green lawn. Activities included a bungee trampoline by Mega Zip from Sentosa, archery tryouts by Salt and Light archery, pet adoption drive by Oasis Second Chance Animal shelter (OSCAS), carnival games, F&B options and more. Fun fair activity providers volunteered their time and products and services to contribute to the fundraising efforts.
ECF is an independent IPC charity that started in 2015. Parents, staff and children of all EtonHouse, E-Bridge and Middleton schools, part of the EtonHouse Education Group enthusiastically came together to raise funds to benefit underprivileged children and youth through education. Through this fund, the EtonHouse Group is able to consolidate and focus on its CSR initiatives and bring the school communities under one umbrella. The Group currently has 37 campuses and over 6000 students in Singapore alone. EtonHouse has more than 120 campuses in 12 countries.
Recently, ECF initiated a pilot project on mindfulness movement at the Singapore Girls Home in collaboration with the Ministry of Social and Family Welfare. The initiative was in alignment with the charity’s initiative to make a positive impact in the lives of children and youth. ECF has also supported the Punggol North Community Development and Welfare Fund with a disbursement of S$100,000. This amount was used to benefit underprivileged children in their education by donating to their child development account. ECF has also disbursed S$150,000 to the ECDA KidSTART project.
EtonHouse Community Fund Charity Walk and FunFair
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