TCTF Prog Coordinator Sherlee Choliluddin and her team of elves (volunteer guides).

Kheng Chiu Loke Tin Kee Beneficiaries on a TCTF tour of the Living Galleries at National Museum.

Programme Director, Ms Yap Su-Yin giving a helping hand with to an elderly.

At the fashion gallery.

Museum Tour & Alfresco Movie-Picnic

28 Jun 2008

On Saturday, 28 June 2008, Tan Chin Tuan Foundation (TCTF) treated 200 elderly beneficiaries from nine charities to a tour and movie-picnic at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS), as part of on-going Birth Centennial celebrations of founder Tan Sri Dr Tan Chin Tuan.

Beneficiaries came from charities such as Bright Hill Evergreen Home, St Hilda’s Home, RSVP, St John’s Home, Society for Aged Sick, Centre for Seniors, Kheng Chiu Loke Tin Kee Home enjoyed the happy part of growing old – friendship with peers, joyful movie and a fun Saturday in the outdoors.

The evening began with guided tours of the Museum’s Living Galleries, where beneficiaries relived how entertainment, fashion, dining and photography were like in their younger days.

“You guys go ahead first,” an elderly beneficiary waved his peers on. He was absorbedly watching a short film at the Food Gallery of the National Museum. It showed a Tok-Tok mee seller slipping a movie ticket onto the dish tray that was to be delivered to his sweetheart, to ask her for a movie-date.