TCTF Deputy Chairman, Ms Chew Gek Khim presented a token of appreciation to ACJC Principal, Dr Shirleen Chee to celebrate the completion of Project Cheer 2018.

TCTF CEO Ms Yap Su-Yin thanked ACJC teachers Mr Mervyn Sek, Ms Lye Kit Wan and Mr Wong Wee Meng for their hard work in mentoring the students.

Student leaders of the 11 Project Cheer teams shared about their achievements and challenges faced in their Project Cheer journey.

Thank you to all charity partners for your support in cultivating the next generation of active volunteers!

Project Cheer 2018: Closing Tea

30 Jul 2018

“With Cheer, We Bond”. This is the ethos that has held up the spirit of Project Cheer since its beginning. In this year’s edition of Project Cheer, we had 230 ACJC youths put their Values In Action by planning and facilitating 11 Project Cheer sessions and engaging 300 children and 400 elderly beneficiaries from 28 May to 14 June 2018.

The Tan Chin Tuan Foundation was privileged to co-host the Project Cheer Closing Tea on 30 July 2018 with Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC). During the tea reception, student leaders discussed their programme planning and leadership experience in a short sharing session facilitated by Mr Mervyn Sek, ACJC HOD (Project Work & Values In Action). Of the 11 teams, 3 teams namely 2SC1, 2AH and OCIP Chiangmai, were recognised for their good planning, execution and achieving multi-generational bonding in their Project Cheer sessions. In addition, 4 charity centres were also acknowledged as our best partnering charities in Project Cheer 2018.

Project Cheer 2018 participating charities include: Apex Day Rehabilitation Centre for Elderly, Bethesda Care Services, Canossaville Children and Community Services, Care Community Services Society, Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society, Fei Yue Community Services, Lakeside Family Services, Life Community Services, Metta Welfare Association, Montfort Care, Muhammadiyah Association, Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura (PPIS), Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services, Singapore Children’s Society, Singapore Amalgamated Services Co-operative Organisation (SASCO), St Luke’s ElderCare, Society for the Aged Sick and Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society.