CAPITALAND GIVING MARKETPLACE 2018
TreeDots’ mission is to minimise the amount of food waste starting with Singapore, and eventually the World through a self-sustaining ecosystem via our aggregation of F&B businesses on different points of the value chain within TreeDots to ensure that there is no longer a need to dispose of perfectly edible food.
TreeDots Food Fund
Food Fund is a social initiative birthed from the collaboration of two social enterprises - TreeDots, Ray of Hope Initiative (ROHI), and GIVE- with relatively different objectives. TreeDots aims to reduce the amount of waste on Earth starting with food wastage by creating a marketplace to link people with unsold inventory to potential buyers so as to not let them end up in the bin. On the other hand, ROHI's mission is to allow individuals who are capable of providing aid to others to reach out to people who require such assistance via a reliable and accessible platform. Despite this, both enterprises wished for the same final outcome - to make the world a better place.
Mobile Massage Team
The Mobile Massage Team or MMT is an initiative by SAVH to facilitate the provision of massage services (Head & Shoulder Massage, Foot Reflexology and Full Body Non-Oil Massage) by a group of qualified, visually-handicapped masseurs at SAVH or external venues such as schools, corporate offices as well as at nationally organised events.
We will be having the MMT down for massages during the event itself, book now while slots last!
The Mobile Massage Team provides massage services by a group of qualified, visually-handicapped masseurs at SAVH or external venues such as schools, corporate offices as well as at nationally organized events.
The National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) is a non-profit organisation promoting a giving culture in Singapore through catalysing development in volunteerism and philanthropy to build a City of Good.
Through 15 Shorts, a collaboration between the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) and Blue3Asia, 15 local film directors provide an alternative perspective to the nation-building narratives of the era. Telling true stories of Singaporeans who performed powerful acts of selflessness between the 1970s and 1990s, these are slice-of-life stories that reveal how this human, giving side has always been a part of us.
We will be holding a free screening of 2 films from 15 Shorts - 'One at A Time' and 'The Buddy' during lunchtime.
We will be holding a free screening of 2 of the 15 Shorts - 'One at A Time' and 'The Buddy' during lunchtime.
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One At A Time
One At A Time tells the inspiring story of Teresa Hsu, a well-known Chinese-born Singaporean social worker. At 67 years old, Hsu founded the Home of the Aged Sick, one of the first homes for the sick elderly in Singapore, where she worked tirelessly as the matron of the home, before being made to retire from the home at 85. Following retirement, Hsu continued to care for the poor in her own capacity, such as by collecting old clothes for needy families. and founded Heart-to-Heart Service, a non-profit, informal direct-help service. Through key highlights, this short film reintroduces this icon to a new generation of online audiences, through charting her life's turning points and what shaped her relentless spirit of giving.
Hidayat is an 8-year-old boy tasked to be a buddy to his classmate, Tam, and finds that he is frightened by Tam's erratic behaviour. Despite having Tam's parents and teachers dismiss him as reclusive and "weird", Hidayat chooses to accept Tam as different and tries to understand his behaviour and the two develop special relationship. Although Tam's condition is not explicitly stated, the film addresses the topic of autism, and the lack of knowledge behind this disorder, especially in the 90s. Delivered in the spirit of acceptance, the film aims to portray the innocence of childhood, and centers on Hidayat’s dilemma in doing the right thing for his friend.