Donating one’s blood may not be the most trendy thing to do, but it is important that younger blood donors do their part to maintain blood supply for the good of others, says Singapore Red Cross chairman Tan Sri Tee Tua Ba.
CHCSA sets out to build good memories and strong relationships with The Good Carnival.
“Garden of Joy: An Ode to Elohim” was an art exhibition of 77 works by 22 artists with special needs that celebrated the God-given, creative talents of these individuals.
From the time he was newly born-again, Kenny Low was called by God into a lifetime of service.
CHCSA’s House of JOY saw a packed Mountbatten Community Club hall, filled with families celebrating their annual Parents’ Day with their loved ones.
For this runner, the lesson of finishing a race has significance beyond the 10km she ran.
MS Care receives an award at Singapore Health Inspirational Patient and Caregiver Awards 2017.
The elderly beneficiaries of House of JOY, a City Harvest Church Services Association initiative, enjoyed a day of cycling at Punggol Waterway Park.
A surprise visit from celebrities Jack Neo and Aileen Tan, arranged by volunteer group LP148, brightened up last Sunday for these elderly folks.
Jesus For All Minds Church recently organised a very special outing for its members at Marina Barrage.