Walking is the PERFECT activity to get started on a more active lifestyle. And with our signature fundraising event, Walk for Our Children (Virtual Edition), you get to be active and support a good cause at the same time! 😉
Walk anywhere, anytime from 29 August to 10 October, alone or with your friends and family. Clock your steps while walking to the bus stop, or during a weekend hike with your loved ones!
Compete with others to unlock badges, participate in our leaderboard challenge, or get the highest score in the games on our site to win amazing prizes ✨
To register and find out more, visit walkforourchildren.sg
IF you can’t join us for the event, you can still support us by making a donation to this campaign!
Want to be an even more active supporter? 😉
Start an online crowdfunding campaign and pledge to walk a certain amount if your peers and supporters donate to your campaign! That way, not only are you supporting Walk for Our Children, every step you take will help us raise even more funds for our beneficiaries!
Email Ms Low Jia Li at firstname.lastname@example.org today to find out how you can get started on your online crowdfunding campaign!
All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting the diverse range of services and programmes to support our beneficiaries.
For example, one of our self-funded programmes is called Storm Riders. Organised by Community Services and Programmes @ Children’s Society, Storm Riders is aimed at equipping children aged 9 to 12 with the skills to manage their anger and work out disagreements in a safe way. With these skills, children are better able to build and maintain good relationships with others.
Mdm Tan*, parent of 9-year-old participant John*, noticed the impact of the session on her son, sharing that “Now when we see him getting angry, we will try to remind him what he has learnt and can see he tried to apply. So his anger now will diffuse faster”.
Read this article to find out more about how Storm Riders help children keep their cool.
*Names of beneficiaries have been changed to protect their identities.