Our Campaign Storyends 24 Sep 2020, 11:59 PM
Date- 27 September 2020, Sunday
Session 1: 9.00am
Session 2: 10.00am
Fee- Donate $10. If you are between 13-17 years old, you need to obtain parental consent.
Upon successful donation, please click here to register, https://go.gov.sg/btlfest2020workshops. Eligible participants will receive a BigMarker Invitation Link via email by 24 September and 1 hr before the starting of the session.
A unique form of meditation, combining unconditional laughter with a blend of deep breathing exercises, creative visualizations with role-playing and simple stretches.
- Laughter is the best medicine
- Emotional, mental, and physical health are all boosted just by laughing.
- Highly energizing, extremely easy and fun.
- It's a fast and easy way to improved health.
- A resource for creativity and problem solving.
- Open to all levels and all ages. Please leave your inhibitions behind and experience the power of laughter.
Thank you for your interest in the workshops available at Beyond the Label Virtual Fest 2020! Your contributions will go towards supporting various agencies supported under Community Chest.
About The Charity
Community Chest is the philanthropy and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS), which is the national co-ordinating body for social service agencies in Singapore.
As the hallmark of care and share, Community Chest aims to raise funds and engage the community so that social service agencies can focus on developing and delivering quality solutions and empowering the lives of those in need. Since 1983, Community Chest has been serving and in partnership with the people, public and private sectors to create a collaborative and impactful social service ecosystem for 39 years.
100% of your donations go towards helping the disadvantaged, as our fundraising and operating costs are covered mainly by Tote Board. Community Chest supports more than 100 social service agencies and over 200 critical programmes empowering the lives of those in need, including children with special needs and youth-at-risk, adults with disabilities, persons with mental health conditions, and seniors and families in need of support.