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Our Campaign Storyends 31 Mar 2018, 11:59 PM
Odgers Berndtson is committed to supporting Singaporean local charities. Our annual Charity Challenge provides an opportunity for all of our global colleagues to get involved with fundraising and volunteering for worthy causes.
Our colleagues from every office globally will take part in a rowing challenge (2,000m indoor rowing) and we're looking for sponsors to help us through this tough challenge!
All funds raised in Singapore from our 2017 Global Charity Challenge went to the Singapore Children's Society. In 2018, we will continue to support local children and education with all sponsorship going straight to 'Child at Street 11'.
About Child at Street 11:
Child at Street 11 is a multi-racial, secular, independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to helping low income and dysfunctional families provide quality early years education for their children.
Started in April 1999, the Centre serves children aged two to six in a full day programme.
About The Charity
Child At Street 11 is a charitable organisation operating a childcare centre for children from disadvantaged andor dysfunctional families. We believe that no child should be deprived of a high quality preschool education because of hisher family circumstances and we strive to launch children on a learning journey which will see them becoming positive, confident and secure. To this end, we provide a holistic and experiential learning environment to help children become independent learners. We extend their natural curiosity and cultivate their creativity and imagination.
Our Mission is to educate and help young children from low-income and dysfunctional families break out of the poverty cycle in one generation.
Our Goals include ensuring that children have access to:
- Quality education and integral support programmes vital to developing their full potential.
- Homes which are safe and provide opportunities for positive development.
- Support systems for parents to achieve economic independence.
- The people that society wants for tomorrow are in Child at Street 11 today.