Friday, December 30, 2011

Food For Christmas Project

Hello One and All!

It's the last day of the year! What will you be doing on New Year's Eve?

New Year's Eves are usually just another day in the year for me. But this year, I'm sure it's going to be something SPECIAL!

This year's Christmas was very special too. That's because my friends and I did something else. We visited the elderly and needy families at Blk 22 Chai Chee Road, and surprised them with Christmas goodies!

The video will be up soon, but in the meantime, check out some of our photos! There are more, which I promise to upload soon! For some reason, my computer is refusing to co-operate.

Eugene, aka Ah Soooonnggggg, the Photographer.
Dan, one of our two Videographers.
Jivko, the other Videographer.
Fiona, with one of the residents. She's the backbone, support, and baogaliao of this project.
Some of our pretty volunteers! (The ahpeks must be very happy!)
Unimportant Person.
The guys playing soccer with some of the residents during our break.
More volunteers!
This one my team leh.
I heard someone say, "Eggs must only be handled by girls."
Wah. Even got angmoh volunteer. We're multi-national!
We purchased some of our items from Sheng Siong. But because it was bought in bulk, we had to do the packing ourselves.
Egg Casualty. "Eggs must only be handled by girls." Thou art right.
Busy Bees!
The stuff we were giving included oil, canned food, milo powder, etc. So it was quite heavy. The plastic bags kept breaking. So we decided to double them up.
Like clockwork, our nifty volunteers doubled up all the packages in less than 5 minutes!
Now that's what I call efficiency!
That's us doing a quick introduction on our project!
And thanking our kind sponsors!
Keep your eyes peeled for more posts on the Food For Christmas Project!

No comments:

Gadget

This content is not yet available over encrypted connections.