Every ONE Can 2013 - Help ONE (SINGAPORE) celebrate The Food Bank Singapore's First Anniversary with our annual grocery warehouse sale, Every ONE Can, on Saturday 20 April at FoodXervices (across from the old Malayan railway station). This year, in addition to buying groceries on site for donation (and your own cupboards) at great discounted prices, we also invite you to 'recycle' food by bringing in-kind donations as well.
Panel Discussion: Stop the Violence! Ending Poverty & Violence Against Women - United Nations officials renewed a call to governments and citizens across the world to take action to end violence against women in all its forms and in all its contexts. As many believe that public outcry is a first step that can lead to change in this regard. Join ONE (SINGAPORE) and the Wee Kim Wee Centre, on Friday 22 March, for an insightful panel discussion on Ending Violence Against Women.
ONE (SINGAPORE) Annual General Meeting 2013 - ONE (SINGAPORE) will hold its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 2 March from 11:30 a.m to 2:30 p.m. While we will elect officers and conduct official business, we are also planning a party: AGM stands for 'Also Got Makan, Also Got Music'! We've got a great live band, homemade food prepared by women from a beneficiary group and more. All ONE (SINGAPORE) members are encouraged to attend.
Post 2015 Panel Discussion - What happens when the MDGs expire in 2015? Find out with ONE (SINGAPORE), Save the Children and UN Women Singapore on Friday 15 February at SIIA. Limited Seats, RSVP required.
Come down to CupsNCanvas on 139 Selegie Road on Thursday 30 May at 7pm for a ONE (SINGAPORE) volunteer session to learn how you can get involved . . . to create The World We Want. No age limit – for the young and young-at-heart! See you
Mark your calendars for ONE (SINGAPORE)’s second annual gala dinner on Saturday 12 October, “The ONE Ball 2013 . . . A Legendary Night”
Help ONE (SINGAPORE) celebrate The Food Bank Singapore’s First Anniversary with our annual grocery warehouse sale, Every ONE Can, on Saturday 20 April at FoodXervices (across from the old Malayan railway station). This year, in addition to buying groceries on site for donation (and your own cupboards) at great discounted prices, we also invite you to ‘recycle’ food by bringing in-kind donations as well.
The Robin Hood Tax – a small tax on financial transactions – could raise billions of dollars to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and fight climate change. Chanting “human need, not corporate greed”, campaigners recently gathered outside the World Bank / IMF meetings in Washington to ask finance ministers to support the tax.
Knocking door to door, block to block in the heartlands of Singapore to raise funds for a home for the aged, Kellie Tedjo faces rejection and inspiration as she undertakes the SMU Challenge to connect the community with lonely seniors.