$100,000 raised from carnival that brings together children with special needs, foreign workers, Manpower Minister
Published on Jul 13, 2014 2:37 PM
SINGAPORE - About 2,500 people including children with special needs, foreign workers and Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin took part in a walk-cum-carnival on Sunday morning to raise money for a good cause.
Themed "Come Walk With Me", the carnival raised a total of $100,000 which will go towards supporting St Andrew's Autism School and Prison Fellowship Singapore.
The event held at St Stephen's School in Siglap was organised by Bethesda (Katong) Kindergarten which is celebrating its 60th anniversary and Bethesda (Frankel Estate) Church.
Eight charities took part in the carnival which had 60 food, games and other stalls.
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