SINGAPORE - Over 1,250 people took part in a sports event on Saturday for beneficiaries, caregivers, staff, volunteers and community partners of the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (Minds).
The event celebrated Singapore's golden jubilee and was held at the Institute of Technical Education College Central (ITECC). It is one of over 300 projects supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund.
Participants played games such as a ketupat race and kampung soccer, These were aimed at helping beneficiaries celebrate and connect with their national identity, Minds said in a statement.
Minds' chief executive Keh Eng Song, said: "We are grateful to be able to (celebrate SG50) in partnership with friends like ITECC,which is truly reflective of how Singapore has come so far, through a many helping hands approach and a true sense of community."