Step Forward, Towards Inclusion


4 August 2019 (Sunday)

Race to the Sky Vertical Marathon
Flag-off at 6.30am

Fun Walk
Flag-off at 8.15am

Family Carnival
9am - 11am

Marina Bay Sands, Event Plaza

Mr Heng Swee Keat
Deputy Prime Minister and
Finance Minister



Join us to step forward in empowering lives at the Community Chest Heartstrings Walk 2019! Organised by Community Chest and Marina Bay Sands, this year’s walk will bring together people from all parts of the community, partners, volunteers and social service users, to signify a collective effort to build one community that shares, and a nation that cares.




Form a team of 4 and sprint to the top of 57 levels in this competitive challenge, and be rewarded with the breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline.

First female and male individuals, and the top 3 fastest teams to reach Marina Bay Sands SkyPark will take home attractive prizes sponsored by Marina Bay Sands.


4 August 2019 (Sunday)



Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3


To register, please email

Partners who contributed to Community Chest 2018 received tokens of apppreciation from Guest-of-Honour Mr Desmond Lee, Minister for Social and Family Development.

Brought to you by Community Chest:

As the hallmark of care and share, Community Chest has been uniting the community to fundraise and serve those in need, since 1983. With the aim to enable every individual to live with dignity within a caring and inclusive society, Community Chest supports about 80 social service organisations to meet underserved, critical social needs. As our fundraising and operating costs are covered mainly by Tote Board Group, 100% of your contributions goes towards empowering the lives of:

  • Adults with disabilities

  • Children with special needs and youth-at-risk
  • Families in need

  • Persons with mental health conditions 

  • Vulnerable seniors

In 2019, as Singapore reflects on its progress and milestones since its founding 200 years ago, Community Chest aims to highlight the importance and power of community giving and sharing, and how it has been integral to the success of Singapore since its early days. 

For any enquiries, please contact