The annual Community Chest Sharity Day 2018, held at Gardens by the Bay, saw over 1,300 students, teachers, volunteers and corporates come together to learn the importance of caring and inclusivity. This is the first time Sharity Day is being held at Gardens by the Bay, in celebration of Community Chest’s 35th Anniversary and 34 years since the introduction of Sharity.
Graced by Ms Indranee Rajah, Second Minister for Education, Sharity Day 2018 was also a platform where various persons with disabilities to showcase their talents and abilities for this meaningful event. Examples include Mr Alan Wong, a deaf horticulturist and actor who taught the audience sign language; Ms Claire Teo, an aspiring dancer who managed the sound design for the musical; Ms Mui Rui Yi, a wheelchair user who was the designer for the event; as well as Rex, a deaf student from Canossian School who was the co-emcee.
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