Meet your WorldChangeAgent, Dani!

Our community of #WorldChangeAgents (volunteers) are off on so many adventures through our Beyond Awesome program.  We wanted to take some time to introduce you to some of our favourite faces - well loved by youth in our program as well as those who serve alongside!  Scroll to the very bottom to see how you can get involved/contribute!

INTRODUCING...DANI!

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When I’m not volunteering at Beyond Awesome...: I am a mother of two beautiful children who I feel very blessed to guide and raise. I also run a meditation business called The Meditation Teacher based here in Singapore. I hold private courses, corporate and high school courses and well as retreats to Java Indonesia. I was born in Sydney Australia, and have lived in London and New York with my earlier career. I have a legal and financial background and had a wonderful career in strategic planning, capital raising and corporate communications, before I decided to focus on serving the community.

I have always volunteered my time to community-based programs like Blessings in a Bag and I also donate generously to charities each month from the proceeds of my meditation courses. I believe this is everyone's responsibility to help in whichever way they can those in the community who need help and support. In the two years before I left Australia to live in Singapore I started a community-based program in Sydney called GIFT. It enabled the gifting of un-used family items like clothes, books and furniture to families in the same neighbourhood who were struggle without. It also enabled cook-offs of nutritional family meals that were given for free to hungry families in the local area via a local food bank along with ingredients, recipes and nutritional information to the families could recreate better meals at home. GIFT continues today and I think it's one of the reasons that I connect so deeply with BiaB which has similar focus on helping children find belonging and enrichment.

Three words I would use to describe myself:  These change nearly every day...but today my three words are: Happy, fulfilled, spirited

One fun-fact that you may not know about me:  I surf and play guitar!

Where was the last place you travelled to and what did you do?  I love travelling and make a point to travel both with family, but also on my own each year if possible. This year I have travelled to Utah to spend time with Naive American elders, the French Alps for some hiking with the kids and in a few weeks I am off with a girlfriend to visit the ancient sites of England and Ireland. 

How did you find out about the program?  My friend Lexie (who has since moved to NY) introduced me to the program too years ago which I am very grateful for.


How often do you volunteer with the program? Once a month 

What do you do in the program? I hold mindfulness and meditation sessions with the kids. The emphasis is two-fold. To teach them more about their human design and how it remains healthy and balance when we dwell in present awareness; and to nurture states of gratitude and awe and wonder in life and in themselves.

What have your experiences been like with the program?  Its a pleasure and privileged for me to be involved. Despite most of these kids having a tough start in life, I am always blown-away by their curiosity and enthusiastic engagement with what I can show them. The program itself is beautifully run, very progressive in it's thinking and willing to try new things always - this is what keeps it dynamic and growing.

Why did you want to/do you volunteer with the program?  It's a major aspect of my purpose in life and I tend to focus volunteering effort on programs that support children, families and women.

What is the most rewarding aspect of being involved with Beyond Awesome?  The insightful an often very funny and cheeky feedback discussion we have after the mindfulness practices. The program also has a very welcoming and energetic culture which I love.

Can you share your favourite session or moment that has stayed with you from being with our program?  I have been so happy with all the sessions, but one of my favourites has to be this recent July session:  We explored the wonder of the senses. We talked about how hearing, sight, touch and taste really work and how we can so easily take these dazzling powers for granted.

We also talked about gut feel, the intelligence of the digestive track and shared examples of when our tummies and bodies told us something that our thinking mind wasn't aware of. One very tuned-in boy shared that he could sense his teacher coming when he was eating a sweet he shouldn't have been in class. He popped it into his pocket just in time. (An excellent use of gut-feel I say!)

We then experienced a practice of mindful eating which is based on a much older one called 'Raisin Contemplation'. The kids each took a small piece of fresh fruit and entered into stillness. Then step by step they engaged with the fruit with all the senses and feelings. 

What followed was a very animated and beautiful discussion about how just through the fingertips, in one touch, we can sense temperature, texture, size, moisture; or how our mouth responds in an explosion of senses when we place a small piece of orange on the tongue; and how the tongue and jaw move in a dance to chew and how the tummy starts to grumble and almost reach up to receive when it senses yummy fruit on the way. So fun!

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Think back on all your time journeying with the students…can you think of one specific interaction you’ve had with a child that has just stayed with you? There's one little girl who was new to the program when I came in. She was very quiet and had large beautiful eyes. They held so much - sadness, questions and also curiosity. I was very drawn to her and sat with her during the craft exercise after the meditation which was focussing on finding different perspectives on what we see in life and with our friends. She slowly opened and created some beautiful expressions in her craft. Later I learnt that she had experienced violence at home. I didn't see her again for some time and then in the new year when I returned for my session, one of the volunteers gave me a card that the children had made for me. She had written a beautiful message of thanks and said 'I was the best'. It reminded me that sometimes just sitting with someone and feeling what they are feeling is enough.

What tips do you have for new volunteers?  Just do it! Be clear on what time you are able to commit and try to be consistent - whether that's once a month like me or whatever you can manage. Relationships are formed quickly with the children and they are so excited to see you come in again. The volunteers are like trusted family for these little ones and our presence, smiles and softness is what they are needing most. Don't worry if you don't have a particular skill like meditation for example, it's your presence that is the most powerful thing.

What would you say to someone who is considering volunteering with Beyond Awesome?  Go to an information session, meet the other volunteers and follow your heart. It's not a huge draw on your time but it yields such huge blessings and expansion of your own sense of self and was you are able to achieve through giving.

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Interested to volunteer? https://www.giving.sg/manage-volunteers?orgId=3179208

Join our community of WorldChangeAgents serving through our Beyond Awesome program *click* 

Interested to contribute any amount from anywhere in the world?  *click*

Corporate Giving: Salesforce Transforms our Beyond Awesome homebase!

It wasn't until the recent months that we were contacted by some of the team members of Salesforce Singapore wanting to rally some of their employees to get involved in meaningful, local causes.

We were excited to hear from them.  After all, "giving back is at the heart of Salesforce. Through Salesforce.org, we empower nonprofit and educational organizations with technology, community engagement, and strategic grants. From the beginning, giving back was the best decision we ever made — it created a culture that attracts and retains the best and the brightest, and allows our employees to be change makers in their own communities."

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We launched opportunities to accept group and corporate volunteers to our space earlier in the year - which has been a new addition to how people can contribute meaningfully through our programs.  Before, those who could serve were already part of our #worldchangeagent community.

Our doors open to groups (schools, teams, social circles, etc) and corporates where they can participate in our Sort + Prep sessions.  The activities change day to day and based on needs of the Beyond Awesome Community. 

Some days we sort and prep prize bags for student reward incentives other days we're sanitising the floors, wiping surfaces and checking the food stock in our refrigerator.  There are some days we're channelling our inner creative geniuses through wall decoration and then there's tasks that true neat and tidy folks will appreciate:  colour coding pencils, sorting our stationery supplies, re-organising our library or our art shelves!  The possibilities to serve are endless and we are really thrilled to welcome more corporates and groups of volunteers to spend a few hours with us.

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We're incredibly thankful that the team leaders, Choong Koon Fong and Barbaros Karatas encouraged the #OhanaSpirit amongst their teams to come together for a fun morning.  We had the best time jumping in with the different activities that are often said to feel therapeutic for many who work 9-5 corporate jobs as they were able to let their inner child come out to play while checking out board games, some were able to unleash their inner artists through putting together a wall feature and other were able to give of their skills and time in support of our weekly programming to support children and youth in Singapore.  Check out some of the fun we had below!

 Wall (Work) in Progress!  Can you guess what it's about to say?

Wall (Work) in Progress!  Can you guess what it's about to say?

Check out a time lapse of the wall!

 One of our favourite walls now!

One of our favourite walls now!

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 Team members learning how to create some gorgeous wall art for one of our classroom walls!

Team members learning how to create some gorgeous wall art for one of our classroom walls!

 The result (after watching Youtube Tutorials) - How beautiful!

The result (after watching Youtube Tutorials) - How beautiful!

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 Sorting out the classroom supplies - always needed!  

Sorting out the classroom supplies - always needed!  

 The after!  

The after!  

 No task too small, too challenging or too insignificant - everything and everyone matters in this space!

No task too small, too challenging or too insignificant - everything and everyone matters in this space!

 Organising our classroom stickers and being able to have meaningful conversation with each other outside of the work space was so enjoyable!

Organising our classroom stickers and being able to have meaningful conversation with each other outside of the work space was so enjoyable!

 Our wonderful library was made even more special and inviting thanks to this amazing team!

Our wonderful library was made even more special and inviting thanks to this amazing team!

Thank you, Salesforce!  We hope many other teams are inspired by your acts of service and giving.  

Are you a school, informal group or corporate (any teams, really!), you can learn more through this link:  https://www.beyondawesomesea.com/groups/

Interested to volunteer? https://www.giving.sg/manage-volunteers?orgId=3179208

Join our community of WorldChangeAgents serving through our Beyond Awesome program *click* 

Interested to contribute any amount from anywhere in the world?  *click*

 

 

 

 

Shop for Good - September 15th 2018!

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This is our way of preventing more waste ending up in landfills or the incinerator.  In a world that thrives off fast fashion, constant 'season sales' and the dopamine-like-high we can get when we shop online, we're here to prevent more items from ending up down the chute.  

We're not talking about grubby items either.  In fact, a lot of the items we receive are un-used and/or brand new in original packaging and some with price tag in tact!  

So expect to find brand new or like-new children's goods (toys, books, games, puzzles, etc), homeware, decorative items, gifts, bath & body, kitchen-goods and more!  100% of the proceeds will go directly towards our work with children and youth in Singapore.

Everyone's welcome and if you are coming with kids they're more than welcome to hang out in our child's play area - stocked full with games, dolls, LEGOs, etc.

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Date:  15th September 2018, Saturday

Time:  2PM to 5PM

Venue:  315 Outram Road, #08-06A Tan Boon Liat Building

Click here to visit our Official Event Page

DHL, Living Responsibility with Blessings in a Bag

A lovely team from DHL reached out to us to organise a group activity in which their Human Resources team could contribute meaningfully towards our Beyond Awesome program in some way.  We organised a Sort + Prep activity with the team which is a very popular way to take some time out during your day to serve alongside your co-workers!  

For DHL,  “Living Responsibility” is their motto, with a focus on environmental protection (GoGreen), disaster management (GoHelp) and education (GoTeach) and support employee volunteerism (Global Volunteer Day, Living Responsibility Fund) 

We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to Hui Boon and Doreen for co-ordinating their team's visit to our space!

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From the minute the team arrived, we knew their hearts were in a good place and that they had an attitude ready to serve with joy!  They asked meaningful questions after we shared about our work in Singapore.  They shared how they'd like to contribute, voting on which activities they'd like to participate in.  And instead of simply doing their tasks for the afternoon...they lived out service and did more than the bare minimum.

For instance, the kitchen team helped to create a better environment for our kids to grab snacks and drinks of water from.  Instead of simply wiping down the counters, these teams were so meticulous and thoughtful in their tasks that they decided to re-organise items in such a neat way that it has impacted the efficiency in which our own teams serve children snacks each week ever since they left!  They were the Mary Poppins of the day!  

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The library team curated a wonderful selection of books to celebrate Singapore's National Day and went a step further to hand-craft signs to celebrate the special day as well as make our libraries more enjoyable for kids to hang out, grab a book and read.

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The craft and decor team worked so hard to create a welcoming vibe to our space - with a hand-crafted door sign along!  It's still up to this day!

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We had other members of the team who helped out with cleaning of our space which is always needed as we welcome large groups of kids and volunteers every week!

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And most wonderful of all, the DHL team supported us by creating a new hang out space for our older students (12 and up!).  

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DHL presented us with their very own sand-art kit to share with kids in our program at upcoming sessions along with a donation of SGD 200 which will support the work we do every week through Beyond Awesome.

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It was truly such a wonderful session that Emily was almost moved to tears when we did the final reveal at the end of the session!

Because our program relies on the generosity of the community, we are incredibly appreciative of the many hearts and hands that come together to do what they can, give what they can and serve however they're able to.  To learn more on how your team at work or school can contribute meaningfully, click here for our group volunteering opportunities.

Thank you, DHL! We hope many other teams are inspired by your acts of service and giving.  

 

Blessings Drop: Jakarta and Sentul, Indonesia

We were first contacted by a young student, Dominic, who was writing in on behalf of his Youth Expedition Project team to share that they would be heading to Indonesia to work together with some local schools and children's homes.  Dominic reached out to request for certain materials and items that we had extra off such as art supplies, painting material, school supplies and more.

Thanks to your generous support in dropping off items, we are able to continue resourcing other social impact, community initiatives and ground-up teams working in Singapore or across the region.  If you're interested to see what items we are currently resourcing/collecting, please CLICK HERE.

If you're a group, ground up initiative or community impact organisation that is in need of resources, please connect with us and we'll see if we have the items you need!

Here are some photos that Dominic shared upon arrival back home in Singapore with his team members.

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Shop for Good - September 2nd 2018!

We're excited to present our 'Jumble Sale' which curates all of the items that are either unsuitable or surplus goods that we would normally present to communities we work with locally. 

This is our way of preventing more waste ending up in landfills or the incinerator.  In a world that thrives off fast fashion, constant 'season sales' and the dopamine-like-high we can get when we shop online, we're here to prevent more items from ending up down the chute.  

We're not talking about grubby items either.  In fact, a lot of the items we receive are un-used and/or brand new in original packaging and some with price tag in tact!  

So expect to find brand new or like-new children's goods (toys, books, games, puzzles, etc), homeware, decorative items, gifts, bath & body, kitchen-goods and more!  100% of the proceeds will go directly towards our work with children and youth in Singapore.

Everyone's welcome and if you are coming with kids they're more than welcome to hang out in our child's play area - stocked full with games, dolls, LEGOs, etc.

Click here to visit our Official Event Page

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Salesforce brings their Ohana Spirit to our Beyond Awesome Homebase!

Last month, we were joined by an incredible team from Salesforce who contributed their time, energy and heart for the community through a group volunteering opportunity that would directly impact children and youth we outreach to in Singapore through our Beyond Awesome Program.  Salesforce is our first corporate group we've accepted through our recent addition of creating group and corporate volunteering opportunities for the Singapore community.

Because our program relies on the generosity of the community, we are incredibly appreciative of the many hearts and hands that come together to do what they can, give what they can and serve however they're able to.  To learn more on how your team at work or school can contribute meaningfully, click here for our group volunteering opportunities.

We offer 'Sort + Prep' service opportunities to groups of volunteers because there's just so much to be done - all the time!  It also is felt immediately by youth who are part of our program and use the space on a weekly basis.  

We're grateful to the support and contributions of the Salesforce Team(s) that stepped forward, this particular group contributed SGD $700 towards our Beyond Awesome program which will directly impact some of the meaningful programming and classroom sessions that we have in the pipeline!

Each time we host a group in our space, there's plenty of different activities and ways to support; organising our library, packing kids prizes, cleaning up the kitchen/pantry area, re-organising shelving, making our play are a meaningful space that's inspiring, prepping wall decor and classroom material - lots more!

Here are some photos from our meaningful time together!

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Thank you, Salesforce!  We hope many other teams are inspired by your acts of service and giving.  

Yoga for a Change with Laura Zac

Over the last few months, a friend to the organisation, Laura, reached out to share that she'd like to combine her passion for all things yoga with doing good in the community.  This sparked her passion project:  Yoga for a Change.

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How it worked was Laura would put out a call to her friends and yoga-loving network to share that she was leading pay-it-forward yoga sessions under the Singapore stars in partnership with Outta Hatha Yoga and Yoga in Community Singapore.  

After work, Laura would welcome individuals to join her in her yoga practice and charged $20 per drop-in, of which 100% of the proceeds were given to benefit our Beyond Awesome micro-fundraising campaigns.

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Thanks to the wider community who supported Laura's vision of combining back bends and deep breaths with doing something meaningful, they managed to fund-raise SGD$545 of which proceeds went to benefit under-served children and youth in Singapore in need of movement and outdoor activities.   Surplus amounts were given towards our outstanding campaigns such as Beyond Awesome Classroom resources (ensuring students are equipped with the resources and the right environment each time they step into our space) as well as resourcing our program with access to fresh, nutritious fruit to distribute amongst our students and giving them access to explore more of Singapore!

We'd love to thank Laura for all her hard work, her commitment to making a difference and her support for our program.  We hope that this will inspire others reading this to do what they can, with what they have, where they are. 

If you'd like to keep updated on upcoming Yoga for a Change events and on-goings be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram!

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Some ideas to get you dreaming of ways you can take meaningful action:  Leading a series of workshops or classes, organising a group of friends/co-workers to volunteer directly with the program, holding a garage sale or selling un-needed items on carousell, requesting your friends and family to donate to one of our fundraising pages in order to celebrate a milestone (birthday, anniversary, etc), participating in a run and encouraging your friends to donate for every kilometre you complete - we're sure you can think of loads more!

Other ways you can contribute...

Interested to volunteer? https://www.giving.sg/manage-volunteers?orgId=3179208

Join our community of WorldChangeAgents serving through our Beyond Awesome program *click* 

Interested to contribute any amount from anywhere in the world?  *click*

 

Meet your WorldChangeAgent, Joelle!

Our community of #WorldChangeAgents (volunteers) are off on so many adventures through our Beyond Awesome program.  We wanted to take some time to introduce you to some of our favourite faces - well loved by youth in our program as well as those who serve alongside!  Scroll to the very bottom to see how you can get involved/contribute!

Introducing...Joelle! 

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When I'm not volunteering at Beyond Awesome I...:  Am helping people to become the best versions of themselves, at work. I’m in HR meaning I look after all things people in my organisation. I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to meet and connect with lots of inspiring leaders around my business to help them achieve their goals through their teams. I’m a strong believer that people truly make the difference in work and I’m here to guide and enable this. 

Three words I would use to describe myself:  Emphasiser, Coach and Believer!

One fun-fact that you may not know about me:  I’m an avid crossfitter! I wake up at 5:30 every morning to get my exercise in, it helps me to get in the right mindset for the day. 

How did you find out about our Beyond Awesome program?  I was looking for the right volunteer opportunity after trying out a few things in Singapore. I came across Beyond Awesome on the GIVING.SG Platform and I was drawn to the 6 month commitment. It highlighted to me that this organisation really pays attention to the quality of the volunteers; and the well being of the children. 

How often do you serve with our program?  I stick to the commitment of 2 times a month, but I will do my best to commit a few more hours wherever I can. I am also on the Advisory Board so I enjoy connecting with Emily every month to talk about the future of Beyond Awesome and what can be done to enhance the programme further; for the kids and volunteers alike.

 Joelle, leading a group of excited children and youth on a JalanJalan (field trip) to Madame Tussauds, Sentosa, Singapore!

Joelle, leading a group of excited children and youth on a JalanJalan (field trip) to Madame Tussauds, Sentosa, Singapore!

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Photo by Mithun Rajput

What do you love about the program/WCA Community?  It’s a community of passionate people who put a lot of time and effort into making the programme as best it can be. Often, we push ourselves outside our comfort zone to do things they wouldn't normally for the sake of the programme and the kids. It's such an incredible experience!

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How are you adding value to the program?  I feel like I add value by showing up and truly engaging with the kids at the sessions - they can learn a lot in a short space of time and you would be surprised the impact this can make. I also have the rare opportunity to be on the advisory board, so I can contribute my ideas on how the organisation can continuously improve itself.

What have your experiences been like with the program?  I've had a fantastic experience so far, it is a wonderful community of people who are working towards the same goals.

What is the most rewarding aspect of being involved with our Beyond Awesome program?  Seeing the kids engaged and learning new things. It’s an incredible feeling knowing that you are helping them to reach their potential. They are growing month by month and it’s rewarding being part of this progression. 

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Photo by Mithun Rajput

Can you share your favourite session or moment that has stayed with you from being with our program?  When we did an art walk around Tiong Bahru. One of the kids, who was only 5, was so inspired by the art work on the wall that he requested to go back to draw it. He did and told us that he was going to take it back for his mum.

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Photo by Kristin Kaplan

Think back on all your time journeying with the students…can you think of one specific interaction you’ve had with a child that has just stayed with you?  When I managed to teach one of the kids to tie a knot. Although it was a small action, it was an awesome experience to go through the learning journey and celebrate the success at the end of it. 

What tips do you have for new WorldChangeAgents jumping onboard?  Keep an open mind, and stay resilient - remembering that your presence at each session is so valued by the children and the volunteers that it makes it all worthwhile!

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Photo by Siti Syarah

What would you say to someone who is considering volunteering with the program?  Join us! Volunteering is such an enriching experience, you will learn new things about yourself, grow as an individual and impact others positively along the way. 

What do you love most about being able to give back to communities in Singapore?  Singapore is Home to me, I believe that it has so much opportunity and growth ahead as an economy. I feel by contributing to Beyond Awesome - supporting and empowering the kids, this is a way for us to develop the future leaders of Singapore.

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Photo by Mithun Rajput

 

Interested to volunteer? https://www.giving.sg/manage-volunteers?orgId=3179208

Join our community of WorldChangeAgents serving through our Beyond Awesome program *click* 

Interested to contribute any amount from anywhere in the world?  *click*

WCA Hangout - Wet and Wild

Once a month, our WCA Community meets up for fun experiences or opportunities for self development and growth.  It's a great way to connect with one another outside the responsibilities of mentoring and working alongside under-resourced children and youth and we love seeing so many friendships blossom and bloom from these sessions!  If you've served through our program as a WorldChangeAgent before or are currently serving, please look out for upcoming WCA Hangouts by CLICKING HERE.

WCA Words by Adam Gollifer

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It was an early start on Saturday morning, meeting at the Marina. Always great to see these awesome people out of the volunteering context where we have little chance to really connect when we're chasing around younger kids! Spirits were high as we loaded up the boat. We took a short ride out to sea near some near by Islands, with Mr Wizza bringing up the rear on a jet ski (Very cool!). 

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Upon anchoring the boat we inflated the raft and a few inflatable rings. This was a challenge in itself with a hand pump! Because the electrical pumps were having some problems! Everyone handled it with a giggle and we were done in no time. 

It was now time for the rides to begin! 2 by 2 we jumped on the inflatable and were  dragged relentlessly behind Wizza on his jet ski. So much fun!! Ai (Kristin's friend) overcame her fear of the sea and had the ride of her life. She even jumped on the jet ski for a while! 

Between the rides a few of us were laying out on the raft relaxing and getting very sun burnt. Overcast does not mean no need for sun screen!! 

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After the rides we settled into the boat for a few drinks, some food and a couple games. Sharing stories about our experiences and challenges in the program. 

All in all it was such a great day and super fun to catch up with the crew outside of the space. We always come away from these gatherings closer as a group, recharged with passion and ready for anything the kids have to throw at us! 

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Interested to volunteer? https://www.giving.sg/manage-volunteers?orgId=3179208

Join our community of WorldChangeAgents serving through our Beyond Awesome program *click*

 

Thank you to Water Rampage Asia for providing jet-skis, boat and raft equipment!  We couldn't have had so much fun on the water without you.