Cancer can strike anyone, at any age. At Arc Children’s Centre, the staff strives to serve children between the ages of 3 to 16 years, who are diagnosed with cancer or other life-threatening illnesses, regardless of religion, race, or language. And at its recent luncheon-fundraiser held at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, young patients from all backgrounds had a good time as they participated in delightful musical acts for more than 200 guests in attendance, including guest-of-honour, Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing.
LadiesFirst (a women-for-women social group that aims to give back and act as a catalyst for positive changes in society formed by Pek Lay Peng), contributed $100,000 to add to the final total of $650,000 that will go towards programme funding for education, enrichment, meals, transport, healthcare and environment for the children’s well-being.
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Click on the images below to see who was in attendance at the meaningful luncheon.