Gary Liang, Thank you for showing me around today. I’m deeply impressed by the well managed facilities in Angsana and also your determination/passion to assist the residents not forgetting the motivation you have to return their abilities to sync with our society. Thank you for being the Nightingale ! My best wishes to you and your team! Hooyah!
Loneliness is Madam Chua’s past time as both her children are serving time in the prison. After a referral that her old TV had broken down, Madam Chua 72 years old whom is unemployed was depressed as watching tv was her only past time while waiting for her sons to be released. A kind soul donated a 32″ TV to Shun Zhou Foundation(SZF) and we present the gift of love to Madam Chua. Just in time for this long weekend!
Our philanthropy arm Shun Zhou Foundation rice distribution for Project Rice in June has reached out to Singapore’s multiracial and multi religion society, feeding the hungry with warmth and love. SZF aims to provide the less with the best we can.
Below are some of the beneficiaries for Project Rice June 2017.
Catholic Welfare Service Center
Gift Of Love
Jamiya Home for The Aged
St. Joseph Home
Sunshine Welfare Action Mission ( SWAMI)
Shun Zhou’s philanthropic arm, Shun Zhou Foundation has completed another round of benevolent activities reaching out to those needy with mobility difficulties by delivering free wheelchairs to them. The free wheelchairs help them to get out of isolation, to move around easier so that they can mingle with their neighbours and seek medical treatments more conveniently because most of them stay alone in rented government housing. Our free wheelchair project also help to lighten their financial burdens as most of them are unable to work.
We know the current economic situation is challenging but it will not stop us from scattering our love.
Hope is here! Our arrival of another 80 new wheelchairs and 1000pcs of walking sticks are here for needy, giving them hope and lighten their burden thus encouraging those that have difficulty leaving their door steps to come out and play. The air outside is really different. We wish our little gesture will be able to bring happiness and hope!
Wheelchairs and walking sticks donations to The Singapore Buddhist Lodge, one of Singapore’s oldest welfare organization that serves free meals everyday and provides welfare aid to the homeless and the poor regardless of race or religion. Responding at its request yesterday we delivered our wheelchairs and walking sticks for those folks that require this morning. Chinese New Year is around the corner so we are really rushing for time reaching out to our community aiding them in ushering the Year of the Monkey!
Shun Zhou’s volunteers had a very wonderful and fruitful morning today as more than twenty of us distributed more than 200 walking sticks and several wheelchairs to many elderly in this morning’s Project Tongkat, in conjunction with Chay Sian Thong Temple’s annual Ang Pow distribution to elderly whom badly requires public assistance. Many of the elderly were familiar faces whom we have seen for many years. It was especially meaningful for us as we were able to contribute our little gesture that ignited many smiles and enable many that have problems walking be able to make use of our wheelchairs and walking sticks to walk and live their lives normally again.
Once again we thank our very own Shun Zhou Angels for their time and sacrifices on an early Sunday morning to make this event a success!
While many households in Singapore are preparing for their Chinese New Year celebration, Shun Zhou Group partners with Singapore Cancer Society for the first time in reaching out to low income cancer patients in Singapore providing goodie bags that contains Chinese New Year goodies, health products and also ANG POW(Red Packet) to hand deliver to 100 patients and interacting with them at the same time to cheer them on with encouragements to overcome their fear to fight against cancer.
Concurrently another of our team is preparing for our next round of Project Tongkat this coming Sunday 17th January 2016.
Merits to Singapore Cancer Society and the volunteers from Shun Zhou Group.
Our Project Wheelchair contributed 10 new wheelchairs to our local community center for their “Share A Wheelchair Program” to reach out and benefit needy residents whom have both mobility and financial difficulties to enhance their mobility without weighing further on their financial burdens.
Helping People To Walk Out From Isolation
Project Tongkat will distribute walking sticks for free to the people that do not have the means to afford them or are using old walking sticks that are damaged/repaired and this project will enable the users and encourage them to walk again and also reduce the risk of falling down.
New glimpse of hope, new glimpse of Life!
Project Saathi was initiated the moment we learnt that Nepal was struck with one of the worst earthquake in history causing more than 10,000 deaths and millions homeless. More than 1300 thick blankets, 700 towels and medicine and 1000pcs of zinc roofing sheets and nails were consolidated, ready to be sent to Nepal to help the people and rebuild their homes. For 3 days our staff volunteered and we packed our Love into those cartons boxes and send our Love to the people of Nepal to let know that they’re not forsaken.
We now have more than 11pallets of relief aid to be send over by Air and Sea. Nepali, Stay strong our love is on their way!
Shun Zhou Group is very fortunate to be one of the major sponsor this year for Apex 850, a fund raising activity put together by 29 cyclists that will ride from Singapore to Penang to raise funds the the dementia patients.
As most of us are preparing to celebrate Chinese New Year, We also took this opportunity to share the joy and happiness with the folks in The Apex Harmony Lodge(AHL) with our presence and at the same time presenting them Hong Bao (Red Packets) to wish them the best of health.
Shun Zhou Group receiving appreciation from His Excellency Tony Tan, President Republic of Singapore.
Donating rice to the Homes and the less privilege has been our practice for many years and this year we have contributed no less than 30 tons of white rice besides other necessities. Like how the word “米” (rice) the cross in the middle symbolizes humanity and the 4 little strokes represent rice given out to the 4 corners of the world.
Many victims of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban are still homeless and do not even have shelters over their heads and have little food in their stomachs since the Category 5 typhoon attacked in November 2013. As little as we can do, Shun Zhou Group is sending 1000pcs of zinc roofing sheets for them to build shelters for the old folks and the children as these victims are the most vulnerable.