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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Insight Into IC2 Prephouse

Rae Moller focuses on one of ANZA Action's smaller charities who will benefit from this month's Hilarity for Charity event.

Art Therapy for Kids

ANZA ACTION’S Suzanna Pomeroy talks to Children’s Aid Society about how art benefits vulnerable children and youth at Melrose Home, and how ANZA Stitches has supported this important work.

Migrant Worker Donation Drive

ANZA Action has been hard at work, collecting toiletries and other items in  a donation drive for ItsRainingRaincoats (IRR), a charity founded in 2015 by Dipa Swaminathan to improve the lives of some 300,000 migrant workers in Singapore.
ANZA Community Cruise combining island hopping & volunteer work in Thailand

Community Cruise Control

Combine the thrill of island hopping around the Phi Phi Islands with volunteering work this June on the ANZA Community Cruise.

Family Volunteering in Singapore

Cycling Without Age volunteer Dorothy Teo talks to us about how piloting a trishaw has helped her to focus on the people that are most important to her, and how volunteering with her daughters has taught them new skills and the importance of community service.

Volunteer with ANZA Action

Want to give back to the Singapore community? Louise Jones from ANZA Action outlines the group’s activities.
ANZA Action New2U Thrift Shop, charity in Sinagpore

Feeling Thrifty

ANZA ACTION: Rae Moller is looking for volunteers for the NEW2U thrift shop; can you spare some time?

Get Involved with the Singapore Salvos!

Virginia Soh and Antonia Marran have volunteered for The Salvation Army Food Ration Programme for over 10 years. Suzanna Pomeroy talks to them about how much they’ve learnt about the Singapore community through this rewarding volunteering activity.

ANZA Action supports Earth Day

Join the green team at ANZA Action as they take on an Earth Month of environmental activities in Singapore.
ANZA Action TWC2 helping migrant workers in Singapore

Relief For Workers

ANZA ACTION: Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) promotes fair treatment for migrant workers. Debbie Fordyce tells their story.