With your support we raised $1000.00 to donate to two very worthy children's charities here in Singapore. Thank you to all of you who attended our Nature Play with Christmas sessions on 19th and 20th December. A lot of fun was had by all and your support made this donation possible.
We managed to create our own bucket full of Christmas spirit with the ever popular face painting, visits with virtual Santa, safely distanced hot chocolate with a Christmas story, Christmas crafts were a big hit with rattan wreath making and wooden disc ornaments. Our charity plant sale raised a few more dollars for the children.
We listened to the wonderful conversations the children had with Santa as they made their wishes this Christmas and told Santa all their stories. The beautiful sunny weather saw our space filled with play and laughter as we ended our year.
The first charity to receive a donation was Milk, an acronym for Mainly I love Kids. Milk's mission is to fill the gaps between social services and voluntary welfare organisations to help every child, regardless of disability, illness or circumstance to develop into contributing members of society.
The second charity to receive a donation was Club Rainbow. Club Rainbow supports and empowers children with chronic illnesses and their families by providing compassionate relevant services in their journey towards an enriching life.
It was a wonderful way to end the year and we are privileged to be able to make this small donation on your behalf to benefit these children and help them to lead fulfilling lives and achieve their potential and dreams.
Claire is an environmental scientist by training and an environmental sustainability consultant and educator by trade (aside from being a busy mum to two young (and sometimes wild) children). Claire enjoyed a very outdoorsy childhood collecting acorns, making daisy chains and sifting dirt to get the perfect pile. Once upon a time Claire was an enthusiastic ultimate frisbee player and recently taught pre-school sports classes. Claire is on a mission to help City kids experience a wilder childhood through the Forest School approach to learning and founded Wildlings offering outdoor activities for children and families in Singapore to do this.