200 underprivileged children were treated to a sumptuous lunch on 16 December 2012 at the Fullerton Hotel.
“Filled With Love @ Fullerton” was made possible because of volunteers from Project Happy Feet, strong support from Mainly I Love Kids, and sponsorship from Fullerton Hotel and contributions from its staff.
20 students from Vietnam’s KOTO who were sponsored to visit Singapore made the event their week-long trip’s highlight and used their culinary and service skills to make each child feel like a VIP.
About 60 volunteers turned-up at the event to help out in many ways – from ushering and minding the kids, to face painting and making balloon sculptures, to serving meals. Even Singapore’s very own ‘Catwoman’ veteran marathoner Mdm Jenap Said turned up in a festive red dress to add more cheer to the event. A group of photographers called “Help Portrait” also came to give each child a photo-portrait for their own keepsake.
Highlights from “Filled With Love @ Fullerton”
Project Happy Feet would like to thank Fullerton Hotel for sponsoring the event, and Mainly I Love Kids for helping to invite the 200 children, all volunteers of PHF and students from KOTO for helping to make the event a success.