project happy feet slipper race 2016


Project Happy Feet Slipper Race is back – this time with a twist! This year, Project Happy Feet Slipper Race 2016 is organised by Soule, a social enterprise...

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Notice of Postponement

We are sorry that the Project Happy Feet Slipper Race and Chefs For A Cause 2015 events, scheduled to take place on 14 November at Sentosa, will be postponed till...

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Crimson Resort Slipper Race Raises PHP260,000

PHF Director of Communications Terence Quek presenting a mock cheque to representatives of Bantay Bata 163 together with Crimson Resort & Spa Mactan’s...

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Sharing More About PHF With Volunteers

Project Happy Feet organised an ‘Open House’ on 4 July 2015 to share more about the organisation and its work with volunteers who had previously been...

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Singer-songwriter Kenny Khoo moved to sing

Chefs for a Cause 2014 was special not only to the 13 notable chefs who whipped up more than 35 gastronomic creations, or the volunteers who organised it, or the...

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Chefs for a Cause on Power98

Listeners of Power98 FM got their appetites whetted tuning in to Power DJ Elliott Danker’s lunchtime segment on 14 August 2014. Power98 DJ Elliott Danker with...

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Chefs for a Cause is back!

Project Happy Feet’s Chefs For A Cause returns! This 2014 edition will see 13 notable chefs whip up a culinary feast to fundraise in support of education of...

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Sony Xperia save more than goals

At the recent Sony Soccer Clinic, more than goals were saved. The one-day event held exclusively for Sony Xperia fans at Suntec Convention Hall on 1 June 2014 guest-starred...

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Second Resort Edition Slipper Race raises Php280,000

The second Slipper Race – Resort Edition organised by Crimson Resort & Spa Mactan in Cebu, Philippines drew some 300 people and raised in excess of Php280,000...

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Her Story – Help Her to Fulfil Her Dream

15-year-old Shafiqah had difficulty understanding simple instructions and was unable to do work independently when she was studying in a mainstream primary school....

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