2013 – PHFSR Singapore

PHFSR13 a success!

Singapore’s only non-competitive walk in slippers returned to East Coast Park, Singapore for a third installation on Saturday 31 August 2013 to fundraise for the...

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Contact Southeast (Jul/Aug 2013)

Project Happy Feet would like to thank South East Community Development Council for carrying a full page advertisement of Project Happy Feet Slipper Race in their...

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LollyTalk’s sweet appeal for PHFSR

Singapore’s homegrown candy maker LollyTalk has hopped onto the sweet bandwagon of going the distance to support Project Happy Feet by coming up with the first-ever...

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Food Artist goes the distance for PHFSR

Online Food Artist Samantha Lee was so inspired by the cause of Project Happy Feet, she created a dish just to support the upcoming Project Happy Feet Slipper Race...

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Do The Move!

Do the Move! That’s what volunteers behind the Project Happy Feet’s first-ever social media campaign using music and dance are asking people around the...

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Stepping Up support for Slipper Race 2013

Corporate and community organisations stepped up their support for the 3rd edition of Project Happy Feet Slipper Race in Singapore, collectively raising in excess...

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Why This Life Cambodia?

20% of funds raised from Project Happy Feet Slipper Race 2013 will go towards supporting This Life Cambodia‘s Lower Secondary School Development Programme. So...

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Tshirts that ‘Goh’ the distance

It started out as a memento t-shirt for Temasek Polytechnic lecturer, Mr Goh Hock Quee, designed and produced by his students as the school semester came to a close....

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Registration opens for PHFSR’13

Registration is now open for Project Happy Feet Slipper Race Singapore 2013, which will take place on 31 August 2013 at Singapore’s East Coast Park. The non-competitive...

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Serving Happiness

“Hands up all of you who would like your life to flourish!” That was one of the many instructions and questions posed by Lenny Ravich, a 77-year-old...

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