FUND ART JAM!

Hey y’all,

Sorry for the lack of updates as everyone is just so busy with their lives and career. Nevertheless we haven’t stopped our overseas charity activities and this year we will be revisiting Chiangrai.

Hence this Fund Art Jam event which will be happening this Sept 16th. If you like to have your own masterpiece in your house or office or even as a gift, and yet still can do charity at the same time, please enrol yourself and your friends to have some fun and take your mind off the stressful world. Details as follows:

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Saturday, 16 September 2017
Textile Centre #09-03, 200 Jln Sultan, 199018
12pm – 3pm
$50 per Drawing Participant (kids should be accompanied by an adult)
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Keen participants please click here to register: http://goo.gl/UZDNsX

For further enquiries, please do not hesitate to email us at cggsingapore@gmail.com.

Hope to see you guys there!

 

Big Roy

Care Givers Group

FUND BAKE 2014

Friends of Care Givers Group,

Every year we have a fund raising event to help raise a little fund to help us reach out to more poor children for our charity trips to somewhere in Asia. But the main purpose is to actually keep in touch with our friends, relatives and colleagues who have been supporting us for our projects since we started CGG in March 2009. We find such activities very meaningful amidst our busy lives and also to help those who are new to us understand our work better.

Fund Bake 2014 is back again for the 3rd time after previous 2 successful attempts and this year we will be holding the event in a proper baking school with proper baking facilities at Bakerz@Work! So what’s on the menu? Check out the details below:

Fund Bake 2014 – Learn to bake a Rainbow Cake!

This is a program with hands on and demo. We will be embarking on a journey to do 5 layers of different coloured moist butter cake and smother over with cream cheese buttercream, topped with yummy cheese frosting! Yes, you get to bring home what you made on that day! (Base on pairing basis)

Date: 30th November 2014, Sunday

Time: 2pm to 5.30pm

Venue: Bakerz@Work

Address: 605, Macpherson Road, #01-18 Citymac Industrial Complex, Singapore 368239 (Taiseng MRT station is just 3 mins walk away)

Fees: $75 nett per pax ($10 will go to our fund for helping needy children in Asia, balance is for the coaching and materials from the baking school). Children are allowed under close supervision of their parents only at same price. Payable at the door. Extra donations are definitely welcomed! 😉

Registration Online: http://goo.gl/DKZBzp (Maximum 20 pax only. While space last! )

Enquiry: cggsingapore@gmail.com

Rainbow Cake

So hurry register your interest before all the spaces are snapped up!

With gratitude,

Care Givers Group Committee

All Booked!

Hey guys!
All our flight tickets, lodging and transportation are booked for this year’s trip to Chiang Rai! Total expenses per pax excluding food and shopping is around S$760 and all are paid for by our own members, just to be part of something meaningful that CGG is committed to do annually.

This year so far we have only 9 participants as most of our regular members have their own commitments. However I have a couple of friends from Chiang Rai itself whom will be joining us there. Nevertheless, it’s gonna be a fruitful trip and we are so looking forward to it. Will be meeting up sometime next week to work on the programs while we are there. Just waiting for our friends to get back on the wish list and demographics of the kids there to better cater to them.

At the same time, we will be having another fund raiser event this year sometime end Nov. Yes it is our popular Fund Bake event again and this year we will be holding it in a proper baking environment, and learning from an artisan baker with many years of experience! We shall reveal the item that we’ll be learning to bake once the venue is confirmed! Looking forward to everyone’s support on this!

Alrighty gonna run, stay tuned to more updates sometime this weekend!

God bless,
Big Roy